You can still listen to BBC iPlayer Radio via your browser by visiting bbc.co.uk/radio
4/5 Destruction aboard the ship when Clive 55's thirst for scientific experiment goes wrong.
9/12 Wrestling with his guilt, Dick empties the laboratory of all evidence.
4/5 Just as one mystery is cleared up, the spinster sleuth becomes involved in another.
9/10 A series of armed robberies reminds Inspector Resnick of previous crimes.
19/20 With Lydgate's reputation in tatters, Dorothea is determined to clear his name.
Leni makes a surprising discovery at the pool in this drama about the loss of a baby.
3/6 Change is all around, but Lucy doesn't realise that Daniel can't keep secrets.
6/8 The station pays tribute to the sensational life of celebrated actor Sir John Lesley.
4/8 Cricketing bickering - and a telephone moan. From September 1986.
2/6 Alan Partridge is at the Olympics. Barbara Wintergreen is in America.
9/10 1812. Napoleon arrives, Pierre is imprisoned, and dying Andrei is reunited with Natasha.
10/10 Stationmaster Hepplewhite is warned to expect a VIP, but events take a surprising turn.
6/6 Phyllis King and Ivor Cutler present offbeat humorous songs, stories and poems. From 1990.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
13/26 Walker and Godfrey get trapped in a pumping station and so do their rescuers.
3/6 Stephen Fry serves up more witty banter and sketches, with Hugh Laurie and Jim Broadbent.
5/5 The police ask spinster sleuth Jane Marple to take part in a little experiment.
10/10 A series of armed robberies reminds Inspector Resnick of earlier crimes.
20/20 Dorothea discovers the truth from Mrs Lydgate, and Ladislaw considers his future.
Beth has always looked after her drunken father. When he dies, she discovers herself.
10/10 1812. Napoleon's dream of conquest turns to nightmare - and his army is forced to retreat.
2/4 Ian McMillan and guests play games celebrating vintage comedy.
Gerda and Pam are two women who find themselves emotionally frozen in the past.
5/5 What happens when you give an inventor time, space and financial support?
5/5 As the otter basks in the sun, a pack of hounds catch his scent, sparking a great chase.
5/5 Playwright and novelist John Mortimer ponders what it actually means to 'make a fuss'.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
7/8 Faith is not impressed to discover what Bill's mum thinks about her.
9/10 With news of a New Year's Honour for a villager, Audrey is nice to Devere.
5/5 The crew at last make contact with another race.
10/12 At Sir Oliver Carminowe's house, Roger visits Isolda and comes up with a daring plan.
3/4 Bhangraman must save the world, plus the downside of keeping a cow as a family pet.
6/6 The duo desperately seek inspiration for the final script of their series. From 2000.
3/4 Is it the end for detective Rutherford Lodge? From January 2007.
Saturday 23 February 2008