Will wakes to find he has travelled 100 years into the future, to a post-capitalist London
4/4 When dad builds a budgerigar aviary , the birds' behaviour turns alarming.
A restaurant incident may break Richard Fallon MP's run of no reality TV embarrassments.
The artist Ken Howard RA chooses music by Jelly Roll Morton and Richard Wagner.
The former chair of the National Trust takes a short voyage to explore Brownsea Island.
Phil Daniels remembers The Who's drummer Keith Moon, who died on 7 September 1978.
Young couple Phil and Cath attempt to impose order on their tiny flat.
Elbow frontman Guy Garvey explores the development of the musical encore.
The life of female impressionist painter Berthe Morisot.
A pub landlord vividly recalls meeting an ageing actor upset about his looks.
When Songs of Praise comes to town, Sophie sees a career opportunity.
Shopkeepers Gert and Daisy get a large dog that doesn't understand English.
Eth wants a busier social life, while Jim and Bentley go to the ballet.
Author Jan Morris keeps a poignant and amusing diary of her daily thoughts.
Two ten-year-olds who do not let being in a wheelchair get in the way of fun and activity.
From Bach to Sibelius, Armando Iannucci makes his castaway choices.
4/8 Radiolab dives into the messy mystery in the middle of us. What's going on down there?
1/2 Radio producer Juliet is about to spy a familiar face in the crowd.
2/5 Lemn Sissay visits pubs with the Queen's name. Violence breaks out in London.
The dramatised events surrounding the inspiration behind Dostoyevsky's novel 'The Gambler'
Daljit Nagra talks to Catherine Heaney about her father. Plus 'North' with Seamus Heaney.
2/2 Dare and the crew assist allies to thwart the evil Mekon, who plots revenge on Venus.
In Corsica, Sir John Rowell awaits his nemesis, alongside a gruesome reminder of Africa.
4/6 Dave's domestic life is still upside down, and so his dad arrives to offer advice.
4/6 It's a right royal knockabout as Henry VIII wants a son.
Poet and comic Tim Key tries to find out what makes a great literary opening line.
1/6 Beauty Olonga is a carer and a self-appointed inspiration.
Monday 10 September 2018