A school trip for the kids turns to horror when mysterious standing stones come to life.
From Beethoven to Bach, the critically acclaimed writer shares her castaway choices.
The formidable queen of history speaks of the rages and battles undertaken for her people.
Geoffrey Wheeler tells the story of the legendary Folies-Bergere, opened in 1869.
Michael Rosen celebrates the work of 1920s songwriting duo RP Weston and Bert Lee.
Gert and Daisy's shop is open for business in Russett Green. Stars Elsie and Doris Waters.
In Edinburgh, the resourceful if low-born Mr Cullender goes in search of a double murderer
2/2 With his dog sled pulling days over, Buck is set to experience freedom for the first time.
4/4 Time has run out for the Watsons and Malebron - can Helen help to save Elidor?
1/4 A murder unites Detective Inspector Cromwell and convent Mother Helen.
6/6 When a salesman's box reveals a secret, the detective must prove him innocent of murder.
6/6 As troopers close in, the con artist gets desperate. What about baby Joe?
2/6 When a top author gets writer's block, Lucy and Daniel get landed with an unwelcome guest.
3/6 With panellists Paul Merton, Richard Herring, Gyles Brandreth and Russell Kane.
10/13 Suspense in Kenneth Horne's 'The Portrait of Florian Thrust', and a bout of bona wrestling
3/12 Lawyer Roger has a bad day at the races, thanks to Joy's uncle. From July 1971.
3/6 Disappointed with a guided city bus tour, Arthur decides to start his very own tour.
6/6 Gerard organises Tamsin's first solo exhibition, but she's got so much else to do.
A Shakespearean academic learns a large item awaits collection at a remote station.
By Alan Titchmarsh. A widow's life is transformed by an unexpected love affair.
Clive Anderson is joined by Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Mike Lerner.
6/10 Miss Morrow and Miss Doggett have decided to dispose of poor Constance's things.
28/30 How the use of infrared telescopes increased our understanding of distant planets.
1/10 Hope Clearwater reflects on her life, while she studies wild chimpanzees in Africa.
1/5 An account of Roald's life begins at the dinner table and in his hut in Buckinghamshire.
Afternoon chat with Mel Giedroyc.
3/4 The Italian priest tries to replace the church bell, but funding hits a snag.
1/6 Edna Turner has just saved the worlds - again. Can she kick back and enjoy summer?
16/17 Bill and Josella take a trip to the beach and ponder their future.
4/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis join Holly Walsh, John Finnemore, Laura Shavin and Mitch Benn.
4/6 The sketch team take the audience to Nevada for selection by Nasa.
Tuesday 11 June 2013