5/5 As Christine struggles to regain her memory, who is the man who calls himself Ben?
5/5 Samuel's brother Tom is in love and hoping to marry, but he has exaggerated his income.
5/5 A dramatic moment in political history and a return to damsons. Ferdinand Mount's memoir.
1/6 Crazy capers as Sue Perkins grills Jack Docherty, Pater Baynam, Armando Iannucci.
1/5 David Blunkett talks about how failure wasn't an option during his rise to high office.
5/10 Brook and Harrison meet the eccentric Mr Parsons, while a meat axe murder is investigated.
3/3 Andy Kershaw is backstage as The Who return to play a gig at Leeds University.
2/2 The arrival of Janet's mother triggers a reaction that will have calamitous repercussions.
5/5 By Gillian Tindall. A daughter starts to worry after her divorced mother meets a new man.
True life story of the highest altitude emegency parachute jump, made in 1960.
4/8 Poorly Sarah is in hospital and must cope with visits from her mother and daughter.
3/6 A health inspector calls. Will the catering team have to halt pie production?
Chaos at Stephanchikovo manor when an ex-sergeant acts as arbiter of morals and taste.
6/6 John Rawling relives the 1991 World Athletics Championships 400m men's relay.
Alan Dein celebrates the centenary of George Ewart Evans and his tales of Suffolk.
The author and pipe-smoker undertakes a journey through his life literary.
1/2 Tudor crime novel set in the last days of Thomas Cromwell, with lawyer detective Shardlake
3/6 Baldi probes the murder of an outspoken, larger-than-life Dublin publisher and bon viveur.
1/9 A trendy couple, and a two-headed giant. Sketches and songs with John Cleese.
Neddy and Crun attempt to launch Min into space, but she gets stuck up the chimney.
3/4 Nationalise British music festivals, abolish stamp duty, and reduce the voting age to 16.
4/6 Taken hostage by the aliens, the crew learn more about their mysterious captors.
4/6 Carlo leads the story, as Edna and Tankerton face their biggest challenge yet.
4/5 Travelling from Sligo to Dublin, the comedian learns to play the penny whistle - badly.
3/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist charts the bumpy evolution of the Western world.
1/4 The radical comedian proposes new ways to solve the lack of understanding between faiths.
2/4 Is the wheelchair a symbol of equal access? Do we see beyond a person's disability?
Sunday 31 August 2014