2/3 Mel discovers some uncomfortable truths about herself and her past.
Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan's personal heroes starts with a tribute to his father.
2/4 Inspector Adam Dalgliesh arrives in a quiet village to investigate a housemaid's murder.
Jocelyn Pook celebrates the music and meaning of the word Hallelujah through history.
2/5 After following the White Rabbit, and an impromptu swim, Alice finds herself drenched.
27/30 Radio seemed like magic to begin with, then the Nazis exploited its darker powers.
12/20 Mill owner Mr Carson is unsympathetic to his workers' plight and their demands.
2/5 Pasternak begins an affair with Olga Ivinskaya, which proves a dangerous move.
1/2 Apsley Cherry-Garrard sets out on a treacherous polar expedition with Captain Scott.
2/6 The debating game with Tony Hawks, Simon Fanshawe, Stuart Maconie and Steve Punt.
2/4 William pledges to protect his sister from the philandering Lord Byro.
1/6 Peter and Sam receive a chilly warning about an imminent danger to their pensions.
2/6 Ginny Fox and DH Lollipop desperately seek literary acclamation for their latest work.
3/4 With a growing list of murder suspects, the inspector uncovers fresh leads.
Historian Tristram Hunt delves into the biggest money counterfeiting operation in history.
6/6 A black pudding maker must deal with the consequences of some unexpected ingredients.
1/6 Tom and his dad fret about some potentially uncomfortable brushes with the law.
Troutbridge TV's new naval show is set to film a minesweeper sailing to the breakers yard.
2/13 Truthful army recruitment, and Professor Prune's travels in his trousers.
5/13 Ned Sherrin chairs the music quiz with Philip Robinson, Catherine Wills and John Tracey.
2/6 An Englishman visits and Ludovico hopes he might help him out of his cash crisis.
2/2 The South Pole is ahead of the expedition. Which four men will Captain Scott send back?
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3/5 Dame Laura decides to bring in her huge canvas and paint the trial from the tiny press box
1/5 A derailment and a VIP arrival expose enmities at Victoria Station, Bridgford.
3/5 How will Alice fair when her curious journey leads to royalty and a cat with a wide smile?
28/30 David Hendy considers how music has been used to soothe, cheer, and inspire us.
13/20 Jem's beloved Aunt Alice falls ill, and John Barton's trip ends in tragedy. Stars Roy Hudd
3/5 The Russian-language manuscript of Dr Zhivago arrives at CIA headquarters.
3/3 Racing against time, Mel battles to use music to thwart a crucial government project.
Dominic Arkwright with guests Mary Loudon, Morag Joss and Pip Utton.
4/6 The comic poet considers the concept of superstition via another of his poetic works.
4/6 Johnno is so sick and tired of London that he's even lost his upward inflection.
Tom Wrigglesworth chats again to Elis James about the sitcom 'Josh'.
4/6 Richard Herring examines why we hate the idea of cloning without really understanding it.
5/6 Samuel and McGurk follow a prospector named Mad Pete to hunt for gold.