1/6 A 22nd-century clerical error sets George Smith's demise for 69, not 70. Dystopian comedy.
12/13 Rizla dresses as a woman, but Hugo Rune can't escape his destiny. With David Warner.
2/4 The cops probe a link between the deaths in Glasgow and murders in an idyllic village.
2/4 Concealing his discovery, John outwardly woos Constance, but falls under Adrian's spell.
12/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton opens up her school for voters in the election.
1/6 The crime-solving priest goes horse racing and uncovers the 'SP' on an ex-jockey's murder.
3/6 Tony Hart visits Sheffield singer John as he tries to paint the lounge for wife Mary.
3/4 The fiery florists tackle a psychic, a dog - and fame beckons. From September 2002.
5/6 The sci-fi star probes the notion of a 'cosmic plan'.
5/6 Ireland hits the headlines, as the programme celebrates its 33rd birthday. From May 1992.
2/5 It's 1825, District Collector William Savage is surprised by his grisly discovery.
8/13 A visit to the pier theatre ends in disaster for Arthur Wilson and Miss Perkins.
5/8 Broody Faith fancies starting a second family, but does Bill?
Includes Kate Harbour reading The Quigleys by Simon Mason.
With a bill looming, the lad consults crooked chartered accountant Sid. From 1956.
3/4 Away from their model village, the duo tackle a civil war recreation.
3/4 A sadistic adversary exploits Detective Inspector Bob Boxer's deepest childhood fears.
3/4 John sends a letter summoning Sophia to Naples, where she learns a terrible secret.
13/15 Landowner Robert Carne confronts headmistress Sarah.
2/6 An invitation to an operatic wedding turns into a murder trail for the priestly sleuth.
3/5 With clear evidence of ritual murders, William Savage seeks justice.
2/15 Scheherazade's tales prove disappointing.
3/5 Disobeying rules for a wedding anniversary recipe book sparks unexpected consequences.
2/7 Dirk Bogarde reads his memoirs. A trip to Hollywood was to prove particularly challenging.
47/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/5 As the father of modern retailing, Harry was a clever showman. He was also a philanderer.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/8 Sarah and her mother disagree over house tidiness, until a visitor arrives.
1/6 A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains is not what he expected
2/6 69-year-old George Smith battles against his imminent death with Central Admin.
13/13 Can Rizla survive with only a messiah for company? With David Warner and Rupert Degas.
6/6 Mischievous Satan instructs demon Scumspawn to partake in a very unusual meal.
The ever so posh comedian - host of Radio 7's Newsjack - entertains an audience in London.
Thursday 26 March 2009