4/5 Scared of fraud exposure, an art gallery curator disguises the condemned look in his eyes.
4/10 Sir David Cannadine explores Winston Churchill's family life.
4/10 On the eve of the 1914 war, Muriel and Connie are single and settled in Marshington.
4/5 1938, and now in his 60s, Henri Matisse's art must endure personal upheaval as war looms.
1/5 More celeb sound-alikes, with a William Hague offer and Westlife v The Spice Girls.
Kim Henry Veltman joins director Jonathan Miller to discuss the Canadian writer on media.
2/3 Whose thumbprint is on the chocolate, and where is Madame Grant?
Germaine Greer presents a profile of eccentric 1970s rock icon Frank Zappa.
4/5 Hunting proof that his nephew Edwin was murdered, Jasper finds it in the most tragic way.
2/3 Mr Lucas's tiresome family thwart his plans for a sojourn in the idyllic Greek countryside
3/4 Dr Joe Aston helps police probe a taxi driver who is the only witness to a murder.
3/6 Victoria's plans for a perfect dinner party go awry.
1/6 The pitfalls of celebrity feature in Pam Ayres's poetry and sketches.
3/3 The trail leads the detective and his trusty hound to Père Lachaise Cemetery.
The secret world of the mannequin, their early history and changing shapes and styles.
3/4 A legal firm invites John, Ruth and Hilary to a team-building exercise in the country.
3/4 Tom asks Ken Clarke MP if compensation culture is opposed to the theory of evolution.
5/8 Harold decides that buying a new bed is the only way he'll ever impress women.
2/6 The author is appalled at news of unwelcome dinner companions.
1/6 John Lloyd and Sean Lock's guests are Brian Eno, Chris Donald and Dave Gorman.
1/6 The sports agent tackles a footballer who's just issued his seventeenth public apology.
5/5 Neville Landless, whom Jasper thinks killed Edwin, has been found stabbed to death.
3/3 A chance encounter leads an unhappily married couple to find solace in forbidden ways.
4/4 Dr Aston feels threatened when a rival psychologist investigates a series of attacks.
5/5 The evil workings of a serial killer's mind are exposed when a fair arrives in Kirkcaldy.
7/10 Sir David Cannadine explores Churchill's attitude to women.
5/10 War plays havoc with Muriel Hammond's aspirations and her experiences of love.
5/5 Matisse applies his extraordinary scissor and paper technique to the chapel at Vence.
Mel gets in gear with a celebration of the famous Beetle car.
4/4 Arson and revolving bow ties - just another day for Nigel and Michael.
3/6 Mark Radcliffe reviews the career of the Mancunian wordsmith.
2/4 The young idealist friends wrangle over their new party's foreign policy.
Arthur Smith is joined by Suzi Ruffell.
6/9 Charity telethons are mercilessly parodied by the double double act.
1/4 With no morals and little brain, aggressive marketing director John Weak is back.
Saturday 21 June 2014