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Remember the Burkiss Way
Corinne Bailey Rae
A Brief History of Irony
Le Balajo, Paris
An isolated house. The discovery of children's graves. A large number of tagged infants.
Growing Up in the UK
A dangerous web of lies and murder awaits the sleuth when his wife disappears.
A year before she was made a dame, Edith Evans gives a masterclass in stage acting.
Public services, future prisons and his own life story. Terry Scott pokes fun.
Bel Ami is making the perfect match, but his past is about to catch up with him.
Armed idealist Norman and cheerful bore Max are set to ruin the lives of friendly aliens.
The chief mouser to the Cabinet Office, 1973-1987, reflects on life with Margaret Thatcher
Astronomer, xylophonist, pianist and composer Patrick Moore talks about his musical life.
Mort and Carter continue sampling Welsh hospitality, and come across the sex-mad Jones.
Michelle has Meniere's disease. How will the young and vibrant woman cope?
A man recalls his illusive past and ruminates on his diminishing creative powers.
In 1950s Las Vegas, sparks fly as Noel Coward meets his old close friend, Esme Wynne-Tyson
By the Mediterranean sea, Fanny contemplates her future with George.
Rosemary Fell is accomplished and rich, but her vanity is soon exposed.
The sleepy Irish town rumbles into life at plans to demolish the courthouse for a car park
Philip Sweeney visits one of the last great accordion dance halls, Le Balajo in Paris.
Story by writer-performer John Osborne about life, love, friendship and growing older.
Colin Ford discovers how Cameron changed portraiture forever.
How Riis's photographs of the New York slum had an immediate and extraordinary impact.
Novelist Jeanette Winterson considers the Pendle witch trials, 400 years on.
Tony Hawks uses an unusual reference work to explore the world of musical plagiarism.
Alex Bellos visits Japan to discover why Asian cultures seem so much better at maths.
A colourful season of LGBT-themed programming to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality.
From 10pm until midnight every day, The Comedy Club brings you the best in contemporary comedy.
A journey through fascinating ideas based on talks by riveting speakers on the TED stage.
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