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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.
2/3 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.
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.
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.
Includes Kate Harbour reading The Quigleys by Simon Mason.
Cowardly Captain Seagoon is at war. With Peter Sellers on leave, Graham Stark is enlisted.
4/5 More celeb sound-alikes, spoofing Radio 4, plus William Hague rings Stars in Their Eyes.
1/4 DI Bob Boxer and DC Shona Doberman probe an academics killing spree.
1/4 Oxford student John Maltravers plays ancient violin music that leads to a hidden cupboard.
11/15 Sarah encounters the bitter taste of loss and the joy of achievement.
6/6 The priest probes a student's death. Is a devil-worshipping campus gang to blame?
1/5 It's 1825 and District Collector William Savage witnesses a brutal double-murder.
8/8 As the axe is wielded, Radio Prune gets a rival. With John Cleese and David Hatch.
1/5 Bored with daily life, two friends plan to escape Meadowbank Old People's Home.
5/5 Dirk Bogarde reads extracts from his book. The actor recalls his days at the seaside.
45/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 The famous department store founder had an innovative approach to retail.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/6 How far will some residents go to make sure that the sale of a certain cottage suceeds?
6/6 On the family's whistle-stop tour of Europe, Father shows them where he married Mother.
6/6 The UME spaceship lands on Oblivion, where Norman and Max make a sacrifice.
11/13 The future's best unknown. Rune and Rizla find out the hard way. With David Warner.
6/6 The Professor gets trapped in a time loop - but what's causing his intergalactic deja vu?
5/6 It's white-knuckle time as a space train hurtles towards Earth.
4/5 Hypnotist Paul McKenna gets a taste of his own medicine.
Tuesday 24 March 2009