7/16 Stacy Keach introduces us to a six-year-old boy with terrible powers.
7/8 Nigel Anthony reads the seventh part of Temple of the Winds by James Follett.
The spinster sleuth's friend spies a murder on a passing train, but where is the corpse?
A peaceful Saturday afternoon at St Oggs is rudely interrupted. From December 1972.
Mitch Benn presents the inside story of the history and rebirth of a sci-fi classic.
20/33 American choral group VocalEssence Ensemble joins the funny man. From 2009.
Includes Kim Wall reading Jim Davis by John Masefield.
Playwright Alan Plater talks about the career moves he never made.
With his parents' transatlantic marriage at risk, how will eight-year-old Harry cope?
David Rayvern Allen asks what happens when opera singers fall silent. With Norma Burrowes.
Who is the shady Jimmy Dickenson, and how does he fit into the lives of a couple in Hull?
5/6 Edgar Finchley leads a village uprising and gains a travelling companion.
1/4 Russell Davies traces the comedian's early career with archive clips and interviews.
1/6 The actress talks to Alison Oddey about Woody Allen and spending all day in her pyjamas.
6/8 Jim Hacker tries to excavate himself from problems with badgers.
Doddy and friends present 'Scrooge - A Christmas Quarrel'.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/4 Lionheart and Dunning discover the identity of the Stour Banshee and the Faraday Murderer.
2/4 Tropical conditions trigger people's primal memories. Read by Robert Glenister.
Fresh from 4. First heard on Radio 4 on 27th February 2009.
The impressionists recall the lives of the famous radio farming folk. From January 2001.
2/4 The comedy duo tackle an evil fish. Stars Colin Hoult and Fergus Craig. From January 2007.
2/6 The musical comedian presents his selection of some of the finest comic songs. From 2005.
Monday 9 March 2009