1/5 Two women take refuge in a remote Scottish country house where a demon awaits them.
Eoin Colfer and Katharine Whitehorn join Sue to discuss their favourite children's books.
1/10 The ex-commando comes across an enemy plot to capture a British secret weapon.
1/10 The Tudor detective desperately seeks clues in the stinking London heat.
Alexander Armstrong examines the impact and popularity of special agent Dick Barton.
1/10 In 1969 London, Bond meets the mysterious and attractive Bryce Fitzjohn.
11/30 How English composer John Dunstable's music travelled to the Burgundy court.
1/5 A lighter look at women reaching their 40s and growing old disgracefully.
1/5 Heston Blumenthal recreates a recipe from the oldest extant cookbook in English.
Epic war drama set in 1918 when the Russian Soviet Republic adopted its first constitution
6/6 Dave Gorman, Susie Dent, Lloyd Langford and Natalie Haynes vie for verbal supremacy.
3/6 Mr Maxwell's attempt to maintain playground law and order lands him in trouble.
3/6 Confusion reigns as the British Embassy prepares a report on the local political outlook.
How hard can it be to talk for 60 seconds with no hesitation, repetition or deviation?
2/10 Our hero learns the true nature of the weapon, and sets off to secure its instructions.
2/10 Cromwell orders Shardlake to track down some Greek Fire, an ancient and deadly weapon.
Paul Merton looks back at the origins and impact of jazz club Ronnie Scott's.
2/8 Faith and teenage son Joe fall out, but is Bill the cause or the cure?
3/6 The local seafarers' pub is serving only coffee. Who better than Milton to sort it out?
2/6 The author is appalled at news of unwelcome dinner companions.
The freezing civil servants head to Wales to tackle a coal shortage.
3/8 Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
3/8 Poet John Hegley entertains an audience with a microphone and a book of verse.
The Board of Agriculture reported a rise in German PoW farm workers from 800 to 10,000.
2/3 Bucharest-based Philip O Ceallaigh reflects on post-boom Ireland.
2/4 Mankind's hero is forced to help a young lad who has lain in a coma for seven years.
2/10 Bond is sent as an undercover journalist to Zanzarim in West Africa.
12/30 The design of the violin was perfected in Cremona around 1700.
2/5 Helen decides it is never too late to embark upon a major business venture.
2/5 Heston recreates a 1430 meat parfait disguised as fruit, first served for Henry IV.
3/6 Sue Perkins with Dave Gorman, Anita Anand, Mark Evans and Jenny Eclair.
3/6 How far will some residents go to make sure that the sale of a certain cottage suceeds?
2/5 Fugitives Kate and Colleen hide from the police, but who is hiding with them?
The New Seekers singer Eve Graham chats to Phil Cunningham about her life.
4/5 Patrick Marber and Peter Curran lie in the darkness, sharing a bunk bed and wondering.
4/4 From popping out to stay in, to the delights of camping, the writer shares life-coach tips
2/6 The Questers must help a village protect itself for the evil bandit king El Maldado.
2/6 Deputy curator Rod holds a museum press conference, and Walter hits on Susie Maltby.
Wednesday 19 September 2018