5/5 The children are convinced the man from the BBC will help them. But is he what he seems?
Vast computer Multivac runs global affairs, but can it explain man's sense of humour?
2/7 After another killing, Lord Peter Wimsey questions an evasive would-be divorcee.
5/10 A encounter with Captain Foulkes in London leads to robbery on the way back to the marsh.
20/20 Isabel joins her dying cousin Ralph in London, and she contemplates her future.
12/12 At last, the Son of Man returns. Dorothy L Sayers' plays on the life of Jesus Christ.
6/6 Robin is soaking. Derek is excited. Maureen is furious. Whatever next?
3/5 Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit, without the cameras.
2/6 Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.
4/6 William Shakespeare's brother a jazz musician? The play's the thing. From May 1994.
2/2 A ball, a picnic and a marriage proposal. Two new arrivals threaten Emma's composure.
Eleanor has a strict Christmas Day timetable. Will it be kept to? Starring Prunella Scales
4/6 An unexpected death makes all the islanders question their priorities.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Another chance to hear the omnibus episodes of the drama set in a busy medical practice.
The author chats to the man who brought her creation to the BBC airwaves, John Tydeman.
Join Nicholas Parsons and a host of panellists for a special show from 2003.
Raymond Chandler's private eye is led on a manhunt deep into Hollywood's gritty underworld
The civil servants play cupid for Mildred and spark mayhem with their requisitions.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
The American funny man hosts his seasonal special from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. From 2007.
1/3 The Federation thinks it has seen the last of outlaw Roj Blake when he's framed and exiled
Sunday 23 December 2007