250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition reviewed; Shebeen, a play about the 1950s immigrant community in Nottingham; Will Sharpe of dark comedy Flowers; and Vampyr video game tested. Show more
Arts magazine programme. Samira Ahmed talks to Will Sharpe about Flowers, the surreal Channel 4 sitcom he has written and directed, and in which he stars with Olivia Colman. Show more
After Dirk and Macduff are charged with protecting a valuable humanoid robot, things go wrong when the robot is stolen and they find themselves the prime suspects in a murder case. Show more
Spoof documentary following ageing rock star Brian Pern. Brian reunites with his Thotch bandmates to discuss the making of their first ever jukebox musical, Stowe Boys. Show more
Tokyo detective Kenzo Mori is sent to London to find the brother he thought was dead, now reappeared and wanted for a vicious killing that threatens to tear both cities apart. Show more
As the body count rises in Tokyo, an untouchable Mr Abbot tries to force Kenzo out of London – but he can't go home without Yuto, and has begun to form other attachments.
A reunion is not what Kenzo or Yuto had hoped for. Meanwhile, it is time for the truth to come out as a surprise visitor arrives from Tokyo, and Rodney contends with a shock death.
As the Mori brothers end up on opposite sides of a frantic Soho gun battle, Yuto relives the split-second decisions that brought them all to this point.
In the aftermath of the gunfight, Kenzo has a choice to make - send Yuto home to face certain death or allow the war to continue and destroy the city he is duty-bound to protect.
As the Mori family set aside their conflicts to mourn Hotaka's death, it becomes apparent that everyone has their own demons to face, courage to find or decisions to make. Show more
Ian threatens to hand incriminating photos of Yuto to the police, leaving Kenzo and Sarah divided in stopping him and forcing each to confront the mistakes of their past.
When Jiro kidnaps Taki and threatens to throw her from a rooftop, the Mori brothers must decide what they’re willing to sacrifice in order to save her life.
Comedy. In the year of charter renewal, head of values Ian Fletcher is tasked with identifying what the BBC does best and finding more ways of doing less of it better. Show more
Comedy. Having dismissed the idea of losing gardening programmes as a way of saving money, the Renewal Team propose the cutting of the BBC Big Swing Band. Show more
Comedy. Claudia Winkleman is set to present On Your Bike but the deal is jeopardised with the news that an almost identical format has been developed and offered to Amanda Holden. Show more