London, 1959: Jackie's first night 'working the streets' ends in a ghostly encounter.
4/5 Terry Waite and Steve Hackett talk about the impact of Bach's music for two violins.
4/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a suspicious case of police force bribery.
In the 60s, cinemas opened their doors to the latest music sensations. With Andrew Collins
5/10 As Natalia struggles to come to terms with her grandfather's past, the tiger is hunted.
The life story of the 16th-century mystic poet and one of India's most revered saints.
10/10 1960s Yorkshire: Election Day and Andrea and Philip's wife, Kate, clash.
5/5 Literature, religion and the hurdy-gurdy man. Ian Bostridge concludes his exploration.
A famous Gambian musician comes to London to record with a fading English rock star.
6/6 Three students from the University of Northampton take on their professors.
5/8 Single dad Bryan takes a driving job but finds himself caught up in crime.
6/6 When Queen Victoria comes to visit, Jason unwittingly changes the course of history.
4/6 Graham Linehan, Isy Suttie and Holly Walsh compete to give the best in wrong answers.
1/7 Wealthy solicitor Soames Forsyte wonders why his wife Irene wants separate bedrooms.
2/6 Comedian Tony Hawks takes a tour of Ireland - minus the fridge.
Peter Day considers the events and impact of Britain's currency going decimal in 1971.
The adaptors tell all. Including The Day the Balloon Went Up, Put That Light Out and more.
1/6 An affair conducted through messages recorded on cassette sparks problems.
1/6 Reflexology and nudism in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully.
An epic story of sex, money and power in an upper class family across 50 years.
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The celebrated actor chooses 'The Overture to Tannhauser' by Wagner.
Christopher has lived quietly in Cornwall watching bats until his peace is disturbed.
3/5 Held in the world's toughest jail, can Kip escape prison brutality?
3/5 Elizabeth begins to work out what has happened to Inchbrae.
1/4 Should the golliwog be reclaimed, or consigned to the dustbin of history?
1/4 Comedian Alun Cochrane takes us on a stand-up tour of his house.
The best in contemporary comedy. Plus Arthur Smith chats again to Tony Law.
1/4 Ninety-something good-time girl Dora spills the beans on the Rat Pack to Martin Kelner.
4/6 Boothby Graffoe and friends share scary tales of the railway and dramas at sea.