Andrew Marr is joined by first minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, leader of Scottish Conservatives Ruth Davidson and actors Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham. Show more
Self-styled 'old battleaxe' Barbara befriends new fellow teacher, Sheba, but feels betrayed when the younger woman has an affair with an underage pupil. Starring Judi Dench. Show more
The alethiometer sends Lyra and Iorek on a new path, leading to a shocking but vital clue in her search to find her friend Roger and the other missing children.
Lyra discovers the horrific truth behind the Gobblers' activities in the North. She must use all her wits to help free those around her and avoid suffering a terrible fate.
Samira Ahmed talks to Anne-Marie Duff and Marianne Elliot about staging DH Lawrence plays, plus a look at The Affair on television and a new film of Under Milk Wood. Show more
Clive Anderson and Tom Allen are joined by Ian Rankin, Anne-Marie Duff, Richard Gadd and James Grieve for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. Show more
Romantic drama based on a novel by Ian McEwan. Young graduates from different social classes get married after an intense but non-physical affair, but the honeymoon proves to be a huge challenge. Show more
The Skripals and DS Bailey fight to survive, and Tracy and the emergency services try to locate the source of the nerve agent to prevent further casualties.
CID officer Nick Bailey’s condition worsens as Tracy struggles to protect local residents against the numerous deposits of Novichok being found across the city.
Several months later, the city is starting to forget and heal - until a scavenged perfume bottle leads to tragic consequences for Dawn and Charlie.
Jane Garvey reflects on the women who have spoken out in 2017 and the issues they have brought to the fore. Show more
Award-winning novelist Meg Rosoff explores the relationship between art and the unconscious mind as she attempts to unlock the secrets of the creative brain. Show more
Anne-Marie Duff on O'Neill's play Strange Interlude, the winner of the Women's Prize for Fiction, the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, and Sarah Hall on Blade Runner. Show more
Drama based on events in the life of Margot Fonteyn. Fonteyn (Anne-Marie Duff) faces a crisis in her marriage and retirement as a prima ballerina, but then Rudolf Nureyev arrives. Show more
An exciting story read by a special guest. Anne-Marie Duff reads Don't Call Me Sweet, by Smriti Prasadam-Halls and Angie Rozelaar. Show more
Anne-Marie Duff reads an adaptation of 'Thumbelina' by Hans Christian Andersen
Anne-Marie Duff reads an adaptation of 'The Little Mermaid' by Hans Christian Andersen
Anne-Marie Duff reads Dino-Mummy, by Mark Sperring. Dino-Mummy tells the tale of a very special dinosaur.
An exciting story read by a special guest. Anne-Marie Duff reads Pip and Posy: The Bedtime Frog, by Axel Scheffler.