The famous tale of piracy and slavery by the American master of suspense.
Miss Jane Marple ponders an outbreak of hate-mail and a trail of death.
Confusion reigns as Noote does his aunt a favour behind the Bishop's back.
Tony's choices include Saturday Night Fry, Just A Minute and Knowing Me Knowing You.
4/4 Can the Radox's assembled forces win the battle? Epic Tolkien parody stars Paul Eddington.
13/33 More comedy and music from Minnesota, with Roy Blount Jr and Nellie McKay. From 2009.
Presented by Kirsten O'Brien. With Lesley Joseph reading Little Darlings by Sam Llewellyn.
3/5 Little Nell's grandfather returns to gambling and resorts to desperate measures.
4/5 Two women with the same name convalesce in a maternity ward. Read by Emma Fielding.
3/6 Dick Barton hits the airwaves - and BBC Children's Hour turns 25.
Detective Auguste Dupin, one of Poe's own creations, investigates the death of the writer.
In a dark dungeon, a man faces the threat of death from on high and from below.
The perfect murder, planned and executed with unerring precision. Unless...
4/6 Edgar and young Robert have been kidnapped, but is it a case of mistaken identity?
5/11 Dickie Henderson looks at 'shows that tell a story', including 'Life With The Lyons'.
Archie Andrews encourages his mentor Peter Brough to fight the flab. Radio ventriloquism.
9/13 Bob and Terry take a trip down memory lane. With James Bolam and Rodney Bewes.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/5 The creepy raconteur's tale of a couple who find country life is far from peaceful.
3/3 Filled with pity for the ghost of the house, Virginia agrees to help Sir Simon find peace.
Fresh from 4 - Catch up on the edition first broadcast on 9th January 2009.
1/6 The feisty comedienne and veteran comic in the tag talk show. From December 2004.
4/4 BBC Radio 7 showcases more upcoming comedy writer/performers. From January 2009.
3/6 Sports agent Trevor Heslop has to grapple with a Buddhist and a specially-trained bear.
Monday 19 January 2009