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5/6 It's white-knuckle time as a space train hurtles towards Earth.
1/5 Mark Gatiss introduces a chilling tale of a helpline volunteer and a very sinister caller.
23/32 The American funny man welcomes singer Tom Rush and pianist Shai Wosner.
The Nuremberg Trials are in progress. No-one was expecting a 'crazy idea'.
6/6 The priestly sleuth comes across foul play at a distinctly unfriendly cricket match.
Shakespeare fears revolution over James I's translated Bible, with the Dream of St John.
3/4 Artistic differences threaten to destroy Marengo and Copenhagen's love for each other.
3/4 The chief mouser to the Cabinet Office, 2007-2008, reflects on life with Gordon Brown.
2/3 Neely's life is in tatters. But on her return to New York she agrees to perform on TV.
1/3 Tales about food and drink from Fleet Street's cantankerous, comically opinionated legend.
1/6 Plenty of challenges still await an involved, caring social worker. Or even Clare.
6/13 The Eurovision Raquel Welch Gag Contest begins. With Jo Kendall, Nigel Rees, Chris Emmett.
The wild-haired wacky funster tackles Britain's entry into Europe. It's all down to Ken!
2/2 The pint-size genius with awesome powers battles to save her school and teacher.
The creator of The Clangers and Bagpuss shares his castaway choices with Kirsty Young.
In 1871, Whistler paints a masterpiece of his mother. A century later, it reappears.
Tony Hawks hears from some talkative parrots and the people who choose to live with them.
2/3 Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers, including Tiller Girls and the War.
1/3 A weekend of tangled relationships begins in the dining room of a country house.
From cuddling sharks to the war work of pigeons, the best of this week's 4 O'Clock Show.
4/6 The Time Lord and Sarah Jane must use a low-tech solution to scupper Sutekh's plans.
It's midsummer and an old woman keeps watch over her cursed Welsh village.
2/4 Big Mac is the prime minister. You've never had it so long!
Arthur Smith does some talking with Tiffany Stevenson and Katherine Ryan.
2/6 Life outside hospital is a little fraught for Ben. Luckily he finds an island refuge.
5/6 Jon talks to Abdullah Redpath, who found and lost the love of his life in a 12-hour period
Monday 3 February 2014