5/5 The crew is brought face-to-face with reality when they reach the end of the universe.
10/12 At Sir Oliver Carminowe's house, Roger visits Isolda and comes up with a daring plan.
4/6 Gillian Selby reveals she no longer requires help from the Honourable Richard Rollison.
10/10 Adrift in New Orleans in search of his son, the detective meets a stranger.
15/25 Love is in the air in the Rue Plumet. But why is Jean Valjean so obsessed with secrecy?
1/5 When a man dies in his Baker Street apartment, the detective feels bound to investigate.
6/10 Overcrowded trains and the savagery of the press. The duo are joined by Sarah Kendall.
4/5 Back where it started out, Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit.
2/5 Ivor Cutler's unique views on how to promote a child's growth.
1/4 Surveyor's clerk Simon tries hard to cover up a huge white lie.
1/6 18th-century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers, produced by Jan Ravens
John Durham's fight for the woman he loves sparks a battle with a powerful French family.
6/6 Rosie Burns faces a fashion show, a potential romance and a parting of the ways.
6/6 Can Bev's battling cooks win their tender for school meals? From November 1997.
Featured is Sam Stoyan reading Marianne Dreams by Catherine Storr.
2/3 Revealing the man behind the greasepaint moustache.
3/6 The rescued orphan's good fortune comes to an end when he's spied by Fagin.
2/4 Mark Radcliffe hosts a prize selection including I'm Sorry I Haven't a Christmas Carol.
When a jockey is framed and loses his licence, he is determined to clear his name.
6/6 It's turnip season on the Scottish Island, and Irene gets an offer she can't refuse.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
The American funny man presents more comedy and music from Tulsa.
Horror legend Vincent Price relates the unnerving tale of a secretary's murderous revenge.
13/13 Can Rizla survive with only a messiah for company? With David Warner and Rupert Degas.
Sunday 16 November 2008