4/4 With Lionheart captured by Cromwell's army, can Dunning save the King's coronation?
3/4 Looters clash with the surviving inhabitants. Read by Robert Glenister.
1/3 Headmistress Sarah Burton returns to 1930s Yorkshire for a challenging new post.
A penny-pinching young woman with an eye for a bargain begins to realise the consequences.
The story of Millicent Fawcett, who pushed to remove children from the 19th-century stage.
1/6 Botswana survival techniques and the use of a short stout stick.
Sound bite-sized excerpts from a forthcoming selection of the comic's work.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis with a satirical look at the news from March 2009.
3/4 Is it the end for detective Rutherford Lodge? From January 2007.
3/6 The musical comedian presents his selection of some of the finest comic songs.
2/4 Russell Davies traces the actress' start in broadcasting using clips and interview.
2/6 Alison Oddey talks to the comedian about writing novels, Lucille Ball and motherhood.
7/8 Jim Hacker is outwitted by Sir Humphrey during an economy drive.
The King of Knotty Ash examines black magic and gets a part in a horror movie. Or does he?
Includes Emma Chambers reading Matilda by Roald Dahl.
Downing Street is keen on atom-free rubbish in case of radiation, but so are the Russians.
3/5 More celeb sound-alikes, as the Turner Prize interests Harold and Albert Steptoe.
1/5 A burglary upsurge on one street sees the duo probe an odd deception amongst students.
6/10 Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel targets his key witness Greg Waterson.
A retired businessman returns from abroad to search for his ex-wife.
6/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton decides Lydia must not be allowed to lose a scholarship.
1/6 Franciscan priest Paolo Baldi turns amateur sleuth in an Italian chip shop.
1/3 Engaged American socialite Newland Archer is drawn to his fiancee's cousin.
New programmes on Radio Prune, plus new style female news readers. From December 1973.
1/5 A pig called Old Major has a dream and speaks to the other animals.
Tony Benn shares his private recordings. When the SDP forms, some MPs decide to defect.
40/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 The science professor explains how musical training influenced his career in psychology.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
2/6 The debate rages over President Hoover's cottage, and Stumpy collects signatures.
5/6 The old rogue has something he wants to ask Nancy, but Father has his own plans.
1/6 Armed idealist Norman and cheerful bore Max are set to ruin the lives of friendly aliens.
6/13 Rizla must hit the mean streets to try to stop an assassination. With David Warner.
5/6 What is the dark secret of the time-splintered Linda-viduals? From May 2006.
4/6 Tinned food lets man live on Mars, until the can openers fail.
3/5 Nightclubbing in London, courtesy of Peter Stringfellow. Sketch show.
Tuesday 17 March 2009