9/16 Professor Jameson is a history teacher who talks about the past as if he was really there.
1/8 Nigel Anthony reads from the second book in James Follett's trilogy, The Silent Vulcan.
Hercule Poirot overhears some ominous words prophesying a hotel murder.
2/4 Zelda launches an anti-moonlighting campaign. MOD comedy with Martin Jarvis and Fiona Shaw
Graeme talks to Peter Reed about his radio life and times.
22/33 The American funny man presents another Joke Show - featuring gags from the team.
Includes Ward Parry reading The Silver Spoon of Solomon Snow by Kaye Umansky.
2/3 Headmistress Sarah Burton decides Lydia must not be allowed to lose a scholarship.
A gardener and grieving widower muses over love and the cycle of life and death.
David Almond tells the story of the author of Moonfleet.
In search of Blackbeard's diamond, young John Trenchard is drawn into a dangerous world.
1/3 Satirical soap opera telling the everyday story of country folk. With John Bluthal.
3/4 Russell Davies traces the actor's start in broadcasting using clips and interview.
3/6 Alison Oddey talks to Maureen Lipman about what makes her tick as a female performer.
8/8 Cabinet reshuffle rumours unsettle Jim Hacker and Sir Humphrey.
Les Dawson presents stand-up, sketches and his unrivalled piano sing-along. From 1979.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
1/4 When Bernie catches the wrong bus, he is transported back to 16th century Rome.
4/4 Kerans desperately tries to re-flood the city. Read by Robert Glenister.
2/6 The gift of changing into an animal - why some animals are immune to poisonous plants.
Sound bite-sized excerpts from the forthcoming celebration of the classic radio comedy.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a satirical look at the week's news. From 13th March.
4/4 A baby's first words and a spooky hunt for ghosts. From February 2007.
4/6 The musical comedian presents his selection of some of the finest comic songs.
Monday 23 March 2009