4/15 Adela makes a decision about her future with Ronny, but fate intervenes.
20/30 Clare Balding is in Belfast to explore the impact the Troubles had on sport in the region.
9/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton befriends the father of one of her pupils.
4/5 Michael Palin shares fond recollections of his sister and the germ of A Fish Called Wanda.
2/6 James Walton chairs. With John Walsh, Lynne Truss, Jane Thynne and Christopher Brookmyre.
Ex-parliamentary standards commissioner Elizabeth Filkin on the novelist George Eliot.
3/6 The Roman sleuth meets old friends of the senator's daughter.
Poet Ian McMillan investigates why poets do not seem to like driving.
Tom follows his true love Sophia to London and receives an invitation to a masked ball.
1/3 A cello and her owner have adventures.
After six months of retirement, tired Harold opens a letter and everything changes.
The school show sparks robust religious debate and a demonstration of true human kindness.
6/6 Prose and sketches about Pam's world of food, from childhood to the present day.
4/6 The Roman sleuth heads to a party thrown by the wealthy and influential Crispus.
John Aiziewood investigates the phenomenon known as 'prog rock'.
4/6 Rosie relaunches Radio Gleam in a bid for older listeners and takes pity on a DJ.
2/4 As Heaven 17 settle down to play one of their songs, Joan Chitty arrives.
2/6 Eric and Ern get the bird from Percy Edwards and Nelson gets a call from Lady Hamilton.
1/6 The author gets obsessed with his wife's sense of smell.
6/6 Three distinguished guests donate fascinating exhibits to a vast imaginary museum.
6/6 The sports agent's vain French football star client throws a party and wishes he hadn't.
1/3 Anne Elliott meets her fiance Fredrick Wentworth again after eight years apart.
Graham Fellows - aka John Shuttleworth - shares his Inheritance Tracks.
2/3 A young boy's dare brings a dreadful discovery.
Dramatisation of poet Roger McGough's iconic, magical tale of love in the 1960s.
Roger McGough reveals who Monika really was.
5/15 A remarkable gesture cements the friendship between Dr Aziz and Cyril Fielding.
21/30 Clare Balding explores the vital role sport has played during both world wars.
10/15 When tragedy strikes pupil Lydia, headmistress Sarah Burton takes action.
5/5 Lots of kissing, the rushes look good, and a career swerve into world travel beckons.
Mel hears from a man who tastes words.
5/6 Patrick is delighted with Alison's new boyfriend, but what about the rest of the family?
2/3 'Ask driver for quotation' van signs and why a misquote is better than a quote.
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3/4 The aspiring MPs use prison-based TV shows as inspiration for their law and order policy.
Arthur smith chats to Tierman Douieb.
2/6 Reformed violent criminal Tony Beckton visits the Mallard Theatre to read from his memoirs
2/6 The sci-fi star probes our destinies.