1/4 With human spare-part surgery the norm, marketing expert Eleanor visits the cloning HQ.
4/13 Gabriel Syme meets his fellow anarchists at a breakfast meeting in Leicester Square.
5/6 With more deaths to investigate, private eye VI Warshawski finds herself under attack.
1/5 A chilling drama set in an imaginary Hitler-led post-war Germany.
1/5 A forester tells his grandchildren about a legendary musical hero. With Trevor Cooper.
2/4 A condemned man gives the French detective a fresh lead on an unsolved murder.
3/4 If criminals are liars, David Lander asks why the police believe crooked informers.
2/4 Sean and Hamish board Boris's Disco Ship to convert offshore ravers into fresh listeners.
3/6 The Mock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inducts fresh members, and there's a new curator.
3/6 The naive gap year student's South American audio diary of his bird-watching mishaps.
1/8 It's 1827 - Samuel Pickwick and his club members set off to travel across England.
5/6 The old rogue's newfound wealth goes to his head, and what is to be done about Father?
1/4 The town's Development Association looks set for open confrontation. Starring TP McKenna.
Includes a reading by Miranda Keeling of The Boy Who Sprouted Antlers by John Yeoman.
Povey discovers there's no record of Troutbridge - and someone's very hungry. From 1960.
4/4 John Fuller-Carp gets embroiled in a bet with a rival barrister.
6/6 The private eye uncovers family ties, blackmail and bomb plots in a thrilling climax.
2/5 Detective Xavier March probes the death of a retired one-legged civil servant.
2/5 A forester tells his grandchildren about a not so clever man. With Trevor Cooper.
3/4 The inspector revisits his past while uncovering a Mediterranean murder.
2/8 A drunken night at the pub results in an unfortunate case of mistaken identity.
3/4 Clive Anderson's quiz with Mark Steel, John O'Farrell, Chris Addison and David Quantick.
7/10 Young evacuee Willie must return to London and his bullying mother. Read by David Brierley
2/5 On a December night, a man and his dog turn up at a log cabin and smell something burning.
192/216 A grieving Queen Victoria proposes a great memorial for her husband.
2/4 Simon Hoggart talks to Tony Benn and Anne Widdecombe about great parliamentary performers.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
12/12 Will barrister Roger manage to make up with Sally?
2/6 Victoria gets all intellectual, while Charlotte is on a spiritual path.
2/4 Eleanor discovers more about Abbottsville's work, as the clones show human-like feelings.
5/13 Gabriel Syme despairs when Sunday unmasks an anarchist as a Scotland Yard detective.
5/6 The radical comedian asks if the battling was part of a revolution.
Helen Lederer, Clive Mantle and Nick Wilton in a compilation from the sketch comedy.
3/6 Biting sketch show from Northern Ireland's Tim McGarry, Damon Quinn and Mike McDowell.
Wednesday 17 December 2008