Gerald and Phrynne are at a seaside resort where the church bells won't stop ringing.
The wireless age of Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen. Stuart Maconie on British comedy duos.
3/5 Xavier March probes the deaths of senior party officials in Hitler's post-war Germany.
David Grant revisits a unique era in British music when jazz funk exploded onto the scene.
8/10 An inspector from the Ghana Police Force warns Jack to watch his back.
3/5 Does colour change the way we feel and behave? Tracey Logan investigates.
8/10 Something is very wrong with Shirley, but she refuses to tell anybody what ails her.
3/5 The family is now homeless but Penelope is determined to rebuild their lives.
Mrs Mantrip hopes that a new neighbour won't lower the tone of her beloved Durham Square.
2/6 Martin Young's quiz. With Francis Wheen, Fred Housego, Amanda Foreman and Maria McErlane.
3/4 Simon is sure he knows what his family are up to behind his back. Things are falling apart
4/6 Can a tribe of African pygmies be persuaded to endorse Tommy and Sheila's CD?
Sitcom starring Jocelyn Jee Esien about a youth group leader called Joy.
4/5 As the 75th birthday of Adolf Hitler nears, detective Xavier March hits trouble.
Joe Farrell lays out the story of the fork.
1/6 Newly redundant Ken is drawn into the tempting world of gambling.
Hardacre gets a visit from an old friend while Teddy develops an obsession with thrillers.
Jim Hacker shuns Sir Humphrey's advice over dodgy weapon dealing.
The Romans hit Britain, but Seagoon, Eccles and Bluebottle are off to Rome's Colosseum.
4/10 Brainteasers galore with Chris Maslanka, William Hartston and Professor Angela Newing.
1/4 Deadline looming, lovelorn romance writer Anna has met a real-live man.
Susan Leg wants to keep her neighbours guessing about 'Rudolf da Vinci'.
4/5 Evelyn is gravely ill and only Dr Dorn can save her.
Artistic tensions surface as composers Philip Glass and Steve Reich share a day job.
9/10 Can Jack and Mai ever regain the love they once had for each other?
4/5 Tracey Logan visits a traditional dye house in Leeds to see how they create colour.
9/10 Shirley and Caroline stay awake all night waiting to hear whether Robert will survive.
4/5 For her second novel, The Bookshop, Penelope relives memories of Southwold.
A stranger on a train reveals his secret. 1901 anti-war story with a disturbing vision.
Actress Emma Kennedy chooses the life of the American comedienne Gracie Allen.
2/9 Short-form show from the same team behind the long-running Newsjack.
2/8 From Egypt to origami, the National Theatre of Brent has the definitive history of Earth.
Rob Deering is joined by Ray Bradshaw.
1/5 Thomas Hardy's exciting idea to make his books even sadder.
3/4 It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool! Satirical British history.
Friday 2 November 2018