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2/6 A dashing male stranger enters a world where human women can no longer have children.
16/17 Bill and Josella take a trip to the beach and ponder their future.
1/5 The Abbey's ill benefactor needs Brother Cadfael's ointment, deadly if ingested.
6/10 The hunt is on for a vital missing witness.
6/20 From Alexander the Third's coronation to encountering China's Dowager Empress.
A young girl's suicide sends the priestly sleuth on an internet murder trail.
2/6 As she settles back into the pub, Nicola struggles to bond with her father Jack.
3/4 Asked to advise on a new cricketing film, the star player causes havoc in Hollywood.
1/4 George and Beverley feign their deaths to see how their children cope without them.
1/6 Ancient Rome provides the setting for a story of intrigue, terror, tyrants and togas.
1/12 The political intrigues of a Victorian family begins with Lady Glencora's search for love.
5/6 The landlady sisters make merry with a Thai takeaway.
3/6 Gathering dust in the British Museum are great lumps of the Republic's heritage.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
3/16 Pertwee's stores requisition spirals out of control.
3/6 The ruling family of Renaissance Italy's puniest city-state introduce a new currency.
2/5 The medieval monk fears the worst over the sickness of Shrewsbury Abbey's benefactor.
7/10 The trial is over, but more trouble seems likely to befall the Frettelby Mansion.
7/20 From quarrelsome fundraising to being affable to bores.
The priest-cum-sleuth gets embroiled in mystery and death on a pot-holing expedition.
2/12 More political and romantic intrigue, with newlyweds and new arrivals Phineas and Laura.
4/8 Albert is laid up in bed, and Harold fears spending the rest of his life looking after him
2/5 Snowball has big plans for a farmyard revolution, but how will fellow pig Napoleon react?
2/8 A boat journey brings some pleasing bonhomie, and Palma impresses. Read by Leonard Pearcey
57/216 How did Richard III come to power, and what happened to the Princes in the tower?
Anton Chekhov and his play The Cherry Orchard are discussed by experts.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/6 An anonymous message for Mr Sims - someone's idea of a joke? Only it's not very funny.
4/4 Victor suffers a bank holiday traffic nightmare. Adapted from TV with Richard Wilson.
3/6 A man loses his identity and ends up in double trouble.
17/17 An unexpected visitor to Shirning threatens to undermine Bill and Josella's future plans.
5/6 Satan has never been to sleep, so Thomas and the Professor try to give him forty winks.
1/4 Comedian Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments using light entertainment.
2/6 The comedian asks exactly who starts rumours? Brendan Burns and Sarah Kennedy help.
2/3 Mark Little continues to trace the history of Australian comedy.
Wednesday 11 June 2008