5/5 After a summons from Willy Blunt, Judith heads back to see him after 27 years apart.
5/5 Sam is anxious about confronting his benefactor Lord Sandwich.
5/10 After the 'break-in', Anna adjusts to life in the rabbit house with Katri and Mats.
2/6 Sue Perkins grills Simon Pegg, David Quantick, Peter Baynham and Richard Herring.
2/5 Sir Alec Jeffreys speaks about his eureka moment when he discovered DNA fingerprinting.
10/10 Brook and Max get moving on the Kemp case. Meanwhile, the Clark case reopens.
Rory Bremner examines the technology of speaker recognition and voice verification.
4/4 Engaged to Cecil but haunted by her dreams of George, Lucy Honeychurch feels muddled.
5/5 Everyone loves Lucio. Don't they?
Tensions flare when Peggy Guggenheim and her daughter spend the summer together in Venice.
5/8 Sarah and her mother disagree over house tidiness, until a visitor arrives.
4/6 There's a strange man around. Why is he interested in the catering team's van?
The turbulent marriage of young poet TS Eliot and the charismatic Vivienne Haigh-Wood.
Ian Hislop finds out why Victorian women wrote so many famous hymns.
A cast of musicians, writers and poets reflect as Bob Dylan turns 70.
Novelist, TV critic and comedian Grace Dent takes command.
2/2 It is 1540, and London is in a heatwave. Stars Justin Salinger.
The singer selects Waterloo Sunset by the Kinks and A Whiter Shade of Pale by Procol Harum
4/6 A gym death sees Baldi probe a link between fitness fanaticism and mediaeval theology.
5/10 Sheepish looks all round when Bert considers becoming a hairdresser.
6/13 Medic Simon Sparrow breaks hospital rules by flirting with a pretty new nurse.
4/4 Extend civilian partnerships to straight couples, and ban traffic during the rush hour.
5/6 The captive crew discover what the aliens want from them, and Chipper causes concern.
5/6 Edna and Tankerton return to her home town and attend a fete worse than death.
5/5 Spotting a monkey, the comedian is having a bad hair day in the incredible humidity.
4/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist explains how mankind makes society function.
2/4 The radical comedian proposes a new way to rescue radio and telly from an all-time low.
3/4 Should Page 3 models be celebrated or consigned to history's dustbin?
Sunday 7 September 2014