2/4 After his encounter with the Great God Om, Brutha is selected for a secret mission.
1/4 Two friends on holiday come across a terrifying tale of the supernatural.
6/6 Simon delves into his HSE background for one final ruse. Starring Geoffrey Palmer.
1/5 The anonymous English hero is now in a German prison. But there's been an air raid.
1/20 Dorothea Brooke yearns to right society's wrongs in 1830s England, and Dr Lydgate arrives.
George Eliot's secret identity meets complications when a certain Mr Liggins gets involved
5/8 Celebrity soundalikes, as Dale Winton argues with Barbara Windsor over who's loveliest.
5/6 Doubling up - just one of the dangers of studying randomology in an ad hoc way.
4/6 It's Awards Night! Can the Crayon Museum beat off the challenger, the World of Pencils?
4/6 The daffy backpacker is keen to twin Cairo with his hometown of Budleigh Salterton.
1/2 Emma Woodhouse is a woman so blessed by life that she declares she will never marry.
5/6 When Nancy elopes the whole family are worried about her, except for Father.
4/4 A job offer for the Reverend Hawthorne raises Ms Boal's expectations.
Includes Tom George reading Simon Cheshire's book Jeremy Brown on Mars.
Instead of going on leave, the Admiral sends Troutbridge's crew on fishery protection.
1/5 Aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves. With Leo Sayer.
1/6 Budget cuts spark conflict at the Cambridge college, and Gilbert is plotting.
2/5 Facing a perilous flight across occupied Europe, the English hero must rely on his wits.
2/20 Lydgate has hopes for the new hospital, while Dorothea has hopes for Mr Casaubon.
1/4 The Irish singer turned lady of the night. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
2/2 A ball, a picnic and a marriage proposal. Two new arrivals threaten Emma's composure.
2/8 Albert introduces his fiancee to a surprised Harold. Adapted from TV.
2/10 Insurance loss adjuster Lorimer Black investigates a large claim for a London hotel fire.
2/5 Nick Hornby reveals the debt he owes to Rod Stewart - and stories in songs.
11/120 Ireland's story continues with the terror of the Viking invasion and the big fight back.
2/5 The author writes to his mother about marriage, fatherhood and Sherlock Holmes.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
6/8 Faith nurses poorly Bill, but he is in for a nasty surprise.
1/13 With war over, Dad's Army veterans Wilson and Pike receive a surprise visitor.
3/4 In the city of the Citadel, novice Brutha stands up to the devious Deacon Vorbus.
2/4 The narrator and his sister face the swine-like creatures' terrifying siege.
2/6 The radical comedian profiles the Greek philosopher, who he thinks was hard done by.
4/6 The sci-fi star and inventor explains life's big mysteries.
4/5 Chris Morris hosts the news spoof, and the sport must go on for bereaved Alan Partridge.
Wednesday 4 February 2009