5/5 Ambassador B decides to turn in her badge on the next planet she finds.
10/10 Architect Stephen Rix's cathedral has finally been built. But what has been the true cost?
The actor talks to Derek Jones about his love of wildlife photography and filming.
10/20 Dick and Freddie find the distinction between friends and enemies is becoming blurred.
10/10 The master criminal tells all about his humble origins and rise to prominence.
Professor Trevor Cox explores the world of sonic design applied to our outdoor spaces.
5/10 As Mabbut heads to India in search of Melville, he soon finds himself in deep trouble.
30/30 Recalling the impact of adults on childhood down the centuries up to the present day.
5/10 Frederic moves to a new ambulance unit, and takes part in the great Italian retreat.
5/5 Stanley is determined to continue Livingstone's quest to find the source of the Nile.
5/5 Neville Landless, whom Jasper thinks killed Edwin, has been found stabbed to death.
5/6 Gyles Brandreth hosts with Lucy Moore, Anthony Holden, Richard Herring and Louise Doughty.
5/6 Victoria is livid when her daughter's wedding plans are upstaged by her sister Charlotte.
3/6 The old rogue challenges Nancy's intelligence. Father sings the praises of Crewe toilets.
Can cricket's king of sleaze add to Leicester's year of glory and win the Bake Off crown?
Beatrix Potter is now a farmer, but two visitors make her face a troubled past.
Mark Radcliffe explores the continued success and appeal of the little white bear.
Melvyn Bragg observes the decline of RP alongside an increasing pride in regional accents.
Mandy Patinkin and Claire Moore star in Frank Loesser's musical set in the 1920s.
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Recorded to mark Frank Loesser's centennial year, the composer is spotlighted.
1/6 Eighteenth-century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny wants to win Peasants Personality of the Year.
1/4 Three generations of women collide at a family wedding.
Two ex-flatmates meet to talk about everything but how much they love each other.
Actor John Challis chooses songs by Peter Lind Hayes and by Whitesnake.
Actress Zoe Wanamaker opens up to Anthony Clare about her childhood and upbringing.
Engineer Adam Salton probes the terrifying disappearance of men from a tiny village.
Penelope Keith explores our horticultural passions.
4/4 Shopping channel satire with Greg Proops, Aled Jones, Brian Blessed and Sir Terry Wogan.
The best in contemporary comedy. Arthur Smith is joined again by Andrew Maxwell.
1/6 The funny man throws open his radio drop-in centre for sketches, chat and big, big fibs.
2/9 The double double acts face the pernicious evil of shampoo and conditioner.
2/6 2525 invites you to hear snippets of our future, from weight-gain classes to talking pets.