1/5 Two women take refuge in a remote Scottish country house where a demon awaits them.
1/10 A chilling vision of a dystopian world of female oppression. Offred looks to her future.
2/10 Offred ponders an offer made by her doctor. Read by Buffy Davis.
1/5 Redundant pitman turned sleuth Stephen J Blackburn is embroiled with Hungarian exiles.
1/5 The writer is recruited by Britain's Secret Service.
6/10 Doctor's wife Emma Bovary plans to elope with her lover Rodolphe.
Polly seeks help from an enigmatic customer in a London teahouse over her friend's killing
3/5 Aspiring singer-songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves. With Patrick Moore.
3/6 The author needs a new roof, so his agent sorts him a pitch to write for TV. From 2005.
5/6 As the writer gets a lucky Hollywood break, his geraniums are terrorised by an old foe.
3/6 The life of young Billy at his Victorian boarding school. From July 1995.
1/3 Julius seeks senate leaders Cicero and Cato's support to shake up the rule of Rome.
6/6 The Chester-Perry buying clerk plots his summer holiday.
5/10 Clearing out the cellar, Audrey finds more than she had bargained for.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Povey decides that the Island is an ideal spot to test a new gun firing mechanism.
1/6 The famed improvisation game with Lenny Henry, Dawn French, John Sessions and Stephen Fry.
2/5 When a woman suspects her husband's having an affair, she calls in Stephen J Blackburn.
2/5 The agent is called to see dying Miss King, who's desperate to impart information.
7/10 Doctor Bovary takes convalescing Emma to the theatre in Rouen, and a chance meeting.
A ragged old customer applies his uncanny deductive powers to a bookmaker's murder.
2/3 As Julius's appointed heir, young Octavian used his legendary skills to outwit enemies.
Arriving home late, Al's wife thwarts his efforts to relax.
2/8 When the hero finds his chum missing from the aerodrome, he clashes with the evil McBain.
2/5 In 1952, John Gielgud travelled to Hollywood to star in Julius Caesar. Derek Jacobi reads.
97/216 During the Jacobite rebellion, William III faced frequent skirmishes in Scotland.
2/5 Julian Richards looks back at quarrying for Portland stone and its royal connections.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
7/8 Who'd be a crime reporter? Young Rafat learns the hard way. Starring Karl Howman.
Pike and Hodges campaign to save the pier, while Uncle Arthur upsets Mavis. From Jan 1984.
2/5 Fugitives Kate and Colleen hide from the police, but who is hiding with them?
3/10 Offred sees how non-conformists are treated and begins her duty as surrogate child-bearer.
4/10 Offred sees her friend give birth, evoking memories of her feminist mother.
3/6 Radical proposals to improve our lives, with the comedian's legal shake-up. From 1992.
1/6 Surreal zookeepers Howard and Vince spring into action to catch some animal thieves.
4/5 Poet and composer Ivor Cutler on bargain hunting, water flowers and 'Beelyploomkins.'.
5/5 Surreal songs and poems on such topics as grass seed, mud and digging ditches.
Wednesday 6 August 2008