A fantastical tale exploring man's fascination with eternal life and elixirs.
1/9 Earth's last living man takes on hordes of plague-infected vampires.
5/5 Time is against the Belgian sleuth, as he battles to unmask the murderer's identity.
4/4 The action hero finally confronts his nemesis at the top of a New York landmark.
10/25 Mrs Jarley keeps Little Nell and her Grandfather fully occupied. With Julia McKenzie.
12/12 At last, the Son of Man returns. Dorothy L Sayers' plays on the life of Jesus Christ.
3/8 The Right Reverend Reverend Wright presents all the latest from around the parish.
2/6 Rainer Hersch's comedic tour of our melodic past. With the Fine Arts Brass Ensemble.
5/6 From 'Merry Wives' to a 'Merchant' - but are the crazy, mixed-up Bard's comedies funny?
3/6 The Professor decides to leave Anthony and Ruth in charge of the mortuary.
5/10 David falls in love, and questions his friendship with Steerforth.
3/8 Sweethearts Bernard and Iris scour the neighbourhood for his sulking dad.
2/6 A poltergeist is unleashed and Linda's builder Chris reveals an unwanted gift.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
1/3 Professor Aubrey Manning travels to the Valley of the Kings in Egypt to unearth a mystery.
3/6 Jealous Amy skates on thin ice, and Meg glimpses high society.
3/3 Will must find Lyra, so that together they can protect the future. With Ray Fearon.
3/4 The epic Tolkien parody sees one defender of Albion making a startling discovery.
Miss Marple suspects a nursery rhyme is the key to a set of gruesome murders.
Will Noote's playing away ruin the clerics' game? With Derek Nimmo. From February 1971.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
12/33 English trumpeter Alison Balsom joins the funny man at St Paul's Fitzgerald Theater.
Vincent Price introduces a tale of a cat and its unusual inheritance.
Time is altered so that the world's treasures can be stolen. But who's behind it?
Sunday 11 January 2009