Vast computer Multivac runs global affairs, but can it explain man's sense of humour?
Three intrepid divers plunge into the world's last unexplored Antarctic lake.
3/4 Probing illegal imports of, the Roman sleuth chances upon a plot to overthrow the Emperor.
5/10 The Swedish sleuth searches for the murdered man's secret son in Kristianstaad.
5/10 Kramer and his gang home in on the final piece of the secret weapon.
20/20 Dorothea discovers the truth from Mrs Lydgate, and Ladislaw considers his future.
5/5 Suspected of killing a newspaper magnate, the detective duo must find the real murderer.
2/6 Host Alan Partridge faces up to a nine-year-old prodigy, a hypnotist and a bad boy lawyer.
3/6 Using laughing gas for riots? Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the best loopy idea.
5/6 Quick-fire sketch show starring Susie Donkin, Charlotte MacDougal and Faye Rusling.
3/4 The band must get assertive with scary Lorelei, and Johnny's love life is in tatters.
3/4 Francis Herries pines from unrequited love, and his son prospers. With Gavin Muir.
2/4 The challenges of online booking, travelling light and skiing.
3/7 Bertie Wooster is swept up in a world of fake heroics.
Includes Martin T Sherman reading Dogs Don't Tell Jokes by Louis Sachar.
1/4 Aubrey Manning discovers what an ancient skeleton can tell us about Homo Sapiens.
4/6 Did Billy Bunter's scourge of Greyfriars School really become a secret agent?
1/3 The Federation thinks it has seen the last of outlaw Roj Blake when he's framed and exiled
2/3 The space outlaws try to gain control of the Liberator. But whose side is Avon on?
The late Eric Sykes, in conversation with Paul Jackson, recalls his early years in radio.
A country house and a corpse - and the butler's not to blame. With Leslie Phillips.
The newly installed central heating causes temperatures to rise.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
19/33 Louisiana comes to St Paul as the American funny man welcomes Cajun band Beausoleil.
6/16 Driving across America, a woman is dogged by a mystery man in search of a ride.
6/8 Nigel Anthony reads the sixth part of Temple of the Winds by James Follett.
Sunday 1 March 2009