By Rosemary Timperley. Young Rachel finds her whole life blighted by one encounter.
2/4 Gregor is adapting to his new insect form, but his family find it harder to accept.
5/6 The Roman detective is worried when the prisoners finally meet legendary priestess Veleda.
2/5 As the duo probe the near-drowning of an ex-student in Leeds, they unearth an old secret.
3/6 Rory Bremner and team are joined by guests Debra Stephenson and Dr David Runciman.
3/4 Clive Anderson's quiz with Mark Steel, John O'Farrell, Chris Addison and David Quantick.
2/3 Leaving New York, Undine travels to Paris where she meets a charming French aristocrat.
2/5 An aging diva is about to be interviewed by her occasional lover. But he's indisposed.
5/5 The sleuth recalls the case of an extraordinary man helping to solve a diabolical crime.
4/6 A saucy letter sparks suspicions for Iris. Is Bernard having an affair?
5/6 In London, Robert gets into trouble and the solicitor's clerk receives an unlikely visitor
6/6 The Roman sleuth has a fateful encounter with a missing legate and a giant Celtic bull.
3/5 Back at CID, the duo suspect a male hospital midwife of petty thefts from pregnant women.
5/6 Mad Max versus the French resistance. Or rather, two rival island film nights fight it out
2/6 Vanessa Feltz relives her teenage years, growing up in North London in the late '70s.
The film of The King and I inspires the lad's own unmusical and argumentative version.
3/13 New town education, and Professor Prune's time travel adventure continues.
1/6 Father wants to move abroad, but old rogue Winston's not his usual chipper self.
4/6 The futuristic radio soap tries to avoid censorship by becoming an outside broadcast.
3/3 Undine's plans for a better future move on apace, but will she ever find real happiness?
3/5 A man with a passion for stones falls foul of a ruthless authority.
When a young monk experiments with vocal harmonies, the whole abbey is placed in jeopardy.
3/5 The brilliance of women's minds, and a Temple of Female Learning. With Kathryn Hunt.
8/10 How the bicycle thrived during wartime, leading to a golden age of cycling in the 1950s.
8/12 Shocked William starts to wonder whether Florence was aware of James's other life.
3/5 What made William Henry Ireland the toast of London society?
Mel gets the lowdown on the only population of reindeers in the UK.
1/6 Graham is starting a new job as local cub reporter. What could go wrong?
By Wilkie Collins. Isaac lives in fear of a knife-wielding female. Is she of this Earth?
3/4 Now a monster, Gregor strives to stay close to his family, but his father turns on him.
2/6 The comedy guru's radio drop-in centre this week examines croquet and nothing else.
2/4 The comedian sets out to validate herself through 18th-century philosophy.
2/4 Looking at pressures to conform, Andrew Lawrence probes communication difficulties.
2/4 The meaning of autumn and novelty dance lessons, in the spoof boys' adventure paper.
Thursday 5 September 2013