Crocodiles, a sanctuary and perfect blue dunes spell trouble for the time travellers.
4/6 Monks and crocodiles - an average day for the Time Lord.
2/5 Determined to rescue Fantine's child Cosette, Jean Valjean begins a new life in Paris.
1/4 Poignant Second World War experiences of women in Britain, starting with a soldier's wife.
2/4 How an epic Wimbledon final sidelined Ronald Reagan and spiralling unemployment.
Fresh from 4 - Catch up on the edition first broadcast on 31st October 2008.
2/4 Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.
2/4 The incisive reporter on the pros and cons of bank holidays.
2/4 Ever tried storming a bouncy castle? Welcome to the surreal world of Miriam Elia.
2/7 Comedian and TV panellist Andy Parsons chats to Bruce Morton about his career.
Robin Boyle recalls those who entertained the nation during the Second World War.
The cheeky schoolboy's log cabin faces demolition when a new neighbour moves in.
Puntastic sketches with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, John Junkin and guest Terry Wogan.
Featured is Peter Darney reading Mercedes Ice by Philip Ridley.
After defeat at the hands of Cambridge, Neddie Seagoon seeks his gameful revenge.
1/4 Reporter David Lander investigates whether we really need the new 'Sea Snake' torpedo.
6/6 Can the Honourable Richard Rollison solve the mystery and reveal the murderer's identity?
6/10 As the New Orleans detective's investigations continue, he reflects on meeting Deborah.
11/25 Valjean is nervous about Marius' pursuit of Cosette. Joss Ackland stars.
3/5 A metal object found in a dead man's stomach gives the sleuth a vital murder clue.
3/3 As the concert party hits rock bottom, will their manager Miss Trant pull the plug?
70s radio explained by Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Cleese, Graeme Garden, David Hatch.
1/10 Amir spends his childhood in Kabul playing with the son of the Hazara servant.
1/5 The former TV war reporter describes life as an Independent MP for Tatton.
166/216 The story of a divisive MP, revolution in Spain and independence in South America.
1/5 Danny Danziger explores the wealth of treasures held in the vast collections.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
2/6 The highlight of the cultural week in Ballylenon is a 'gramophone record recital'.
6/6 Father enjoys a remarkable recovery, while Nancy makes a big decision over the old rogue.
1/5 Captain Gordon Taylor hits trouble over a failing call centre.
6/12 Dick, Vita and family set sail across the bay to Chapel Point. Read by Julian Wadham.
3/6 Making tricky phone calls for his punters - including the fate of London Zoo.
4/6 A bunch of Star Trek fans beam in for a sci-fi convention.
4/6 No one in Microcosm notices that the quiz show Narrator has gone missing.
Tuesday 11 November 2008