10/15 As Dr Aziz's trial approaches, Mrs Moore will offer Adela no words of comfort.
26/30 Clare asks why and when the British government got involved in sport.
15/15 Lydia finds a body. Headmistress Sarah Burton must make some decisions.
5/5 Suffering a stroke on stage, Henry Irving dies, but Ellen Terry battles on.
1/4 John Hegley, Barbara Nice, Andrew Lawrence and Scouting for Girls join Arthur Smith.
3/3 Hither and thither were cliches, from 725.
1/4 The thespian sleuth is set to open in the West End - but the real drama happens backstage.
Comedian Jack Dee presents the rags-to-riches story of Britain's most famous glove puppet.
John Durham's fight for the woman he loves sparks a battle with a powerful French family.
4/4 Donald reunites with his childhood love Nancy and old emotions stir.
Setting off to scatter her husband's ashes, a widow discovers more than she bargained for.
6/6 Patrick and Stella find their dream house, but will the children scupper their move?
5/6 A TV star reaps what she has sown, when Rosie helps launch a new garden centre.
Writer Caryl Phillips introduces his 1984 interview with American novelist James Baldwin.
Owen Knowles, Dr Robert Hampson and John Milius discuss the moral ambiguity in this novel.
Climber Stephen Venables recalls Sir Chris Bonington's 1975 expedition to Everest.
Including The Devil to Pay, The Man Who Invented Yesterday and The Bionic Blob.
All-girl band Velveteens are high with excitement as they sign their first record deal.
The crime novelist tells Anthony Clare about his childhood and commitment to writing.
Neddie combs the world for junk, hoping to corner the market and make a packet.
26/26 The platoon is selected to take part in a worldwide radio show.
Building the world's tallest tower, a civil engineer questions his existence.
1/3 Music and comedy - and Keith Moon.
Sunday 3 August 2014