2/7 Worried Mina awaits news from Transylvania, while Lucy sleepwalks after a shipwreck.
Can entropy be reversed? The sci-fi guru considers infinity, immortality and creation.
4/6 Simon is not convinced of a student's murder confession, but he soon gets sidetracked.
5/5 Fuelled by vengeance, the English hero's personal war with the Third Reich comes to an end
5/20 The appointment of the Chaplain is imminent and there's a surprise encounter in Rome.
4/4 The socialist club owner questions his success. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
7/8 Consumer champion Lynn Folds Over is consumed by all things consumer. From October 1987.
6/6 Rainer Hersch explains the cost of concerts - and how to fall asleep subtly.
Host Jason Byrne introduces stand-ups Paul Sinha, Sarah Millican and Ivan Brackenbury.
3/3 Anne Elliot begins to suspect that she was wrong about Captain Frederick Wentworth.
7/8 A day trip to France brings buried memories to the surface for Bernard.
6/6 Romance at the fair beckons for Chris and Sir Cliff the tortoise is due for a bionic refit
Includes Andrew McIntosh reading Blobheads Go Boing by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell.
2/4 Professor Aubrey Manning tells the story of an intricately crafted jewelled room.
1/6 Enid Blyton's character reveals the fate of other 'Famous Five' members.
BBC 6 Music presenter Tom Robinson introduces his choice of favourite radio comedies.
JB Priestley's classic about an unexpected visitor who leaves the Birling family in chaos.
Clerical confusion abounds over the Archdeacon's tell-all book. From July 1972.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
16/33 The American funny man fights off the frigid temperatures in Duluth, Minnesota. From 2009.
3/16 Stacy Keach introduces a world where everyone seems frozen in time - except The Caretaker.
3/8 Nigel Anthony reads the third part of Temple of the Winds by James Follett.
Sunday 8 February 2009