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.
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.
2/4 Mark Radcliffe hosts a prize selection including I'm Sorry I Haven't a Christmas Carol.
The American funny man presents more comedy and music from Tulsa.
Featured is Sam Stoyan reading Marianne Dreams by Catherine Storr.
3/5 Jean Valjean gets nervous about Marius's pursuit of Cosette and an evil plan is hatched.
2/4 Second World War experiences of women in Britain. A mother and a wife face a departure.
3/4 How the Munich Olympics gymnast overshadowed Idi Amin and the Watergate scandal.
Made in Germany in 1908, a rare cinnamon plush bear learns he's about to be auctioned.
3/6 It is crunch time for Izzy, with Bill, Michael and Razors all vying for her attention.
Graeme Garden recalls the saucy comedian, whose slapstick style spelt worldwide fame.
The cheeky schoolboy sets out to clear Grandad's name.
1/13 Old mates Terry Collier and Bob Ferris are suddenly reunited. From July 1975.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Could the do-gooding Time Lord really be a jewel thief? Surely not!
5/6 The Time Lord and Lucie are reunited for a new adventure - separately.
Fresh from 4 - Catch up on the edition first broadcast on 7th November 2008.
3/4 Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?
3/4 The incisive reporter focuses on the joys of lower league soccer.
3/4 MC Auctioneer and surgeon Dr Sweep. It's the surreal world of Miriam Elia.
3/7 Comedienne Jenny Eclair discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton.
Monday 17 November 2008