2/5 Probing a Edinburgh shop theft, Inspector Rebus learns the hi-fi dealer has a steel door.
2/10 Historian Sir David Cannadine enjoys Winston Churchill's prodigious appetite for food.
2/10 After leaving school, an exotic guest back home sparks confusion for Muriel Hammond.
2/5 With his family scattered, Matisse expresses the horror and uncertainty of war in his art.
2/6 Simon Mayo discovers which generation is the funniest. With Jon Richardson and Roy Walker.
1/4 Tom Morton meets the daughter of country legend Johnny Cash.
8/8 The detective throws a party, inviting all suspects, so he can finally unmask the culprit.
Patrick Wright investigates how bohemians and the military jointly created camouflage.
2/5 Edwin and Neville attend a dinner hosted by Edwin's guardian Jasper.
An archaeologist is amazed by her nurse's likeness to an Egyptian painting.
1/4 A forensic psychologist tackles a scientist accused of killing her boss.
5/8 Izzy faces confusion when fiance Charles takes her to home to the family mansion.
2/6 Divorced Doug and Molly try changing their least appealing traits. Life isn't that simple.
1/3 Michael Bond's French detective investigates dirty tricks at restaurant directory Le Guide
Christopher Morris on the identity of a British woman who kept a diary in WW2 France.
4/6 Landing a job performing in a prison, will Robert finally get a captive audience?
3/6 A school fundraiser is unusually challenging. With Charlie Higson and Katherine Parkinson.
9/14 Sid persuades the lad to be a director of his guided tours company, but there's a snag.
2/8 Can Bryan save his sister Vera's marriage from breakdown?
4/6 Helen needs to finish her ice cream project, while Joe and Maria want younger clientele.
2/6 Beau Nash comes to the aid of a man threatened by a vengeful and jealous German Count.
3/5 Jasper is convinced his nephew Edwin has been murdered by Neville Landless.
1/3 A Sicilian man reveals the tale of his ill-fated brother, who was cursed by a sea nymph.
2/4 A confused man claims to have witnessed a murder, so the police turn to Dr Joe Aston.
3/5 A gallery curator faces prison when his part in a big art fraud looks set to be exposed.
3/10 Sir David Cannadine explores Winston Churchill's first career as a journalist.
3/10 When she's not gawping at Godfrey, Muriel Hammond is gazing at the stars.
3/5 Henri Matisse's painting is dramatically influenced by his visits to New York and Tahiti.
Mel Giedroyc rummages around in the record collection of comedian Jack Whitehall.
1/7 Bertie Wooster turns to Aunt Dahlia to help out Gussie.
Poet Carole Satyamurti and humourist Guy Browning make unlikely fugitives.
1/6 Brian Perkins, Kate Robbins and Jeremy Hardy recall a year of turbulent upheaval yet to be
1/4 Hell is close to bursting, so to stem the flow Satan ponders his entry policy.
6/6 Can Milford and Parker overcome Raamen Bod and find the Sofa of Time?
Thursday 19 June 2014