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An angry man, who doesn't believe in witches, drives home at night across the moors.
3/6 Curtis and Lock return to London to continue their investigation of Flora's powers.
Britain's favourite TV gardener talks about his life and career.
The life and loves of Vera 'Jack' Holme - actress, suffragette and relief worker.
An American heiress is blackmailed by her 'dead' husband. Stars Bernard Hepton.
1/2 From Rochdale to renown, Gracie Fields' rise to fame was not without its traumas.
The ground-breaking Radio 4 phone-in show, hosted by the legendary Gary Bellamy.
2/4 Fred Vincy struggles with his debts, and Dorothea finds her marriage under strain.
2/5 Helen Young visits Cheltenham to recall the UK's hottest ever temperature of 1990.
3/6 When Betty gets involved with Ground Force, an unlikely team of gardeners arrives.
Shopkeepers Gert and Daisy get a large dog that doesn't understand English.
The bumbling duo welcome an American niece and face up to a new under-secretary.
2/4 The battle begins for Rusty, moving to Guildford to face her acid-tongued grandmother.
2/6 Meg faces marriage troubles, while Jo triumphs in her writing.
From Grieg to Aznavour, novelist Dame Daphne du Maurier shares her castaway choices.
The matinee is over, but who is the visitor waiting at the stage door?
The Graham dancers and Judith Mackrell discuss the 1944 dance.
The 'straight half' of famous double act Jewel and Warriss chats about his showbiz career.
Ned Sherrin investigates the lore and history of matinees in theatres.
Inspector Morse tackles the murder of an invigilator in a foreign exam syndicate.
Mel Giedroyc scrolls back through her best bits of this week's programmes.
2/2 As the radioactive cloud approaches Australia, a desperate submarine mission is launched.
2/6 The satirist ponders Tuscan holidays and asks, what is the greatest fruit or vegetable?
The best laughs around. Plus more from Arthur Smith's chat with James Acaster.
2/4 Indian students on a gap year enjoy England's smell, and that's just at Heathrow Airport.
4/4 Adam takes his mortality a little too seriously.
Monday 1 July 2013