The unforeseen danger of a scientist trying out advanced theories on his newborn son.
A safari into the prehistoric past sparks unexpected results.
Sue MacGregor reunites people involved with classic children's TV programme Play School.
By Penny Vincenzi. A young girl is enchanted by vivid tales from the past.
3/6 Arthur is keen on taking up a free trial gym membership, but will his doctor approve?
Kenneth Horne's songwriting talents spark adventure, plus a look at underwater sports.
10/10 With their love lives in a tangle, Audrey falls out with Marjory.
The story of William the Marshall with a real-life Don Quixote and his cohort.
2/4 SPLAT members try to stop the Head's quest for the school to win the Eddy Hair TV quiz.
2/4 The incredible shrinking woman gets in big trouble at a Christmas market.
1/6 Newly engaged American socialite Newland Archer is drawn to his fiancee's cousin.
How did toy theatres begin? Simon Callow explores the world of cardboard make-believe.
4/6 Alison takes her class to a Cumbrian wind farm, with keen Colin and Kenneth in hot pursuit
5/6 With Tony Hawks, Susan Calman, Phill Jupitus and Miles Jupp. David Mitchell hosts.
Les Dawson is Wotan, Man of Steel and Aunt Ada recalls her wartime adventures.
The day proves unlucky for the superstitious crew of HMS Troutbridge.
2/6 Delores has a moment of revelation as she feels really guilty for being late with the rent
1/6 Stephen K Amos and his comedy friends compile an idiot's guide to multiculturalism.
1/3 Jack Aubrey gains promotion and is to lead a squadron of ships against the French.
1/3 A comic detective story with a touch of romance, by the author of The Railway Children.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
1/10 Seeking a position in society, young Fanny Price goes to live with her rich aunt and uncle
96/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 The civil servant figures out a mystery - 'Women go so fast that they get no farther.'.
1/5 Jane was an ambitious young woman, keenly attuned to the literary world of her time.
Mel Giedroyc continues our story bonanza with more of the Top 50 from 500 WORDS.
5/6 The GP is distracted by the stock market and the promise of a fast fortune.
Esther and Mark discuss books by Alain De Botton, Robert Graves and Evelyn Waugh.
4/7 Steve Punt, Hugh Dennis and the team present a comic take on the week's news.
3/7 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero present a spider pathologist and The Archers abroad.
Tuesday 13 May 2014