2/4 MI-13's Lionheart and Dunning search for Sir Basil in the Scottish Highlands.
4/4 By Peter F Hamilton. A diligent detective learns how a businessman stays ahead of rivals.
Legendary hoofer Lionel Blair chooses his favourite tunes and chats about his long career.
A missing finger and an extra tooth lead to a cannabis factory. With Maxine Peake.
4/6 A gym death sees Baldi probe a link between fitness fanaticism and mediaeval theology.
When two best friends are reunited, the ensuing farce surprises them both.
Ed Byrne returns. With Alan Davies, Craig Campbell and Jo Caulfield.
The discovery of email doesn't stop the flow of comic vitriol. From April 2001.
2/5 Ben Silburn investigates the galaxy's 'dirty snowballs' from the mysterious Oort Cloud.
4/6 Clare doesn't like people on her patch, especially if they're an interfering vicar.
Kenneth Williams and Ted Ray take on Anthony and Cleopatra.
The cheeky schoolboy must wangle his way to hold on to a newly acquired sledge.
1/4 A family upheaval becomes bearable when the children find a railway near their new house.
2/5 The chase is on as the children catapult further back in time and get into deep water.
An extended edition of the Desert Island Discs of the actor and writer of Gavin & Stacey.
4/4 For the Queen's visit, Dodgy Phil books her beloved Chas and Dave. But can they make it?
9/10 Jolene confronts Kenton with his past, and Lance is getting very demanding.
4/5 Ellen Terry's Lady Macbeth is a success, but her relationship with Henry Irving cools off.
In search of Blackbeard's diamond, young John Trenchard is drawn into a dangerous world.
Mel Giedroyc with the best of this week's 4 O'Clock Show.
4/5 Christopher Brookmyre speaks to the funny man behind Ed Reardon, Christopher Douglas.
A doctor with a serious disease tackles medicine's frontiers.
2/3 Monstrous B&B landlady Brenda gets a murderous surprise at a superheroes convention.
1/4 Music in Verona or Birmingham? The TV Arts show's new presenter Sheena fancies Brum.
1/6 Catching a burglar and a big nose shocker. Quick-fire sketches with Susie Donkin.
2/5 Fears abound for computer programmer Jeremy's safety - and his invention.
Monday 3 September 2012