5/6 The captive crew discover what the aliens want from them - and Chipper causes concern.
5/8 Having infiltrated a secret masked ball, Fridolin is discovered and must face his hosts.
5/5 The detective finds inspiration in the words of a psalm sung by the village choir.
5/10 A encounter with Captain Foulkes in London leads to robbery on the way back to the marsh.
20/30 Wackford Squeers has a shocking revelation for Smike.
5/5 With the culmination of his life's work, the detective prepares for his greatest adversary
4/6 Hidden phone masts and how to get a cheap haircut. The comic duo are joined by Nina Wadia.
2/6 The Kiwi parody band aim for UK fame. Improvised by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.
2/4 Ninety-something good-time girl Dora Dale dishes the dirt on her celeb chums.
5/6 A people-eating blob starts rampaging through the capital. From December 1991.
3/3 As Porfiry Petrovich closes in, a desperate Raskolnikov finds an unexpected source of hope
4/6 Rosie discovers that a Russian dance troop isn't quite what it seems. From January 2002.
8/8 Bertie turns into a romantic novelist (again) when his chum falls in love (again).
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The 'Hancock's Half Hour' stalwart chats about his career and his contemporaries.
The actress selects include Arthur Smith Sings Leonard Cohen, Life with Lederer and more.
Miss Marple must solve the mystery of a woman's flashback before a murderer strikes again.
6/8 Charles and George's new business course sets tongues wagging.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
11/13 The voice invites the crew to meet him, but Lemmy is soon terrified.
12/13 After travelling through time, could Jet Morgan and his crew be bound for home at last?
13/13 After blasting off, Jet and his crew try to make sense of their mammoth trip through time.
5/13 Rune and Rizla collect the tea-flavoured tears of a magical statue. With David Warner.
Sunday 21 September 2008