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.
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.
5/10 Andy Parsons, Henry Naylor, Richie Webb and Kitty Flanagan bring you sketches and stand up
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.
2/3 After three strangers arrive, the marooned concert party start making plans.
5/6 A TV star reaps what she has sown, when Rosie helps launch a new garden centre.
5/6 The battling school cooks hand in their tender and await the verdict. With Barbara Dickson
Featured is Andrew Dunn reading Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown.
1/3 Miriam Marx Allen tells Tony Staveacre about her unusual relationship with her father.
2/6 The Artful Dodger introduces Oliver to Fagin, who offers an unusual apprenticeship.
The adaptors tell all. Including The Day the Balloon Went Up, Put That Light Out and more.
In Antarctica, geologist Glyn Sherwood makes a discovery about the polar ice caps.
5/6 A top restaurant critic causes island speculation when he books a table at Alberto's cafe.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
More comedy and music from the 'prettiest town' in Abilene, Texas.
Horror film legend Vincent Price gets a chilling invitation to a special costume party.
12/13 Rizla dresses as a woman, but Hugo Rune can't escape his destiny. With David Warner.
Sunday 9 November 2008