Embroiled in a controversy with a black magic charlatan, Montague gets an apology. Sort of
It's 24 December 1937, and the world's foremost satanist Aleister Crowley is full of dread
Old friends help Mark Paytress delve into the life of a true radio pioneer.
How would you cope if your child was born into the wrong body?
2/4 By L Meade. Florence Cusack investigates a man whose fate depends on his weight in gold.
Ancient runes spark a geologist's exploration of an impossible realm.
1/6 Frank Skinner explores funny moments in history. With Dave Gorman and Sara Pascoe.
Victorian tale of a woman and an unsettling sign of life in a derelict house.
A look at the myths and history surrounding the figure of the snowman.
3/6 Brian has stories to tell, including his trip to a land where marriage is outlawed.
1/3 George, Harris and J enjoy a holiday on the River Thames, with Montmorency the dog.
5/13 Two Hell's Angels woo a waitress, and love is in the air.
6/6 Father returns for Christmas and Meg gets a proposal.
6/6 Harry's health is failing fast, while Captain Kidd thinks he has cheated justice.
From Ewan MacColl to Smiley Culture, the children's author shares his castaway choices.
1/3 William sets out as a would-be heroic knight with his chum Ginger.
10/32 Highlights from Christmases past. Including folk singer Odetta and soprano Renee Fleming.
Coffee and literature or art and sugar? Rival Sunday supplement writers clash.
Mel Giedroyc brings you some of best bits of the past week on the 4 O'Clock Show.
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1/3 By Melissa Murray. Sad Steph rings her dead brother-in-law's mobile. Then he rings back.
1/4 For Professor Dunning to find old ally Lionheart, he must ask Harry Crow for aid.
2/6 Young Pip aims to escape school, with a crone's help.
1/6 Offbeat teacher Colin wants his class to learn his new language.
1/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn seeks the opinions of a hostile public.
4/6 Suffragettes split the family, sparking drama at the races.