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.
The life of female impressionist painter Berthe Morisot.
A pub landlord vividly recalls meeting an ageing actor upset about his looks.
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.
When Songs of Praise comes to town, Sophie sees a career opportunity.
By Benjamin Markovits. Story of a lonely man struggling with recent mysterious events.
David Owen Norris and guests listen to Shakespeare's favourite songs in the Swan Theatre.
2/6 Eastern Bloc dissidents seeking refuge descend on the British Embassy.
How hard can it be to talk for 60 seconds with no hesitation, repetition or deviation?
Surprises are in store as the lad heads back for prize-giving day at his old school.
9/13 The pier's costume party is going well, until Pike brings a piano.
5/6 Milton Jones, Natalie Haynes, Lloyd Langford and Robin Ince vie for verbal supremacy.
2/6 A big fundraising concert is planned, and there's a Russian supply teacher on the way.
1/2 A terrorist attack kills the bomber, threatening establishment and anarchist circles.
3/5 A young girl makes the ultimate sacrifice to save her guilt-ridden brother.
The story of what drove pilot Amy Johnson to take up flying, and her disappearance.
6/10 The day after the Bingleys' ball, everyone is feeling unsettled, including Sarah.
6/30 During the Reformation, Martin Luther harnessed secular songs for religious music.
1/5 It's 1989, and all-girl rock band Velveteens sign their first record deal.
1/5 Jung Chang's biography of the woman who single-handedly dragged China into modernity.
6/10 Alison sees an opportunity finally to lay the evil ghosts of her past to rest.
6/10 MacLeod sees chilling photos of occult influence and fears for his family and friends.
Literary journalist John Mullan and novelist Tessa Hadley join host Sue MacGregor.
6/8 The couples go on a date night together, and Evan is a surprise convert to French cinema.
2/8 Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Simon Evans.
2/8 Poems from the Luton Laureate including tales of the Tate, a jumble sale and an armadillo.
Tuesday 11 September 2018