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2/5 The Doctor Who cast and crew discuss the 2009 Easter special.
A portrait of the enigmatic Sam Cooke - hit singer of 'Wonderful World' and 'Chain Gang'.
Mystery afloat as a Cornish family's curse starts to unravel. Starring Andrew Sachs.
A trip to New York leads to a murky trail of blackmail and murder. Stars Andrew Sachs.
A suspect is locked away, but has a prison governor got the right man? Andrew Sachs stars.
Passengers on a sea voyage become entangled in a curious murder mystery.
When a murder is committed in a theatre, most of the actors are on stage.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Including The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo, read by David Holt.
War, traffic accidents and unexpected house purchases in the letters of the Churchills.
Freddy becomes convinced that his father played a part in his grandfather's disappearance.
4/4 The Ministry of Defence civil servants must tackle an empty housing crisis.
1/6 Barry Cryer shares some of his reminiscences, with tales of Willie Rushton and Roy Castle.
5/6 The actress talks to Professor Alison Oddey about her influences. From March 2001.
Village shopkeepers Gert and Daisy prepare for a Bonfire Night party.
Les Dawson with the tale of a man so thin he was once used as a dipstick.
1/3 A weekend of tangled relationships begins in the dining room of a country house.
Deck the halls with police witness appeal signs for a seasonal killing. From December 1997
Nick Revell stars as a struggling writer with dysfunctional friends and a talking geranium
With a new commission, the writer's literary juices are flowing - unlike his finances.
The lad takes up sculpting, but when he runs out of rocks it's Sid to the rescue.
Tracey Macleod, Andrew Collins, Anthony Wilson and Richard Curtis are the panellists.
4/4 Hildegard wants to make music, while Bernie finds out who, or what, is driving the bus.
The obsessive Jervas Dudley reveals how he came to be incarcerated in an asylum.
5/6 Why do some African women want to look like European women? Also podcast.
Sound bite-sized excerpts from a selection of programmes with Eric Sykes.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical look at the week's news. From 3rd April 2009.
1/6 Sketch show mixing up language and sounds. Dogs tell all to Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
1/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn seeks the opinions of a hostile public.
1/4 The comedian presents a selection of classic comic songs. With special guest Steve Brown.
Monday 13 April 2009