5/10 Sir Thomas returns to Mansfield Park to find the house in disarray.
100/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
5/5 Another mystery - 'In nature you must go very low to find things that go so high'.
5/5 Today we are witness to the spectacle of Austen being marketed as a global brand.
6/6 With Jon Richardson, Lucy Porter, Roy Walker, Hills Barker and Cannon and Ball.
2/4 Humphrey Lyttelton tells June Knox-Mawer about life at a steelworks and heading to war.
5/6 Ellen Olenska returns, and socialite Newland rushes to tell her his big decision.
Crystal Palace put the world under glass. Michael Rosen revisits its glorious past.
2/2 Viviette and Swithin have secretly married but chance and convention conspire against them
Not the football club, but a one-legged, partially sighted wheeler-dealer from Lancashire.
A woman is found dead in a Rolls-Royce, but the clues don't add up. Futuristic whodunit.
5/6 The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson go to Dorset, where a wife is in danger.
4/6 Events planner Rosie discovers that a Russian dance troop isn't quite what it seems.
Comic spin on what really happened inside the wooden horse during the siege of Troy.
Actress Felicity Finch joins cave artists in their quest to paint underground chambers.
Writer Will Self, explores the work of one of Britain's greatest literary talents.
Featuring Round the Horne, I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again and The Burkiss Way.
A message found at the site of a teenager's death causes panic among his friends.
The award-winning campaigning journalist tells Dr Anthony Clare about her major influences
The day proves unlucky for the superstitious crew of HMS Troutbridge.
6/9 Single dad Bryan is wrapped in red tape at the benefits office.
2/4 Ben tests out a new coat, suitable for the cold climate, and Jane celebrates her birthday.
2/4 Neil's attempts at recycling strike Kim as an unhealthy obsession with death.
5/6 Arthur meets an archaeologist, gets captured and learns all about the Shoe Event Horizon.
The Man in Black tells of a frightened patient and a bizarre hospital experiment.
4/4 Neil Innes performs jingles for products you never knew you needed.
1/6 The award-winning funny man muses on the merits of matrimony.
1/5 Sketches and monologues written and performed by Jane Bussmann and David Quantick.
6/6 Decadent Auderon's unsavoury habits threaten family ruin.
Sunday 18 May 2014