1/3 Drama-documentary recreating the life and loves of France's most famous king, Louis XIV. (R)
1/3 How the arrival of foreign artists in the 16th century sparked a cultural revolution. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
6/6 Danny Baker dons the mortar board in an archival romp through our education system. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
2/2 Suzannah Lipscomb reveals the killers that lurked in every room of the Edwardian home. (R)
1/3 Suzy Klein studies music as a weapon in the fight for British identity in the 18th century (R)
14/20 Michael Portillo finds out why Gloucester station became known for lost luggage. (R)
Susan Morrison explores an 18th century life in showbiz: rope dancer Signora Violante.
BBC Radio Scotland
The impact of technology and psychology on early 20th-century friendship.
BBC Radio 4
72/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
14/25 Michael Portillo rides one of Scotland's most picturesque railways. (R)
4/4 How the production and selling of milk were revolutionised during the 20th century. (R)
8/10 How governments, fearing unrest at home, set about fomenting revolution among the enemy. (R)
2/2 Rory Stewart tells the story of how Britain was torn in two, into England and Scotland. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
1/3 Henry II forges a mighty empire encompassing England and much of France. (R)
Wednesday 9 April 2014