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.
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.
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.
4/4 Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.
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.
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
5/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo comes face-to-face with his mysterious nemesis at last.
Katie Derham discovers what it is like for an artist to perform for a leading VIP.
5/6 The old rogue's plot to be alone with Nancy gets a boost from father.
2/4 Michael Frayn's brilliantly funny view of our world. With Joanna Lumley and Tom Hollander.
5/13 The wonderful Radio Prune becomes a musical station with Dave 'the Rave' Hatch.
4/13 Unleashed on the patients, the medics are unprepared for the formidable Sister Virtue.
4/6 Elis James, Jon Richardson, Lloyd Langford and Chris Corcoran join Rhod Gilbert's quiz.
2/6 Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th-century Cornish smugglers try to outwit customs officers.
The diary doings of Charles Pooter, a London clerk and his long-suffering wife Carrie.
Amanda Litherland is joined by David McGuire to recommend the best podcasts.
5/10 An invitation from Netherfield means that Sarah can better get to know Ptolemy.
5/30 Music and the arts were beginning to celebrate man as well as God.
5/5 The first impressionist exhibition finally opens, and Berthe has to face her critics.
5/5 A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits.
5/10 A violent blast from Alison's past appears, and drastic measures are needed to escape.
5/10 MacLeod witnesses a mysterious ceremony in a former church and meets with a friend's widow
8/10 It's the turn of the audience to question Edwyn Collins about his album Gorgeous George.
2/4 Indian students on a gap year enjoy England's smell, and that's just at Heathrow Airport.
Arthur Smith chats to Jake Yapp.
5/6 At a Life Editing course, local government officer Martin aims to start saying 'no'.
3/6 Will Sir Lord Knight's campaign over the danger of ads do the business? From May 1987.
Saturday 8 September 2018