5/10 James tries to pay his way, and Mark reveals a more dangerous side to his character.
15/15 Laurence finds out what current men's fashion says about the state we are in.
5/5 Tim's father appeals to stop the investigations, but Tim may already know too much.
5/5 In 1983, in a maelstrom of controversy, Golding's book earns global recognition.
2/6 Justin Moorhouse, Rob Deering and Tom Allen hit London in Rhod Gilbert's comedy quiz.
4/6 Clare English speaks to Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri, a pioneer of keyhole surgery.
5/5 With a strong case against Ellis, will Brother Cadfael solve the sheriff's murder?
Nicholas Parsons asks why memory gets worse as we age, meeting experts and performers.
2/2 Anna Tellwright's fortune earns her independence, but her joy is marred by shocking news.
3/3 By Shena Mackay. A schoolgirl feels the pull of the stage after a humiliating encounter.
A German archaeologist is drawn into a race to steal Buddhist treasures from the Silk Road
4/6 Unlike the rolling stone, school gossip is virtually guaranteed to gather moss.
5/6 Roy must face up to life after the loss of Leonard, his beloved trombone.
Why did Helen Stoner's sister die in mysterious circumstances on the eve of her wedding?
Russell Davies follows the musical clues through the Sherlock Holmes stories.
John Gielgud and Orson Welles star in the great detective's encounter at Reichenbach Falls
6/6 The Third Test in Pakistan in 2000, when captain Hussain lifted English spirits from doom.
Mark Lawson on the rich history of medical programmes, fact and fiction, on radio and TV.
Featuring The Million Pound Radio Show, Old Harry's Game and Trevor's World of Sport.
Omnibus edition. A dying woman writes her secrets down for a man who is trying to see her.
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5/6 Dan investigates a discovery in the Thames, while Charles Dickens has a royal audience.
1/13 Freshly qualified doctors Sparrow, Evans and Benskin's medical mishaps go on and on.
10/16 Povey decides that the island is an ideal spot to try a prototype - on Pertwee's birthday.
4/6 Arthur and his best pal Barry Cryer lose their tickets for a Hammer Horror convention.
3/4 Now a monster, Gregor strives to stay close to his family, but his father turns on him.
2/4 The boys' hair has grown and their clothes are falling apart since they were marooned.
3/4 The comedian entertains bewildered Bedouins in the desert and ponders a wildlife show.
3/4 The human chameleon's host of comic characters from a chicken shop worker to a honeymooner
4/4 Tina's spiritual home hosts the biggest country music festival outside Nashville.
4/4 Life's everyday journeys, either to work, holiday or just down to the shops.
2/6 The cartoonist claims dinosaurs mastered the 3Rs - reading, writing and riding bicycles.
6/6 A parallel earth is obliterated when Ian inadvertently mucks up global faith.
4/4 Living with his monstrous insect form, Gregor faces the ultimate rejection by his family.
The gentleman sleuth probes the death of the head of a spendthrift aristocratic family.