1/10 Grieving for his girlfriend, John receives a shock. Series about a mystery virtual world.
1/5 A museum guard's quest to learn the secrets of the universe with a 400-year-old man.
4/4 The detective exposes a murderer and learns about love in the strict Roman class structure
6/10 The Swedish sleuth has a hunch over a Somali refugee's tit-for-tat killing.
6/10 Kramer tries to make Sir Archie give him the formula. Can our hero intervene in time?
1/5 The playwright recounts his career through some amazing stories he never completed.
A powerful Battle of Britain drama about the emotional cost of war.
1/5 More celeb sound-alikes, with a William Hague offer and Westlife v The Spice Girls.
3/6 At a peace conference, the Professor is forced to swap minds with the evil Dr Klench.
2/6 A dashing male stranger enters a world where human women can no longer have children.
2/6 With heroics to perform, Milford and Parker pop into Bravemart.
4/4 Francis Herries struggles with his stormy marriage. With Gavin Muir.
3/6 The old rogue challenges Nancy's intelligence. Father sings the praises of Crewe toilets.
4/4 A phone call gives Phonsie the ammunition to deal with Packy McGoldrick.
Presented by Kirsten O'Brien. Includes Adrian Edmonson reading The BFG by Roald Dahl.
The ship's crew crosses the sea - with crossed wires. From November 1960.
5/5 Sheffield's aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the BBC.
1/5 Hercule Poirot begins an Egyptian cruise, but his voyage proves far from smooth.
7/10 In tailing a murder suspect, has the Swedish Inspector Wallander met his match?
7/10 With Archie in peril, Jean uses her feminine intuition to work out where he's being held.
2/5 The playwright recalls his idea of being a comic - and some unusual student shows.
The Bard's shrewd wife reveals how he left her his second-best bed.
An all-knowing computer seems to have an independent life of its own.
6/8 Harold is shocked to meet his older half-brother. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
2/10 After her marriage breaks down, Nadine is fuelled with bitterness towards her ex-husband.
7/8 Tony Benn shares his private recordings. Bumbling spooks can't manage surveillance.
31/120 Ireland's turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty
2/5 How Don McCullin moved from war photography to fighting battles for the countryside.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
2/8 Faith and teenage son Joe fall out, but is Bill the cause or the cure?
Mrs Pike asks Arthur to talk to her son about the birds and bees. From December 1983.
2/10 Convinced his girlfriend is alive in a virtual world, a leap sends John to a brutal school
2/5 An electricity company official interrogates the museum guard, but is he an alien?
6/6 The comedian gives his assessment of the influential revolutionary thinker and philosopher
2/6 The sci-fi star probes our destinies.
3/6 The magical quest is helped by a tiny gold samurai who points.
Wednesday 4 March 2009