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1/4 MI-13's Lionheart investigates a series of murders involving electrical appliances.
4/4 By Peter F Hamilton. A diligent detective learns how a businessman stays ahead of rivals.
3/4 Dorothea is shocked to encounter Ladislaw, but delighted to help out Lydgate.
Galway the dog is no ordinary Labrador.
Tom Morton investigates pipes and politics, from Northern Ireland to Galicia via Scotland.
Fresh from 4. First heard on Radio 4 on 13th February 2009.
6/6 One feisty funny man grills another in the tag talk show.
4/4 As their first series concludes, Colin and Fergus witness the destruction of Digi Radio.
1/6 The musical comedian presents some of the finest comic songs. With guest Boothby Graffoe.
10/11 Barry Took reveals how not all radio laughs were carefully scripted, thanks to panel games
4/8 Jim's big plans to slim down the Civil Service come home to roost.
The King of Knotty Ash aims his tickling stick at holidays and DIY. From July 1963.
Includes Andrew Dunn reading Stanley, Flat Again! by Jeff Brown.
Driving a piano on the Great North Road, Neddie must seek Bloodnok's assistance. From 1958
8/8 More celebrity soundalikes as Steptoe gets a Carol Smillie makeover, plus a 'Dale' warning
1/2 Against Belfast's 1983 political murders, detective Bibi Ash tracks a sadistic killer.
1/10 Swedish sleuth Wallander probes a vicious, bloody attack on an elderly couple.
1/10 The ex-commando comes across an enemy plot to capture a British secret weapon.
16/20 Ladislaw learns the truth about Casaubon's will, and about his family's past.
1/5 Feeling useless after the Second World War, two women set up their own detective agency.
2/3 At the Tilneys' isolated gothic home, Catherine's visit proves to be a terrifying affair.
2/8 Radio Prune presents A Kick in the Arts, and So You Think You've Got a Feed Line?
6/10 Fred is approached by a stranger, who has been watching Holly's New York apartment.
1/8 Political heavyweight Tony Benn shares private audio diaries from the frontline of history
25/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and Frances Tomelty.
1/4 A smooth Yank, a Yorkshire 'bumpkin' and their Scottish-sounding daughter.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/4 Tongues are wagging. Certain weddings are due, and some folk aren't happy.
2/6 The old rogue's talk of Flaubert, Baudelaire and Renoir baffles Nancy.
1/4 Retired solicitor Arthur Kipps recalls his visit to the house of the reclusive Mrs Drablow
1/4 A timid commuter meets the cat-like residents of a French village.
2/6 The Professor battles against giant, murderous insects in Graham Duff's sci-fi sitcom.
1/6 Space heroes Jack and Chip tackle green Venusian terrorists. 1950s American sci-fi spoof.
1/5 Calm down, dear! Special guest Michael Winner joins in the sketch show fun.
Tuesday 24 February 2009