Playwright Dennis Potter shares his castaway choices with Michael Parkinson.
A worldly priest gets more than he bargained for in the Good Friday confessional.
Clerical confusion reigns when Noote's friend asks him to marry her. From July 1972.
An ad in the local paper lands Richard a job as his father's office boy.
1/6 Beauty Olonga is a carer and a self-appointed inspiration.
A celebration of a classic music hall duo and their immortal gossipy characters.
4/4 Time has run out for the Watsons and Malebron - can Helen help to save Elidor?
4/4 In an emotional climax, both Rusty and her mother decide that their lives have to change.
6/8 A harrowing attack on a child means uncomfortable questions about justice.
Novelist Mavis Cheek examines the birth and development of the Arvon Foundation.
5/8 Will caretaker Ramsay have the head for heights for a dangerous job?
7/8 With Sheila Hancock, Robin Ince, Paul Merton and Graham Norton. Nicholas Parsons hosts.
11/20 On fire-watch with Godfrey, Frazer thinks someone is signalling to the enemy. From 1974.
From a monastic order to international space relations, it's the ultimate one-man show.
4/6 The guest panellists are former poet laureate Sir Andrew Motion and author Sue Limb.
5/6 Marcus tries to grasp the arguments around independence without getting himself a kilt.
1/2 Hapless journalist William Boot is mistakenly sent to report on a war in Africa.
1/3 After being converted to northern soul, David plans to hitchhike to the casino in Wigan.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
6/10 Dale disrupts her father's relationship with Elizabeth. Read by Penelope Wilton.
16/20 A domestic clock reveals the changing relationship Shakespeare's audiences had to time.
6/10 Meena visits a fortune teller who foretells things about her relationship with Anita.
1/5 Recalling a love of swimming, the husband of novelist Iris Murdoch tells his wife's story.
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1/4 A Manchester DJ tries to balance love, work, life and everything without much success.
5/6 Robert decides to save Barbara from biker Andy, so enlists Father Benedict as an avenger.
1/6 By Jonathan Holloway. A bonding week for a University Challenge team goes horribly wrong.
Sarah, Simon and Jenny discuss books by Ellen Gilchrist, Michael Frayn and Anthony Powell.
6/7 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
2/6 The Ministry of Furniture and methodist pirates. Patrick Moore guest stars.