3/5 Edna's parallel London life sees a trip to the theatre, or is that untheatre?
1/2 Space adventure set on Mars. The proud inhabitants of a dying city want to go out in style
4/8 The suave sleuth confronts impresario Rupert Dreisler, and fears for his wife's safety.
3/3 Dutch sleuth Van der Valk needs a decoy to tempt Elsa's killer out of hiding.
3/5 Why is Paul's girlfriend Nuala having lunch with his ex? They must be up to something!
5/8 Fever-ridden and hallucinating with a tropical disease, only one man can help the sleuth.
4/6 Wendy adopts a dog which adores her, but hates Robin.
4/6 A revolutionary orator is after more than just Mary's support. From February 2000.
2/6 Tony returns home to Grimedale and discovers how the town has changed. From May 1997.
2/6 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero with Hong Feng Shui and Right Said Freud. From April 2000.
3/3 Richard embarks on a dangerous affair and tragedy strikes the company.
4/8 To steam or not to steam? Sarah and Eleanor argue over potatoes. From February 1989.
4/6 The author and his wife Diana squabble over a lunch date.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
Napoleonic double-doings, while Ron's actions shock Eth and Mr Glum.
1/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis make merry over political blunders and showbiz shenanigans.
5/8 The death toll mounts as the suave sleuth journeys to an island on the River Thames.
1/2 Back from the Crusades, detective monk Brother Cadfael faces treachery.
4/5 Teresa has a problem. Her ex-partner, Nadine, wants to take 'their' son to England.
6/8 Watson hunts a missing aristocrat in Switzerland, but the trail leads to a funeral parlour
1/2 Black teacher Ricardo Braithwaite gets a job in a tough East End school in post-war London
4/5 Clive Anderson is joined by Maureen Lipman, Steve Punt, Dave Quantick and John O'Farrell.
A retired architect recounts his life with his wife and how he almost lost her.
4/5 A forgotten favour turns up on screen, and there are memories of filmmaker David Lean.
149/216 In France the Jacobins storm the Bastille and the Revolutionary War begins.
4/4 Steve Punt on the history of advertising and the gimmicks used to get press coverage.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
4/6 Dan and Lucy have the other-people's-baby blues. Could a night of poker help?
6/6 As Rabbi Abraham struggles after his collapse, Rabbi Su meets a hospital doctor.
4/5 Genuinely faceless bureaucrats threaten to run London, as Edna's mum arrives.
2/2 Fear turns to admiration, as anthropologist Jon learns about his alien captors.
2/6 Confronted with a charging bull, the comedian's life starts flashing before his eyes.
4/5 Doctor Who meets Worzel Gummidge, as Nick Golson and Tim deJongh welcome guest Jon Pertwee
2/6 Stay-at-home dad Phil promises to take Sophie to a local playgroup. From October 1993.
Friday 17 October 2008