Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull
Set in London, 1958, ER Braithwaite recalls the prejudice for being a black social worker
Actress Felicity Finch joins cave artists in their quest to paint underground chambers.
Geoffrey Wheeler visits vaudeville houses in Britain
Adaptation of The Palliser novels by Anthony Trollope, written at the height of his powers
London 1951: Newly-acquitted killer Benji Cann turns up dead. Stars David Tennant.
Children's drama following the exploits of the Blue Doors theatre group
A group of children dream of setting up their very own theatre company
Kenneth Cranham reads Andrew McConnell Stott's account of the world-famous clown
Leslie Forbes explores how gardens have inspired artists
Sci-fi comedy, set in a future where living beyond the age of seventy is prohibited
Tony Hawks hears from some talkative parrots and the people who choose to live with them.
Railway station comedy starring Arthur Lowe
Topical comedy and sketch show starring Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor
Topical sitcom by Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis
Surreal political fantasy with Hugh Laurie
What can two very different men learn from each other in a chance pub encounter?
Two nonagenarians discuss present and times past from their leather armchairs.
Sue Nelson talks to acclaimed scientists who explain their unexpected inspirations
Spoof classical music programme hosted by husband-and-wife team Patrick and Maureen
Brenda, the landlady of a modest B&B in a Victorian seaside town, isn't all that she seems
The adventures of writer and amateur private detective, Paul Temple.
William Roberts reads Paul Theroux's book on Africa
The musings of US travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux, read by Stuart Milligan
Stuart Milligan reads from Paul Theroux's classic travel book 'The Great Railway Bazaar'
The diary of Reverend William Holland about West Country life in the early 19th century
An eminent scientist hires the female detective to discover why his son committed suicide.
PD James thriller with Greta Scacchi and John Moffatt
A former chef decides his Death Row inmates should have a last divine culinary experience.
Harry Thompson's comic travelogue about playing cricket on seven continents
Humphrey Ker, David Reed and Thom Tuck give their take on Victorian comedy
The acclaimed sketch duo present the charitable story of 'The Widows of the Red Arrows'.
Series exploring the British Museum through the eyes of the people that work there
An uncle with learning disabilities moves in with his nephew's family.
Sci-fi adventure written by C.S. Lewis, published in 1943
The adaptors tell all. Including The Day the Balloon Went Up, Put that Light Out and more.
Comedy quiz which sees a new guest host present a unique show each week
Leni makes a surprising discovery at the pool in this drama about the loss of a baby.
Matthew Palmer inherits an old house haunted by its creepy, black magic past.
Simon Callow recounts the writer's life and brings his colourful characters to life.
Memoirs of a boy growing up in 1970s Cambridgeshire at the hands of his eccentric dad
Marking 100 years since the birth of the man behind radio's suave sleuth.
Siobhan Redmond reads the Danish author's hugely successful 1993 thriller
Alan Bennett reads the tale of the little boy who would not grow up
After ten years, Joe clearly remembers everything about Ally, but she recalls nothing.
Dramas and comedies from the popular British TV and radio writer and novelist
Maurice Denham is former MP Sir Plympton Makepeace reflecting on 60 glorious years.
Sid is an American struggling to come to terms with English life. Stars Penelope Wilton.
Peter White explores how blind people experience the concept of beauty
Haunted by a painful break-up, moors recluse Graham begins an unexpected relationship.
Inspired by his Great War poem, the events leading up to Wilfred Owen's death.
Crime series featuring Michael Gilbert's London-based detective Petrella
More escapades from PG Wodehouse's most famous creations, Jeeves and Wooster
The GP comedian attempts to fathom the complexities and absurdities of the sport.
1968 classic tale of a world devastated by war and six rogue androids at large
As a beautiful woman picks its last apple, a dying ancient tree is determined to survive.
The story behind Total Recall by sci-fi master Philip K Dick
Raymond Chandler's world-weary private-eye leaves the smog of LA on the trail of a killer.
Raymond Chandler's private eye is drawn into the murder of his drinking buddy's wife.
Philip Marlowe tackles a wealthy family's case of blackmail - and murder.
On the trail of a valuable coin, the private eye enters a deadly underworld.
Raymond Chandler's private eye is led on a manhunt deep into Hollywood's gritty underworld
Ed Bishop stars as Philip Marlowe in this dramatisation of Raymond Chandler's novel.
Philippa Pearce's children's classic
Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls his most memorable detentions
Stuart Maconie talks to the musicians behind the 1970s Top of the Pops cover albums.
In a dark dungeon, a man faces the threat of death from on high and from below.
The story of the magical nanny - poised, punctilious and practically perfect in every way.
When a fox meets the Messiah at the Nativity, he offers up his cunning.
Sci-fi drama set in the virtual world of a futuristic game
New comedy with an eclectic mix of sketches and characters
How gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt continued to play music banned in occupied Paris.
Comedian Tony Hawks takes on an unusual challenge in an oddball travelogue
Comedy spoof, in which showbiz veteran Dora Dale tells wild tales from her past
James Thurber's handy hints on the joys and pitfalls of a jaunt afloat.
Showcasing some of the liveliest performers from the poetry slam scene around the country
Paul Hamilton presents the poetry magazine
Adaptations of Agatha Christie whodunits featuring the Belgian sleuth. Stars John Moffatt.
The true story of a philandering farmer who was poisoned in 1938. Read by Robert Lindsay
The life and death of a violinist who led a women's orchestra in the Auschwitz death camp.
Miriam Margolyes reads Henry James' classic novel
Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life
The broadcaster's 1940 wartime observations, read by Patrick Stewart
Sitcom by Chris Thompson and Peter Reynolds about a couple at odds running a garden centre
Joe Queenan asks what's in a name? Fame, embarrassment or power? From October 2004.
Horror and mystery series, hosted by Vincent Price
Simon Calder celebrates Julebryg Day in Copenhagen.
Comedian Adam Bloom sets the world to rights, with help from his fellow comics
Readings of stories from the classic era of crime fiction
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis make merry over political blunders and showbiz shenanigans
Steve Lamacq celebrates the life of the broadcaster and music champion John Peel.
Award-winning drama series about a young married couple with learning disabilities
Chris Maslanka heads the panel where guests set each other brain-teasing puzzles.