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.
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.
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.
2/2 What began as an international terrorist bombing outrage resolves into a domestic tragedy.
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.
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.
By Helen Oyeyemi. Office politics turn dark when a newcomer's handbag is upturned.
Pauline Black meets some of the women in the vanguard of punk and new wave.
1/4 Can jobless and loveless Angus rekindle a relationship despite the barriers of technology?
3/3 Storyteller Sarah Kendal returns with more hilarious, gripping and moving stories.
The floor of Murray's cabin is bare - and Phillips wants it to stay that way.
Monsieur Kenneth Horne hits Paris, and Hornerama reports on motoring.
1/6 With Alex Horne, Lucy Beaumont, John Finnemore and Jack Dee. David Mitchell hosts.
2/6 A school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy, while teenage tearaways terrorise residents.
Epic drama, Home Front, returns to Devon for its penultimate season.
5/5 The hedonistic antics of an old friend challenge a married couple's complacency.
2/2 Dr Gideon Fell's murder investigation reaches its climax.
8/10 Sarah wants to spread her wings, but leaving James is hard.
8/30 Uncle and nephew Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli wrote music that filled St Mark's Basilica.
3/5 Beth hangs out with a rival band's lead singer, leaving with new ideas of how to proceed.
3/5 Cixi adopts the three-year-old son of her sister and names him Emperor.
8/10 Alison is invited to take part with her fellow mediums in a Team Psychics show.
8/10 Voices from beyond the grave. MacLeod finds he is not alone and may have a useful ally.
3/6 Mark Radcliffe reviews the career of the Mancunian wordsmith.
3/4 Agony aunt Sarah tackles a clown with a secret, and do age-gap relationships work?
4/6 Suffragettes split the family, sparking drama at the races.
5/5 Spin doctors Prentiss and McCabe are challenged to boost public opinion about men.
Thursday 13 September 2018