5/5 By Lavinia Greenlaw. Haunting story about the chaos of a disintegrating relationship.
Jennifer Saunders picks music from Spike Milligan and Kate and Anna McGarrigle.
5/5 Sam is besieged by desperate wives whose men fought at sea for no money.
5/5 In the final years of her reign, Elizabeth begins to lose her grip on matters at court.
Paul Merton chats to Nicholas Parsons about his 47-year, 900-show stint.
5/5 Michael Cashman discusses the explosive moment when the UK saw its first TV gay kiss.
5/5 The Belgian sleuth battles to reveal the identity of the desert murderer.
2/2 Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee visit Saumur and Chinon on the trail of Prosper Merimee.
What happens when the world wide web gets a life of its own?
5/5 When a barber gets his last customer of the day, the conversation turns to friendship.
Compulsive talker Ernest seeks reassurance from a protective nurse.
8/8 Eleanor wants a video player, but how can she raise the cash?
1/6 At a bandmate's funeral, musicians Roy and George face up to their own mortality.
An actor's obsession with a bizarre Victorian murder sparks a deadly confrontation.
2/6 John Rawling recalls a dramatic game of rugby between Scotland and Wales.
The writer selects tracks by Joan Sutherland and Bob Dylan.
Dominic Sandbrook tells the story of how British radio began.
Eddie presents selected shows what he wrote, including Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show.
Comedy about two old flatmates who meet once a month for lunch.
Chris Froome picks music from the Beatles and Johnny Clegg.
1/6 As a newspaper editor, how might Charles Dickens have covered an old enemy's return?
Neddie Seagoon poses as a 6,000-year-old man to resurrect his rock 'n' roll career.
3/5 The showbiz veteran relates a calamitous tale of a double act gone wrong.
6/6 The comedian and obsessive sports fan meets the commentator in the tag-team talk show.
2/2 A hunted motorist is forced to become the hunter in a deadly, primordial duel.
2/2 Psychiatrist Rosa Sobel makes a shocking discovery about the organisation she works for.
3/4 There's a riot going on... topical! Nick tackles a full-on student protest.
3/4 The controversial host meets a balloon-twisting preacher and a woman who hates Belgians.
Arthur Smith chats to double act Cardinal Burns.
5/5 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward.
2/4 The music hall artiste and OAP raps with beat boxer Shlomo, probing buzz words.
2/6 Simon Day and David Soul star in this late-night series of fantastical comedy apocalypses.
Sunday 28 September 2014