6/15 Dr Aziz organises a trip to the Marabar Caves but not everyone manages to catch the train.
22/30 Clare Balding discovers how the birth of broadcasting changed British sport for ever.
11/15 Sarah encounters the bitter taste of loss and the joy of achievement.
1/5 'Fallen' Ellen runs off.
3/4 The broadcaster, author and ex-MP quizzes a panel about himself.
Tom Sutcliffe, Judy Simpson and Tom Watt on novels by Mary Shelley and Candia McWilliam.
5/6 The Roman sleuth closes in on his man, but gets more than he bargained for.
Michael Angelis charts the success of Liverpool's all-girl group, The Vernons Girls.
2/3 Anne Elliott is surprised to hear news of an impending marriage.
3/3 Alam goes on a dangerous journey to the glittering promise of Europe.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
4/8 Faith heads to a health farm, leaving Bill to mind the happy home.
4/6 18th century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny tries to keep her love life out of the scandal rags.
6/6 The Roman sleuth faces a final showdown, but his reunion with Helena is bittersweet.
Martin Palmer traverses England to explore the mysteries surrounding the Knights Templar.
2/4 Simon decides it is time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music.
5/6 Beauty struggles with an irascible gentleman.
Neddie combs the world for junk, hoping to corner the market and make a packet.
1/13 Richard Gordon's misadventures of student doctor Simon Sparrow at St Swithin's hospital.
8/8 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
1/4 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore probe a death by cutlery back in 1824.
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3/3 Anne Elliot begins to suspect that she was wrong about Captain Frederick Wentworth.
1/4 A writer finds his own modest career eclipsed by a more volatile author.
When Jimmy asks Clara to teach him to read, an unlikely friendship develops.
7/15 Dr Aziz's mountain expedition to the Marabar Caves ends in disaster and despair.
23/30 Clare Balding is at Silverstone to explore how Britain led the way in motor racing.
12/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton opens up her school for voters in the election.
2/5 Weakly John Brodribb's transformation into Victorian stage great Henry Irving.
Mel's guest is CBBC presenter and comedian, Iain Stirling.
3/6 Professor Quarterpound gathers Britain's top scientists to witness his new time machine.
3/5 Clive Anderson's panel show with Steve Punt, David Quantick, Robin Ince, Gyles Brandreth.
3/4 Tom Morton talks to the daughter of Bee Gee Maurice Gibb.
1/6 Ramesh and his son Alok compete to design a sweetie.
Jon Holmes chats to Mark Watson.
1/6 The new deputy museum curator gets a shock.
3/6 The sketch show team and their studio audience enter the London Marathon.