Homeless people face falling prey to unscrupulous operators. Introduced by Edward de Souza
1/2 Hidden beneath false memories, a disturbing truth is revealed. Read by William Hootkins.
27/28 The American funny man is joined by The Wailin' Jennys and Andra Suchy.
1/2 Omnibus. The truthful and universal scrapbook of the lives of the troubled Tull family.
Spies in decline - what did the agent say to the actress? Burgess meets Coral Browne.
1/2 The miners are on strike, as the town of Bolton awakes to the big race day of 1921.
With guest panellists John O'Farrell and Jane Thynne. Author of the Week is Mark Twain.
1/2 Doctor's wife Emma embarks on a series of affairs to escape provincial life.
2/5 Len Fisher and fellow experts reveal how to sharpen and use your tools properly.
4/6 The curmudgeonly writer unearths wartime intrigue in an idyllic French location.
A rare Australian outing for Archie Andrews and mentor Peter Brough. From January 1957.
The bumbling civil servants scale new heights for Sir Gregory's poster campaign. From 1970
5/5 Mowgli leads the attack, but realises he must soon make a decision.
2/4 With his siblings disappeared into the Mound, King Malebron says only Roland can save them
Science presenter Professor Brian Cox shares his castaway choices with Kirsty Young.
A tale of relationships and the insecurity that one woman feels when she replaces another.
The actor discusses with Derek Jones his love of the British countryside and its birdlife.
4/4 Mark Radcliffe profiles comedian Harry Worth, a miner in Barnsley before taking the stage.
The schooldays of young Guy Bennett could well have a major impact on his adulthood.
The Kangaroo Man, the singing mobile library man, and a man with very dirty feet.
An all-knowing computer seems to have an independent life of its own.
1/4 The music hall artiste and OAP raps with beatboxer Shlomo, probing buzz words.
1/4 The singer looks at Australia's love of country music and indigenous land owners.
More from Arthur Smith's chat with Gina Yashere.
3/6 Comatose Ben is taken to a medical conference in Birmingham, but his mind travels to Paris
3/4 More radio ridicule from Jon Holmes, including Thought for the Day... for Satanists.
Monday 27 May 2013