16/20 Captain Jet, Doc and Lemmy set off to rescue Mitch, who's starting to doubt his own sanity
10/12 At Sir Oliver Carminowe's house, Roger visits Isolda and comes up with a daring plan.
1/6 Falco faces temptation from a professional bride with a habit of outliving her husbands.
1/14 Confined to a hospital bed, Inspector Alan Grant tries to solve a historical case.
1/10 The struggle of uneducated black girl Celie in America's Deep South.
2/4 Precious Ramotswe must find two women wronged in the past by her client, Mr Molefelo.
1/4 Shipwrecked Humphrey Van Weyden is rescued by demonic skipper and seal hunter Wolf Larsen.
75/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 Fire-proof grease, happy accidents and the doggy doorbell. Presented by Matthew Harvey.
1/5 The threesome embark on a Victorian era cycling adventure in Germany. Read by Hugh Laurie.
1/5 From Orpington to Cambridge via Marlborough. David Nobbs reads from his autobiography.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Chaos looms on the Royal Yacht Britannia when an unexpected crew arrives.
3/6 The ruling family of Renaissance Italy's puniest city-state introduce a new currency.
3/8 With daughter Hannah at university, Faith's son Joe wants an Italian student to stay.
1/6 The Smollett family try to make a man of their son Compton, a self-employed trainspotter.
2/4 The schooner 'Ghost' journeys on to the seal herds. With Jack Klaff and Kerry Shale.
2/10 Celie is at the mercy of her cruel husband 'Mister'. His son Harpo weds feisty Sofia.
3/4 Precious learns about her competition, and Mma Makutsi embarks on an enterprise.
6/8 Albert and Harold argue over buying a TV or a car. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
2/6 With Severina's three husbands dead, the Roman detective gets an unexpected offer.
2/14 Marta brings Grant some pictures, and he becomes fascinated by a portrait of Richard III.
76/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 Apart from creativity, great inventions call for patents and money.
2/5 As they arrive in Germany for their cycling tour, Harris enjoys wrestling with a hose.
2/5 From the Sheffield Evening Star to BBC TV's 'That Was The Week That Was'.
Featuring The Enchanted Wood, written by Enid Blyton and read by Sally Lindsay.
17/20 With Mitch conditioned at a 'sheep station', Jet and his crew work out their own escape.
11/12 Dick learns Joanna has demoted Roger, and the former steward is sheltering Isolda.
1/4 The swashbuckling exploits of Edwardian adventurer Lord Zimbabwe. From July 2000.
5/6 After sending abusive emails, the hack vents his spleen with some corporate script-writing
1/4 George and Beverley feign their deaths to see how their children cope without them.
Wednesday 6 May 2009