2/10 John is convinced that his girlfriend is alive in a virtual world.
2/5 An electricity company official interrogates the museum guard, but is he an alien?
1/5 Hercule Poirot begins an Egyptian cruise, but his voyage is 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.
5/5 Sheffield's aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the BBC.
6/6 The comedian gives his assessment of the influential revolutionary thinker and philosopher
2/6 The sci-fi star probes our destinies. With Richard Herring, Stewart Lee and Tom Baker.
3/6 The magical quest is helped by a tiny gold samurai, who points. Stars Mark Heap.
An all-knowing computer seems to have an independent life of its own. With David Calder.
Mrs Pike asks Arthur to talk to her son about the birds and bees. From December 1983.
2/8 Faith and her son Joe fall out, but is Bill the cause or cure? From November 1989.
Presented by Kirsten O'Brien. Includes Adrian Edmonson reading The BFG by Roald Dahl.
The lad is set to inherit a fortune, but only if he can find a wife. From November 1955.
6/6 Maverick hack George Cragge thinks he's next on the murderer's list. From December 1999.
2/5 Hercule Poirot senses the atmosphere of evil afloat, as Jackie's vendetta continues.
8/10 Swedish sleuth Kurt Wallander makes an important discovery in his murder probe.
8/10 Blom is instructed how to use the ray gun - with our hero and Snowey as his guinea pigs.
3/5 The playwright's career as an architect ended early, but not before an animal encounter.
Sitting for her portrait, a woman wonders if the painting will reveal her inner self.
Building the world's tallest tower, a civil engineer questions his existence.
Starting at the end, this show is brought to you in reverse order. From March 1977.
3/10 Josie wants to be the perfect step-mum for her partner's children.
8/8 Tony Benn shares his private recordings. It's election time, but the outlook is gloomy.
32/120 A look at 16th-Century fashion, Irish style, and the capture of Hugh O'Donnell.
4/5 Leslie Forbes visits Kew Gardens to investigate plant hunters and botanical artists.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
2/8 Clare's been dumped, Eleanor finds a friend and Sarah's listening. From August 1986.
4/6 Ex-con Terry is asked to be a school fancy dress judge, but can he make up with Sandra?
3/10 Searching for Lioba, John arrives at a bizarre music festival - but is this world a trap?
3/5 The museum guard ends up in the Texan desert with a dead comic and a 13th-century friar.
3/6 Satan takes Thomas on a tour of his life and recruits a famous, brutal tormentor.
A one-off sitcom set in a 'mini mart'. Zarah goes on sex strike. With Sanjeev Bhaskar.
4/6 Milford sets out to rescue the Crab Prince. Stars Mark Heap, Nick Frost and Kevin Eldon.
Thursday 5 March 2009