4/16 Stingy Luther acquires cemetery soil to grow his vegetables. But there's a price.
4/8 Nigel Anthony reads the fourth part of Temple of the Winds by James Follett.
Judith Taverner defies brawling Regency London to make her claim on 'high society'.
The Bishop regrets inviting the Dean to his birthday dinner.
The writer introduces five monologues including A Chip in the Sugar and A Lady of Letters.
17/33 Featuring a Schubert skit and Texas Swing grandmaster Ray Benson. From 2009.
Includes Helen Lederer reading Lily Quench and the Dragon of Ashby by Natalie Jane Prior.
2/4 Fred Vincy struggles with his debts, and Dorothea finds her marriage under strain.
As Robert prepares for college, he's disconcerted by the predicament of brown bear cubs.
John Fordham looks back to when American artists were banned from performing in the UK.
A biting satire on puritanism, set in 1777 during the American Revolution.
2/6 Edgar meets an unlikely teller of salty tales. And could someone be following him?
9/11 Barry Took examines the impact of the Footlights on radio comedy. From February 1979.
3/8 Jim Hacker sets an example in his plans for a slimmer Civil Service.
13/13 It's Bob and Thelma's big day, and he's on tranquilisers. Adapted from TV. From 1975.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Doctor Who obsessive Nigel is missing with the mysterious Romana. With David Raynor.
3/4 By Kelly Link. A distraught young woman loses both her boyfriend and her grandmother.
Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out over the latest news events.
5/6 One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show. From January 2005.
3/4 The adventures of Rutherford Lodge - sketches and monologues. From December 2005.
6/6 A charity quiz night gives Trev the chance to boost office morale, or possibly destroy it.
Monday 16 February 2009