When war breaks, translator Harry Chase vows to help his Polish lover Kasia flee Warsaw, but how will he explain this to his sweetheart Lois, waiting for him at home in Manchester? Show more
A month after the outbreak of war, Warsaw is unrecognisable, while Manchester, on the surface, appears very much the same. Will there be a warm welcome home for Harry? Show more
With the gaming final looming, Jamie faces a huge choice: does he want to be a footballer or a football gamer? And can Dillon reveal his secret to the others?
Urban myths of true-ish celeb stories retold as TV drama; Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon on new book Moonglow; Opera North's The Snow Maiden; and presidents on film. Show more
Brian Cox on playing Churchill, Sophia McDougall reviews The Barbican's sci-fi exhibition, Helen McCrory on her role in Fearless and Adam Smith on re-booting film franchises. Show more
The stars of Nordic noir TV series The Bridge, the strange case of RS Thomas and the crisp packet, novelist Jonathan Lethem on the history of the Communist party in the USA. Show more
Arts news. Ridley Scott's Exodus reviewed, the phenomenon of the Serial podcasts, Phillip Breen on The Shoemaker's Holiday, and Quvenzhane Wallis and director Will Gluck on Annie. Show more
John Wilson talks to Barney Hoskyns about his book on Woodstock - the town, not the festival, and The Killing director Birger Larsen discusses new BBC Two drama Murder. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson, including Amy Poehler on Pixar's new film Inside Out, two Syrian musicians on working in exile and a review of Agatha Christie drama Partners in Crime. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson, including Tracey Thorn on her new compilation of solo work, ITV's new drama Jekyll and Hyde reviewed and playwright Howard Brenton on Magna Carta. Show more
Juliet Stevenson, Niamh Cusack and Michelle Terry on playing Rosalind, Timbuktu reviewed by Lindsey Hilsum, the economics of literary festivals and remakes of films from the 1980s. Show more
Arts news with Kirsty Lang. Michael Bond on Paddington Bear, Lloyd Newson of DV8 on his new work John, and Laura Poitras on Citizenfour, her documentary about Edward Snowden. Show more
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones on The Theory of Everything, soprano Renee Fleming on her new album, Billie Whitelaw remembered, and the dark side of Christmas films. Show more
John Agard explains why water and cricket inspire his poetry, David Walliams in Big School, crime novelist CJ Sansom on Doctor Who, and films you can't watch. Mark Lawson presents. Show more
Roddy Doyle on the return of his character Jimmy Rabbitte in his new novel The Guts, Liola at the National Theatre reviewed, and director Josie Rourke shares her Cultural Exchange. Show more
Robert Pattinson on his new film Good Time, Ian McMillan on writing a libretto in the South Yorkshire accent, and the winner of the Goldsmiths Prize is revealed. Show more
Costume drama. Mrs General starts her campaign to woo Mr Dorrit, Fanny turns the full beam of her attention on Sparkler, and Mr Dorrit receives an unwelcome reminder of his past. Show more
The new Doctor has 20 minutes to save the world, and only Amy Pond - the girl who waited - can help him.
The Doctor, River Song and Amy hunt the last of the Weeping Angels through the terrifying Maze of the Dead.
Surrounded by an army of Weeping Angels, the Doctor must escape through the forest vault before facing a final, petrifying challenge...