Steptoe and Hancock writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson's selection of comedy one-offs
The original 1962 script that sparked the triumphant 'Steptoe and Son'. From January 1999.
The marital problems of two couples unravel on a golf course in Alan Ayckbourn's play.
Nick Utechin presents a selection of the detective's tales including The Red-Headed League
Omnibus. A drama about an Edinburgh family breaking up during their daughter's gap year.
Roger Deakin presents a tour of his garden with its moat and animal friends.
Highlights from Garrison Keillor's old-style variety show, originally broadcast in the US
How was a woman shot at, knocked unconscious and left for dead in a locked room?
Adaptation of the classic novel by Gaston Leroux
Recorded in 1967, the Irish writer's interpretation of Aesop's fable, published in 1912.
George Bernard Shaw's story of love, war, deception and honour - set in 1885 Bulgaria.
The life of a vicar's wife is turned upside down by a young poet. With Hannah Gordon.
People from different generations discuss how approaches in a certain field have changed
Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas
Michael Jayston reads Geoffrey Household's sequel to the acclaimed Rogue Male
Geoffrey Household's spy thriller about the plan to assassinate a European dictator
Will the sins of a prostitute mother be foisted upon her daughter? Classic drama.
Dramatisation of the classic novel set in a Midlands village
Dramatisation of the novel by George Eliot
Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel
George Eliot's classic novel, dramatised by Judith Adams
George Eliot's 19th century classic, starring Michael Fitzgerald and Terry Molloy
Tale of a group of Victorian writers' struggles with integrity and poverty
In 1930s London, would-be poet Gordon Comstock tries hard not to conform.
A proposal goes disastrously wrong for Lord Sheringham in this Regency tale of romance.
Judith Taverner defies brawling Regency London to make her claim on High Society.
A comedy about a dog loving mum, her saint-obsessed daughter and a new doctor.
Naturalist Gerald Durrell's childhood with his eccentric family on the island of Corfu
Oxford don Gervase Fen becomes embroiled in murder at a London film studios
Former lovers Pam and Merv open a cyber section in their Vodka and Veggie cafe
A Christmas visit to their Uncle proves to be a haunting experience for two children
A collection of spooky tales
Tales of encounters with the paranormal
Desmond Olivier Dingle and Raymond Box present the epic struggle of the Suffragettes.
Budleigh Salterton's biggest exporter of idiocy launches himself on an undeserving world
Aunt Susie and Uncle Trevor's trip proved momentous, but didn't go according to plan.
Comedy starring Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam
Tales of people who make their living by some novel and extraordinary means
New literary comedy by Sue Limb parodying the Bloomsbury group
A music-loving retired lecturer rekindles a childhood sweetheart in his imagination.
Corporal David MacNeill attempts to become an officer as World War II draws to a close.
Celebrated cavalry officer, Harry Flashman is caught with his trousers down
Marcella Evaristi's sly take on contemporary parenting
The eventful career and turbulent life of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
Sitcom by Arthur Mathews, set in the BBC during the 1930s
Following a misdiagnosis, Adrienne must confront some unexpected issues.
Award-winning comedy from Sanjeev Bhaskar, Kulvinder Ghir, Meera Syal and Nina Wadia
4 Extra Premiere. A re-recording of an original script for the 50th Goon Anniversary.
Classic material from one of the all-time radio comedy greats
Three original gothic dramas by Lucy Catherine, Rebecca Lenkiewicz and Nancy Harris.
The heroes of the 1880 Seaham Colliery explosion in Durham. Based on real-life events.
4 Extra Debut. Kate Williams investigates the legacy of Samuel Smiles' 1859 book Self Help
Murray Walker explores the most democratic of motor sports - lawnmower racing.
F Scott Fitzgerald tells his editor about his hopes and fears for his new novel.
Series in which guests discuss the people and ideas that inspired them
Matthew Parris presents the biographical series
Dirk Bogarde reads extracts from his book of childhood reminiscences
The real Jan Ravens presents her archive choice of impressionist comedy.
Jan Ravens' archive choices include Mike Yarwood, The Impressionists and Dead Ringers.
Two comedians, one internet expert and one scientist attempt to solve intractable problems
Comic tales inspired by poorly punctuated shop signs
Greg McHugh presents some of the best stand up talent to perform at the Glasgow venue.
Greg McHugh, star of Fresh Meat, introduces some of his favourite Scottish comedy.
Liza Ross and Michael Williams read from Robin Marantz Henig's biography
Wally K Daly's portrait of the mad monk and his evil influence on the Russian Royal family
The daughter of the most famous cigar-smoker in film history shares some intimate epistles
Clive Anderson hosts the comedy panel show fancying itself as an intelligent quiz.
A mockumentary in which pedantic reporter Gus Murdoch examines aspects of British culture
John Hurt narrates Flaubert's infamous novel
Comedian Guy Browning provides practical advice on life's challenges
Plumber Maggie lives in a small village. One day a stranger arrives and changes her life.