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Even horror legend Vincent Price can't face the meal that is placed before him.
1/2 The driver of a huge truck plays deadly games with an innocent motorist.
Trouble abounds when Neil Griffon takes over his stricken father's racing stables.
1/3 A selection of notes from the reclusive PG Wodehouse to his beloved step-daughter Leonora.
Including The Last Goon Show of All and Excerpts from Hancock.
With the hard-driving string band, Pert' Near Sandstone.
Includes a reading of Second Fiddle (or How To Tell a Blackbird from a Sausage).
4/5 Heartbroken Marius, believing he's lost Cosette, throws himself into the Revolution.
3/4 Second World War experiences of women in Britain. A wife and a mistress await news.
4/4 How a nail-biting final snookered strikes, Ken Livingstone and football hooliganism.
A rebellious 1950s mental hospital patient confronts the system. Adapted from stage show.
4/6 As Izzy's love-life grows ever more complicated, she's in for a big surprise. From 1993.
Graeme Garden celebrates the comic duo's golden career, with help from Angela Rippon.
The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when his teacher sends him reptile hunting.
2/13 Bob's fiancee Thelma is appalled by the return of Terry. From August 1975.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Time Lord companion Lucie is reunited with her Auntie Pat - but who is Uncle Trevor?
6/6 Singing monsters on the shores of Lake Grasmere? Behind the scenes of Doctor Who.
Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out over news events.
4/4 Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?
4/4 The fearless reporter probes Britain's highways and byways.
4/4 What keys think, and a thumb-sized comedian. The surreal world of Miriam Elia.
4/7 The self-styled posh stand-up tells the story of his career to Bruce Morton.
Monday 24 November 2008