3/4 The The living fall out while the dead plot revenge in the Reading Room.
4/5 A doctor attends the famous vampire-slayer and hears a deathbed confession.
4/5 Why are the Chittendens so pleased to be rid of their rather splendid miniature mansion?
7/8 With Leo Brent in danger, the debonair detective returns to Canterbury in search of 'Alex'
4/5 Bond is in a delicate position. Could Le Chiffre be right? Should the games end?
4/25 Poorly Fantine fears desertion, while Jean Valjean decides to let God decide his fate.
2/6 The detective investigates the bizarre behaviour of a distinguished scientist.
So cheer yourself up with a bouncing Pope.
4/6 Stuck in concrete and about to be shot, the comedian's life flashes before his eyes.
1/6 The lives of trainee vampire Eloise, boyfriend Wayne and her Transylvanian tutor.
4/6 How will Phil overcome his jealousy while partner Sarah is in Paris? From October 1993.
3/4 Abandoned Mary returns to the Cornish coaching house, where an angry mob confront her.
2/6 Italian exchange student Gian Paolo meets the Conroy family and it is Gay Pride.
6/6 Lucy is thrilled when they are asked to be godparents, but the same can't be said for Dan.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
Hilda fears losing her precious instrument to a musician in need. From May 1983.
4/10 Skunks as pets. Mickey Mouse degrees. The duo are joined by Jo Caulfield.
8/8 All the key suspects are invited to the sleuth's home to uncover the murderer's identity.
5/5 Bond is reunited with Vesper, but it seems the true enemy is much closer to home.
5/25 The Mayor of Montreuil reveals his true identity, while Fantine lies dangerously ill.
3/6 The retired sleuth's beekeeping is put on hold when he hears of a violent death.
4/4 After encountering the brutal wreckers, Mary finally learns who was in charge.
Nicholas Parsons is in charge of Paul Merton, Tony Hawks, Clement Freud and Stephen Fry.
5/10 Convinced that his devious plan will net him a fortune, Martin makes his arrangements.
5/5 Tony Hawks battles to win his bet, to avoid stripping off to sing the Moldavan anthem.
160/216 Murder in the House of Commons and a short lived victory for Wellington.
5/5 Billions of kilometres away in space, two man-made objects send signals back to Earth.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
4/6 Rejected by the bank, the ladies battle on to win the contract. From November 1997.
4/6 Rosie relaunches Radio Gleam in a bid for older listeners and takes pity on a DJ.
4/4 How to get 8000 angry body parts back in their cases before opening time?
5/5 The past misdeeds of the infamous King Henry VIII come back to haunt him.
5/5 Mr Thompson decides to explore the inn where he is staying. Perhaps he shouldn't.
2/5 Back where Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit premiered.
4/4 John Waite investigates the shocking claim that the Cartilages were not a real family.
5/5 The world telephone premiere of Romeo and Juliet. The satirist pokes fun. From March 2004.
5/6 The cult BBC Radio 1 series hits Greenwich University, London.
Saturday 1 November 2008