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3/6 A young prince tackles the dragon attacks, but why is Captain Vimes suspicious?
1/5 A young man is attacked on a train late one night and knocked unconscious.
1/6 Why does a Cambridge master need a plodding Health and Safety executive?
11/15 After days holed up in his den, the fugitive emerges. But has he shaken off his pursuer?
21/25 Is Kit Nubbins a thief, or victim of Quilp's plotting? With Alex Jennings and Daniel Bliss
Mrs Chatterley of Gravesend reveals similar interests to her famous namesake.
The hapless host takes us behind the scenes at Pear Tree Productions. With Steve Coogan.
4/6 The Professor visits a monastery where the theme of a kid's TV show is the call-to-prayer.
3/6 Learn about medieval cooking, and view the most precious exhibit.
3/6 The inept backpacker learns the metaphorical meaning of riding an inflatable banana.
A VIP visitor arrives at a village, and is soon the target of love and gossip.
4/6 Love is in the air. Even the old rogue is hooked up. But has Nancy met her match?
3/4 The BBC's plan to record a programme at the church causes some upset.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
Stanton thinks Number One looks poorly, but Pertwee acts ill to avoid terrible posting.
5/5 Sheffield's premier singer-songwriter tries to solve the Atlantic Ocean mystery.
2/6 Another mysterious death causes Health and Safety executive Simon to consider cruets.
12/15 The Major's trapped the fugitive, but can he find the motive behind his 'sporting stalk'?
22/25 It's the day of Kit Nubbins' trial and there's bad news for Dick. With Alex Jennings.
A mysterious creature is pulled from the sea. Is it harmless or a threat?
1/3 The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this 1876 classic.
8/8 Excited Harold lets greed get the better of him.
12/15 The people of India have cause for great celebration, but sad news arrives from England.
2/5 Tackling operas and some thoughts on ears, Armando Iannucci presents his own funny essays.
6/120 Ireland's vivid story continues with the early Christians and the arrival of Saint Patrick
2/5 Helen Young visits Cheltenham to recall the UK's hottest ever temperature of 1990.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/8 Where do Faith's children fit in, now that Bill is around?
Pilot episode of the Dad's Army sequel - Arthur Lowe's only appearance due to his death.
4/6 Captain Vimes tries tracking the dragon, and the Librarian travels in time.
2/5 Carl fears the attack has caused brain damage, as he keeps having blackouts.
1/6 The life and times of the 'mad, bad and dangerous to know' Romantic poet.
3/6 The sci-fi star and inventor explains life's big mysteries. Stars Lee and Herring.
3/5 Biting news satire. Campaigning to tighten the letter of the law, and war is declared.
Wednesday 28 January 2009