Movie legend Vincent Price takes the bait, and tells a tale of horror from Down Under.
2/8 Charlie and Moog mess up a mission to deliver Korg's nephew to playgroup. From 2007.
1/2 Schoolboy Kay Harker is mixed up in a magical battle. Starring Donald Sinden.
The King of Knotty Ash's fun-packed Tickle Tour arrives at the Wigan Little Theatre.
Military medal rivalry sparks a shooting contest with another platoon.
Mole, Ratty, Toad and Badger's famous adventure, dramatised and narrated by Alan Bennett.
8/33 Private eye Guy Noir meets some dreamers and Lake Wobegon gets the Small Town Blues.
Includes a reading by Susanna Northern of The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale.
2/2 Meera Syal's novel about 12-year-old Meena, growing up in the Black Country in the 1970s.
The mischievous boy has some novel gift ideas. Read by Adrian Edmondson.
2/4 How a golden Wimbledon triumph sidelined industrial strife and violence in Uganda.
The great English hero's adventures take him from Sherwood to the Holy Land and back.
A woman receives stacks of gifts from a lavish admirer, who is inspired by the carol.
Ivy covets a specially cultivated sprig of white-berried holly for a pudding.
1/11 Dickie Henderson starts the story of radio comedy.
The cheeky schoolboy causes confusion by doing a good turn for an old lady.
5/13 Bob asks his fiancee Thelma to fix a date for Terry. From August 1975.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/4 Can a murder be a red herring in an actual murder case? Will Edith Thompson end up dead?
3/4 As Christine faces grave danger, a mysterious figure offers to help her.
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests. First heard on Radio 4 on 5th December.
3/6 International stardom beckons when the social worker appears on the radio.
3/4 BBC Radio 7's showcase for up-and-coming comedy writer/performers. From November 2007.
Adam Hills shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.
Monday 15 December 2008