5/5 The evil workings of a serial killer's mind are exposed when a fair arrives in Kirkcaldy.
5/10 Examining Churchill's attitude to women and his relationship with his nanny and his wife.
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.
1/6 John Lloyd and Sean Lock's guests are Brian Eno, Chris Donald and Dave Gorman.
3/6 Mark Radcliffe reviews the career of the Mancunian wordsmith.
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.
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.
4/4 Arson and revolving bow ties - just another day for Nigel and Michael.
3/4 A legal firm invites John, Ruth and Hilary to a team-building exercise in the country.
The fugitive crewmen of the Bounty, as they create a new life on the island of Pitcairn.
Laurie Lee waxes lyrical over his view of Slad that inspired his most famous work.
The story of Millicent Fawcett, who pushed to remove children from the 19th-century stage.
Melvyn Bragg celebrates the Yorkshire poet through a memorial at Westminster Abbey.
The comedian's favourite shows include The Goon Show, Round the Horne and Steptoe and Son.
Modesty and Willie must foil a plot to carry out a multi-million pound diamond heist.
Gitta chose controversial figures for biographies and believed we are all born 'good'.
20/26 Mainwaring goes into bat when the platoon are challenged to play the wardens.
HMS Troutbridge sets sail, with Phillips let loose on a new navigational aid.
3/4 Tom asks Ken Clarke MP if compensation culture is opposed to the theory of evolution.
A future where the Earth's atmosphere, and human consciousness, has eroded.
1/4 The comedian has more radical advice for his fellow man - get yourself a boyfriend.
6/6 The award-winning funny man revels in misery. With Laurence Howarth and Daisy Haggard.
Arthur Smith is joined by Suzi Ruffell.
1/6 The writer and his talking geraniums outstay their welcome at Craig and Shona's place.
1/6 Ancient Rome provides the setting for a story of intrigue, terror, tyrants and togas.
Sunday 22 June 2014