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4/5 Destruction aboard the ship when Clive 55's thirst for scientific experiment goes wrong.
4/12 Dick starts confusing past and present, but Magnus urges him to increase the dosage.
4/6 As the murder count mounts and the police hunt Richard, there is a discovery in the Thames
4/10 With his son missing and a bogus Lew Griffin at large, the detective takes action.
9/25 Marius learns of his father's bravery at Waterloo and realises he has been living a lie.
1/5 Watson's ex-commanding officer alarms his family due to an interest in spiritualism.
4/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight a forgetful motorcyclist and a haunted pub.
5/6 Choking and ending up in his own gut, the comedian faces an internal examination.
2/6 Trainee Eloise must study for a GCSE in vampirism, and teacher Lucretia is tough.
5/6 Phil's worried that Sarah and Fay are plotting behind his back. From November 1993.
1/3 When a concert party is marooned, the lives of three dissatisfied people are entwined.
3/6 Lovelorn Jason Conroy gets poetic and faces trouble at a gig for some scouts.
1/6 After yet another night on the tiles, Lucy drags Dan to the gym. From June 2002.
Featured is Elizabeth Bower reading The Witch of Wuthery Heights by Wendy Eyton.
A 1953 diary uncovers a meaningful anniversary in Billericay. Stars Dr Evadne Hinge.
5/10 Andy Parsons, Henry Naylor, Richie Webb and Kitty Flanagan bring you sketches and stand up
5/6 With fresh clues on Barbara's history, Rollison is Paris-bound when police stop his car.
5/10 The New Orleans detective is on the trail of a missing teenager. Read by Ray Shell.
10/25 Marius finds student life is happy yet harsh. Valjean and Cosette have a tough dilemma.
2/5 When a leading actor is murdered, the sleuth heads backstage in the world of theatre.
2/3 After three strangers arrive, the marooned concert party start making plans.
Nicholas Parsons is joined by Paul Merton, Clement Freud, Liza Tarbuck and Julian Clary.
10/10 Devious Martin makes a last ditch effort to grab the coveted painting to make his fortune.
5/5 The final chapter, from the News Huddlines to international fame with Absolutely Fabulous.
165/216 The 1820s - a period of reform in working conditions, policing and punishment.
5/5 From a violin to your brain, Ben Silburn traces the journey of an acoustic wave.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/6 The battling school cooks hand in their tender and await the verdict. With Barbara Dickson
5/6 A TV star reaps what she has sown, when Rosie helps launch a new garden centre.
5/5 The crew at last make contact with another race.
5/12 Obsessed with his alternative life, Dick is in no state to deal with Vita and her sons.
3/5 Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit, without the cameras.
1/5 Ivor Cutler's unique views on language, justice and scratching people's backs.
6/6 Revealing all on narcotics and 'Top of the Pops'. From March 2004.
6/6 The cult BBC Radio 1 series hits the BBC Paris Studio in London.
Saturday 8 November 2008