1/5 The creepy raconteur introduces Ro and Zee, who stumble into a world where time is stopped
1/3 The Otis family move into an old English country house, despite warnings it is haunted.
1/5 Deep in debt, Little Nell and her grandfather must flea the evil money-lender Quilp.
2/5 A penny is the source of much discord between Emma Bury and Milly Young.
1/6 Sir John Reith's BBC discovers how to operate away from the studios. With Daphne Oxenford.
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests. First heard on Radio 4 on 26th December 2008.
5/6 The meddling social worker takes a homeless survey, and Brian arranges a stag night.
2/4 BBC Radio 7 showcases upcoming comedy writer/performers. From January 2009.
1/6 Trevor Heslop's battles as a nice sports agent. Andy Hamilton's TV series swaps to radio.
3/11 Dickie Henderson recalls the impact of 'Band Waggon' and 'ITMA'. From January 1979.
Archie Andrews and mentor Peter Brough buy a farm. With Dick Emery and Deryck Guyler.
7/13 Bob takes Terry to be restyled at the hairdressers. From September 1975.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
Seagoon sets off to ask Henry Crun to invent a waterproof gas stove. Stars Spike Milligan.
2/8 More impressions from the award-winning team, including The Glastonbury Archers.
1/5 The Belgian sleuth's train sets off, but one passenger aboard will never arrive.
6/6 As troopers close in, the con artist gets desperate. What about baby Joe?
6/6 Brody, Hooper and Quint finally come face to face with the killer shark.
6/25 Avoiding Quilp, Little Nell and her Grandfather leave the shop and flee.
8/12 Baruch the Zealot has plans for Jesus. Stars Gabriel Woolf.
1/10 The idyllic childhood of a young boy is shattered when his widowed mother remarries.
With the new Common Market in mind, Radio Prune goes International. With John Cleese.
1/5 An eventful cubhood in the Devon countryside, as seen through the young otter's eyes.
1/5 Joanna Lumley reads her autobiography, recalling life in India and at boarding school.
206/216 Queen Victoria is distraught at Disraeli's death, while the Boer War ignites.
1/5 The story of Portland Rock and the quarrying of its famous stone in Dorset.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
4/4 Vera tells the newspaper all the clergy latest, but there's disappointment.
1/6 Newly in love, Nancy is not too keen on recalling past events with the old rogue Winston.
1/4 Mystery space tourist deaths land two planet cleaners with a new contract.
1/4 Gregor Samsa wakes one day to find himself hideously transformed into a monstrous insect.
1/6 Mystery deaths lead the Professor to a meat-free colony run by the notorious Dr Klench.
6/6 The guides star in a beastly new DVD, and Turkish art proves popular.
6/6 The bumbling student's aim to emerge spiritually becomes a physical revelation.
Tuesday 6 January 2009