3/3 As the aliens' plans are revealed, the World Council takes action. With Patrick Troughton.
2/13 In an underground headquarters, Syme witnesses a meeting of the Anarchists' Council.
3/6 Chicago private eye VI Warshawski heads to Canada in pursuit of the truth.
A passenger begs for Thorpe Hazell's help after her aunt's diamonds are stolen.
4/5 Ardis Clinton thinks she has a foolproof plan to kill her husband. Read by Peter Marinker.
9/10 Tough times for Meena, with a stay in hospital and major changes in her circle of friends.
As Kenneth and Clare move to a smaller house, they get some unexpected visitors.
3/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight dodgy space probes and a teddy for men.
4/6 The comic is knocked over at the Cannes Film Festival and his life flashes before his eyes
1/8 A new gunner is recruited for the Second World War. Spike Milligan reads from his memoir.
4/6 Baby Jack's home, but unfortunately for his parents, so is Grandma Fay. From August 1995.
1/2 Little boy Kay Harker sets out on a magical quest to find treasure.
2/6 West Bromwich offer Robert a trial, but Father Benedict doesn't want to lose him.
6/6 Lucy regrets helping to write a book, while Daniel is on an odd night out.
Includes David Yip reading The Kite Reader by Geraldine McCaughrean.
3/16 Kenneth Horne meets BBC sound effects men and a pantomime horse in The Clissold Saga.
10/10 Is 'Hoon' a rude word? Find out with Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor. From September 2003.
4/6 The private eye investigates who sabotaged her car, and the activities of Clayton Phillips
Can Edwardian sleuth Thorpe Hazell foil a gold bullion robbery? With Benedict Cumberbatch.
5/5 Jimmie is a psycho-sniper stalking Los Angeles for another target. Read by Peter Marinker.
10/10 On the eve of her 11-plus, the exam seems to be the least of Meena's worries.
1/4 The French sleuth bends the rules to investigate a double murder in a Paris suburb.
2/2 Kay Harker must battle evil to capture treasure. John Masefield's yarn stars Sam Salter.
Paul Merton, Sue Perkins, Graham Norton and Ross Noble join Nicholas Parsons.
5/10 It's young evacuee Willie's birthday and he's in for a big surprise.
5/5 Byron Rogers tells of a witchcraft trial judge and a man who gets shot out of a cannon.
190/216 Revisions to the 1832 Reform Laws indicate wider political changes taking place.
5/5 The Labour MP tells Anne Perkins of his admiration for communist writer John Strachey.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
4/6 Linda and chums head to the coast, letting the train increase the strain. From August 2001
5/6 Strange mystic runes spark a fantastic journey for the eager trio. Stars Ben Miller.
Two witty tales by Isaac Asimov. Hell dimensions, time travel and robots are on the menu.
3/13 Syme's history is revealed, from his joining Scotland Yard to his election as Thursday.
3/4 Back where it started out - Matt Lucas and David Walliams' TV smash hit without cameras.
1/6 Performances of a 15-second 'King Lear', the 'Othello' Rap and 'Scottish Highland Discs'.
5/6 When a new rival appears in town, 18th century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny tries to quit.
Saturday 13 December 2008