By Rosemary Timperley. Can a holiday overcome the issues that divide a bickering family?
American commentator Joe Queenan chooses the Mongol leader Genghis Khan.
3/4 A new will is read, love letters are found and arrests are made. Sophia is now keen to wed
Singer Pauline Black meets some of the women who were in the vanguard of punk music.
5/5 By James Lasdun. The struggles of a man with financial worries.
4/5 Eames arrives in Baghdad on the eve of war, but the welcome from the locals is friendly.
4/5 Iris Murdoch's husband remembers the eerie, early signs of Alzheimer's shown by his wife.
Soldiers on leave find home very different to the one they thought they were fighting for.
10/10 Animal, vegetable or mineral? Barry Took's revised 20 questions.
3/8 Clare returns from Australia, but where is Julian? Sarah delves and Eleanor spins.
8/8 Bertie turns into a romantic novelist (again) when his chum falls in love (again).
5/6 Including a reflection on selfie culture and a final extract from David's diaries.
4/4 The Leonides family are still in danger, and can Charles trust Sophia?
Alex Butterworth meets the police team protecting Italy's priceless culture.
1/4 London 1853, and a firm of religious publishers is transformed by an actress and her son.
6/6 With Richard Herring, Alex Horne and Jenny Eclair. Plus special guest: the letter F.
2/20 The lad takes action when a scurrilous article alleges he cavorted with a cigarette girl.
As a Dimberger, Neddie Seagoon sets out to dethrone a Heidelberger. Stars Spike Milligan.
2/6 Sue Perkins grills Simon Pegg, Armando Iannucci, Peter Baynham and David Quantick.
1/4 Two friends head off on a surreal camping trip, with a pretend dog.
A wartime celebrity makes an unexpected visit to Folkestone.
5/6 Inspector Rice investigates Paul Dudden's death in the 1930s whodunit.
2/2 More adventures from Botswana. Mma Ramotswe and Mma Makutsi go on safari.
2/4 By Julian Gough. The comic tale of an orphan desperately needing to go to the toilet.
5/5 Andrew Eames visits the ancient city of Ur, where Agatha met her future husband.
5/5 Iris Murdoch's husband reflects on her inner world after the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
By John Keir Cross. Who is the mysterious woman claiming to be Felix's daughter?
2/8 A look at why Henry F Lyte's words and William H Monk's tune have so much significance.
The burger van owner from BBC2's Shooting Stars examines the state of the environment.
1/8 Made for 4 Extra. The first heat in comedy's prestigious new talent competition.
3/6 The cult series hits Lancaster University. Starring Stewart Lee and Richard Herring.
Saturday 5 September 2015