9/20 Arriving on Mars, Captain Jet Morgan and crew prepare to start explorations.
3/12 On his next trip back to the 14th century, Dick witnesses Sir Henry Champernoune's death.
9/13 The Old Bailey hack deals with dubious alibis in court and chambers.
A creepy doll with a mind of its own causes alarm along London's catwalks.
4/5 Irene is livid when she hears about Vera's planned MI6 assignment with her son.
4/5 Detective Daunt's country weekend at an old friend's house doesn't go quite as planned.
Stella's daughter comes home to visit, bringing her new husband and a few surprises.
68/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 The term 'dinosaur' is introduced to the world as Owen and Mantell's rivalry intensifies.
4/5 Playwright and novelist John Mortimer delivers more ruminations on happiness and religion.
4/10 As the sinking Titanic issues an SOS, women and children are ordered into the lifeboats.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/13 Kenneth Horne spies a nuclear banana and Kenneth Williams throws a tantrum over the script
4/6 Upstairs Downstairs downgraded, and a toy doll with wrinkles. All-women sketch show.
2/6 Richard Ingrams, John Wells, John Sessions and Patricia Routledge with surreal nonsense.
2/6 The Royal Dingle Company tackles the verse of the Bard. Stars Patrick Barlow.
As a diplomat, Simon Shaw must reconcile his family with the villagers of Butterdale.
5/5 Vera joins Irene's son to undertake a life-threatening undercover operation for MI6.
5/5 In foggy London, the detectives meet a charming American, with dangerous consequences.
From the Metropolitan Police to a dead newsreader, it's the ultimate one-man show.
10/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of a GP accused of killing his wife.
1/6 The kindly detective probes dark deeds in the world of small-time animal charities.
69/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and Frances Tomelty.
5/5 Owen's dismissal of Mantell goes on, but he gets a taste of his own medicine.
5/5 Playwright and novelist John Mortimer ponders what it actually means to 'make a fuss'.
5/10 With only women and children allowed on lifeboats, panic and friction spreads.
Presented by Kirsten O'Brien. Featuring Kathy Burke reading The Witches by Roald Dahl.
10/20 Captain Jet Morgan's crew are on Mars, but he's alarmed when more of the fleet arrive.
4/12 Dick starts confusing past and present, but Magnus urges him to increase the dosage.
6/6 The duo desperately seek inspiration for the final script of their series. From 2000.
1/6 The ex-variety star tries motivational speaking with a snappy slogan and dunce's caps.
3/4 On a chaotic overseas tour, the star cricketer's private life takes a turn for the worse.
Saturday 25 April 2009