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2/3 Mel discovers some uncomfortable truths about herself and her past.
2/2 After a major eye operation, shocked Marda West can see things that others can't.
3/3 A weekend of tangled relationships moves out into the grounds of a country house.
More celeb sound-alikes with tea-time for Alan Bennett and horror at the Simon Bates Hotel
Ludovico, henpecked Prince of Monte Guano, is badgered by his wife to wade into war.
The man of many parts uses all of his experience to discuss old chum Brian Allington.
From the Metropolitan Police to a dead newsreader - the ultimate one man show. From 1984.
The duo desperately seek inspiration for the final script of their series. From 2000.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Ned Seagoon goes overseas to pursue some stolen booty, but can Bloodnok be far behind?
4/4 More celeb sound-alikes as Brian Sewell joins The Archers and a Chris Eubank phone spoof.
2/6 Guard Gallagher's impending trip to the Big Apple sparks a lot of gossip.
5/5 When Kit gets hurt and Caroline gets fit, the gang uncover an unhealthy conspiracy.
1/5 Anglo-Indian Patrick pursues the daughter of a train driver. With Gary Bond.
1/5 The evil supremo meets Dr Faustus. Martin Jenkin's fable adaptation, with Mark Gatiss.
1/4 Owner and founder Precious Ramotswe takes on her first case and a new secretary.
5/6 Crime writers John Harvey and Val McDermid try to solve the death of a radio DJ.
1/5 The Abbey's ill benefactor needs Brother Cadfael's ointment, deadly if ingested.
2/6 As the sabotage and murder trail continues, Mortimer Hive is invited to make a speech.
70/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 The writer combines travel with Spain's culinary delights.
1/5 An Oxford post-graduate 'rewinds', 'fast forwards' and 'plays' through his life.
6/10 With all of the Titanic's lifeboats gone, hard decisions remain for those left on the ship
Featuring Rupert Degas reading Big George by Eric Pringle.
11/20 Jet and the crew reach freighter number two and realise they may not be alone on Mars.
5/12 Obsessed with his alternative life, Dick is in no state to deal with Vita and her sons.
5/6 Xanthippe's luck is in as the war-like, sex-mad Spartans arrive in Ancient Athens.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's 'topical' banter and sketch show.
4/6 The writer has quit smoking and is jetting off, but the geraniums don't want him to go.
Tuesday 28 April 2009