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.
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.
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.
1/2 A terrorist attack kills the bomber, threatening establishment and anarchist circles.
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.
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?
By Jenni Fagan. Story of a young woman on a Scottish island with vengeance on her mind.
David Owen Norris and guests hear James Joyce's favourite songs in his Martello Tower.
1/8 Hannah is driving her mother round the bend and Joe is discovering girls.
2/6 When a new rail line threatens a dormouse, Milton decides it's time to put his foot down.
1/6 The author writes off his car as a result of trying to help wife Diana find inspiration.
The bungling civil servants tackle London's transport congestion. From August 1977.
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.
2/2 What began as an international terrorist bombing outrage resolves into a domestic tragedy.
4/5 A divorced woman tries to break free from the painful ties that bind.
1/2 On the eve of George VI's coronation, a woman is murdered in a London hotel.
7/10 Mr Wickham is getting under Sarah's feet and James' skin.
7/30 The composer Palestrina became accidentally embroiled in the politics of the high church.
2/5 After the excitement of their record deal, Velveteens are back to the realities of life.
2/5 Cixi forms an important political alliance and launches a palace coup.
2/6 Sue Perkins sets moral posers for Josie Long, Owen Jones, Clare Grogan and Andrew Maxwell.
2/6 The debate rages over President Hoover's cottage, and Stumpy collects signatures.
7/10 Now that Morris has come back, Alison is increasingly troubled by a sense of foreboding.
7/10 An unwelcome object reappears, and MacLeod senses Katrina's presence again.
1/8 Phil Cunningham talks to writer and musician Pat Kane of Hue and Cry.
3/5 Patrick Marber and Peter Curran lie in the darkness, sharing a bunk bed and wondering.
3/4 Start naked and pretend to get dressed - bad luck if the taxi comes early.
1/6 The Questers find themselves in the hands of the wildly unpredictable Queen Eleanor.
1/6 With the museum stuck in the past, modernising deputy curator Rod wants to make it sexy.
Wednesday 12 September 2018