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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.
Writer Will Self, explores the work of one of Britain's greatest literary talents.
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
Comic spin on what really happened inside the wooden horse during the siege of Troy.
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.
Young Fanny Price goes to live with her rich aunt and uncle.
5/5 Ivan Hewett explores the emotional characteristics of the musical key E flat major.
4/6 Outraged by an optician's dispute, Arthur seeks high office in the council elections.
Kenneth Horne tells all about a film premiere, and Hornerama investigates shipping.
Can the bungling duo manage to sell off some old office furniture?
3/4 A computer competition isn't quite what it seems. With Lucy Speed and Edward de Souza.
3/4 The incredible shrinking woman's sister arrives with a very handy handbag.
Sue MacGregor reunites writers from the magazine New Musical Express.
By Jojo Moyes. A surprise weekend away after 14 years of marriage.
People in trouble who look for help in mystifying places. A 15-year-old seeks out his hero
Spinster sleuth Miss Marple probes a woman's terrifying flashbacks to trap a murderer.
Mel Giedroyc picks the best bits from her 4 O'Clock Shows of the past week.
The despotic Henrietta Forsythe, and her sway over her secretary and new husband.
Captain Hart is upset with his welcome when he lands on a planet.
1/6 Investigating the untold stories of visionary mavericks.
The best in contemporary comedy. Arthur Smith helps out Abandoman with some new music.
5/6 Antonio Soprano ('the famous baritone') and his henchmen invade Woodstock.
4/6 The cartoonist aims to prove that science will make the natural world entirely redundant.
3/5 A visit to the circus heralds arcane amusements. Songs and stories from Ivor Cutler.
Monday 19 May 2014