1/5 Rebus discovers a bigger story behind a valuable theft from an Edinburgh hi-fi shop.
1/10 Churchill was a keen bricklayer, but did he have anything in common with the working man?
1/10 Going to her first party, the journey of Muriel Hammond to womanhood and independence.
1/5 1909, and Henri Matisse's critics call his paintings monstrous. Can he find support?
1/4 As a town prepares for its talent night, Mary gets a shock and Jonathan gets side-tracked.
Diane and Bill discuss titles by Mark Twain, John McGahern and Iain Sinclair.
7/8 The detective tries to send his wife Steve away, for fear that reprisals are on their way.
Val McDermid looks into Allan Pinkerton, the man who gave the world the term 'private eye'
1/5 Neville and Helena's arrival in Cloisterham sets in motion a chain of tragic events.
A young man takes his beloved Rose to climb a mountain, with alarming consequences.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
4/6 Despite a successful comeback tour, Tommy and Sheila aren't in the money.
3/5 Graham confesses to Lee and Kelly owns up to a deception regarding her pen pal.
8/8 The detective throws a party, inviting all suspects, so he can finally unmask the culprit.
Patrick Wright investigates how bohemians and the military jointly created camouflage.
2/6 Divorced Doug and Molly try changing their least appealing traits. Life isn't that simple.
6/6 Aliens and deja vu. Alex Horne and his band explore miscellaneous, mysterious things.
Soldier Neddie Seagoon heads off to the fort at Waziri, which is drifting into peril.
Poking fun at fireman and hospitals. Sketches from the former Salford sausage maker.
2/8 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
2/6 The duo tells Parky about their strange first meeting. With Michael Parkinson.
2/5 Edwin and Neville attend a dinner hosted by Edwin's guardian Jasper.
An archaeologist is amazed by her nurse's likeness to an Egyptian painting.
1/4 A forensic psychologist tackles a scientist accused of killing her boss.
2/5 Probing a Edinburgh shop theft, Inspector Rebus learns the hi-fi dealer has a steel door.
2/10 Historian Sir David Cannadine enjoys Winston Churchill's prodigious appetite for food.
2/10 After leaving school, an exotic guest back home sparks confusion for Muriel Hammond.
2/5 With his family scattered, Matisse expresses the horror and uncertainty of war in his art.
Sir Paul McCartney reveals his early memories of meeting John Lennon for the first time.
5/8 Izzy faces confusion when fiance Charles takes her to home to the family mansion.
2/6 Simon Mayo discovers which generation is the funniest. With Jon Richardson and Roy Walker.
1/4 Tom Morton meets the daughter of country legend Johnny Cash.
1/6 Dr Jekyll's telling off, and Radio 4's new quiz for pedants.
Jon Holmes chats to Catriona Knox.
1/6 In Mark Evans's Dickensian spoof, even death cannot prevent an old enemy from returning.
Award-winning sketch comedy from out of this world.
Wednesday 18 June 2014