3/5 What is being built out in a remote Australian desert? And what havoc will it wreak?
3/5 'Coolhunter' Cayce Pollard is mugged in Tokyo, but who is behind her assailants?
5/7 Unravelling property rules throws up fresh clues for Lord Peter Wimsey's probe.
3/6 Back in his childhood, Blaze's first con was to help another pupil. Read by William Hope.
3/6 Shark expert Matt Hooper joins the hunt, but gets distracted by Brody's wife.
3/25 With no more loans, Little Nell's grandfather is agitated. But who betrayed him?
5/12 Jesus renames Simon and stirs anger. Dorothy L Sayers' plays on the life of Jesus Christ.
3/6 Hack George Cragge's murder trail widens, as the BBC Chairman blunders. From June 1998.
The comical dynamic duo take to the stage to present a host of songs and patter.
James Naughtie joins Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden for a New Year's Eve celebration.
4/6 Herbert knows that Pip cannot get over Estella, but she remains distant.
1/6 Could Terry end up back in prison after his community centre success?
1/8 Widow Sarah is bringing up her daughter, with a meddling mother.
Includes Cheryl Campbell reading Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce.
2/6 The shady lawyer turns farmer for a wealthy uncle. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated
5/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight surfer rage and Jack Nicholson's stomach.
6/7 Smooth sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey's murder trail leads him to a shocking seaside discovery.
4/6 Baby Joe is crying. Can his kidnapper make the little child smile? Read by William Hope.
4/6 Brody is suspicious of Hooper but needs his help to find the shark. Read by John Guerrasio
4/25 With Kit banished from the shop, he must set about finding other employment.
6/12 Jesus draws some unwelcome attention. Stars Gabriel Woolf.
5/6 Pip meets his enigmatic patron, and wants to learn more about Estella.
Spurious definitions of macaroni abound with Humphrey Lyttelton and Willie Rushton.
4/5 Secrets are revealed at womanising farmer William Muffit's inquest.
4/5 As his career flourished, Tom Courtenay's memoir recalls worries over his mum Annie.
204/216 Disraeli struggles for support in the face of Rourke's Drift. Anna Massey narrates.
4/5 Roger McGough takes the tram to the Meadowhall shopping centre and recalls the steelworks.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/13 More medical mayhem, as student medic Simon Sparrow struggles with dissecting bodies.
5/6 When the Pattersons get a dog, Father Benedict is not impressed.
4/5 Nick battles to find the person responsible for his lover Belinda's death.
4/5 Searching for footage clues, 'coolhunter' Cayce locates the menacing Baranov.
1/6 The comic's Moon trip ends up on Mars, where his space suit fails.
4/8 Troublesome telephone lines and odd athletics events. Spike Milligan reads his own memoir.
1/6 The comedian muses on the secret of life, and the mysteries of destiny and fate.
1/6 High comic drama among the humble members of a local council in the Home Counties.
Friday 2 January 2009