3/4 By Edith Wharton. An American couple moves to England, but their past catches up with them
An inventor's machine is guaranteed to make everyone happy, except his wife.
Sue MacGregor reunites five women who ruled the world of pop in the 1960s.
By Katie Fforde. A control freak is forced to attend a Tuscan cookery course.
2/6 Caring social worker Clare Barker is delighted to discover she has an Irish ancestor.
Kenneth Horne goes backstage in Theatreland, and Hornerama investigates holidays.
Still looking for work, the ex-RAF gang turns its hand to babysitting.
The Baker Street sleuth takes on the sanguinary Count in Loren D Estleman's thriller.
2/4 The mischievous boy and the children arrive in Neverland.
2/4 Roberta, Phyllis and Peter jump to the rescue as Mother falls ill, and a Russian turns up.
7/8 The detective tries to send his wife Steve away, for fear that reprisals are on their way.
Val McDermid looks into Allan Pinkerton, the man who gave the world the term 'private eye'
3/5 Graham confesses to Lee, and Kelly owns up to a deception regarding her pen pal.
4/6 How hard can it be to talk for 60 seconds with no hesitation, repetition or deviation?
Les Dawson with tales of Britain's first space hero, and the Cosmo Show discusses birds.
HMS Troutbridge sets sail, with Phillips let loose on a new navigational aid.
1/4 As a town prepares for its talent night, Mary gets a shock and Jonathan gets side-tracked.
6/6 Stephen K Amos and comedian friends present a guide to mortality.
1/5 Neville and Helena's arrival in Cloisterham sets in motion a chain of tragic events.
A young man takes his beloved Rose to climb a mountain, with alarming consequences.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
1/5 Rebus discovers a bigger story behind a valuable theft from an Edinburgh hi-fi shop.
1/10 Churchill was a keen bricklayer, but did he have anything in common with the working man?
1/10 Going to her first party, the journey of Muriel Hammond to womanhood and independence.
1/5 1909, and Henri Matisse's critics call his paintings monstrous. Can he find support?
Mel gets her gloves on and goes looking more signs of life in A Guide to Garden Wildlife.
4/6 Despite a successful comeback tour, Tommy and Sheila aren't in the money.
Diane and Bill discuss titles by Mark Twain, John McGahern and Iain Sinclair.
2/8 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
2/6 The duo tells Parky about their strange first meeting. With Michael Parkinson.
Tuesday 17 June 2014