3/10 Collette wants Alison to write a book, but her childhood memories are too disturbing.
3/10 Andrew MacLeod is taken to Africa, where he is horrified to hear a voice from his past.
2/6 Mark Radcliffe profiles the diminutive entertainer who starred as a schoolboy on radio.
3/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo faces more pressure to kill the shadowy Charles Allweather.
Three musicians explore the rugged terrain of Shetland in search of the quail.
3/10 Sarah notices that the presence of the militia makes James uncomfortable.
3/30 In courts and great houses, the troubadours wrote secular songs of love and jealousy.
3/5 Berthe poses for a portrait by Manet, but his admiration for a rival painter is growing.
3/5 A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits.
3/4 Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris
6/6 With Francis Wheen, Fred Housego, Carmen Callil and Victoria Glendinning.
1/6 A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains is not what he expected
6/6 There's mutiny in the air as Tommy and Sheila set off on their cruise.
2/3 Storyteller Sarah Kendal returns with more hilarious, gripping and moving stories.
4/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo makes a decision about his target Charles Allweather.
How an ancient stone inscription came to the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul.
1/4 Molly and Doug separate, but he is only a few streets away. Can they make a clean break?
2/6 Peter is forced to visit town, leaving his hopelessly out-of-touch deputy Julian in charge
6/8 Jim Hacker tries to excavate himself from problems with badgers.
Neddie Seagoon is Samuel Pepys and he is having trouble with a flea called Francoise.
2/6 James Walton quizzes Sebastian Faulks, John Walsh, Peter Kemp and Miles Kington.
5/6 The landlady sisters make merry with a Thai takeaway.
4/4 Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.
2/5 A young man comes to understand the allure and the disappointment of New York.
Only an arranged marriage will allow the great composer and organist Buxtehude to retire.
4/10 Sarah is charmed by the Bingleys' footman. James and Mrs Hill have reason to be worried.
4/30 The Burgundy Court was influenced by the musical style of England's John Dunstable.
4/5 Paris is overrun with militia preparing for the forthcoming war with Prussia.
4/5 Criminal poisoning in the 19th century was remarkably easy.
4/10 Princess Diana's fatal crash means a busy time for Alison and her fellow psychics.
4/10 Now back in Scotland, MacLeod becomes increasingly dependent on Mylne's support.
8/9 Cerys Matthews on why 12th-century nun Hildegard von Bingen qualifies as a great life.
6/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward.
5/6 The duo tell Parky about their lean years.
Rob Deering chats to Matt Green.
3/6 A security breach at Bletchley Park puts the wartime code-breakers under suspicion.
Surreal comedy in which a trio of 'posties' get embroiled in escapades.
Friday 7 September 2018