18/20 With Lemmy and Doc at the mercies of the Martian forces, Jet Morgan comes to the rescue.
12/12 After being sedated for five days, Dick discovers his doctor's verdict on the drug.
3/6 After a spell in prison, the Roman detective discovers that his reputation is at stake.
3/14 Inspector Alan Grant pursues his newfound interest in Richard III.
3/10 Celie falls in love with Mister's lover - the glamorous singer Shug Avery.
4/4 Precious makes an unhappy discovery and Mma Makutsi finds a fan at the typing school.
3/4 With Maud Brewster aboard, the real danger on the schooner's voyage is yet to begin.
77/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/5 Matthew Harvey examines an inventor's risks of debt - when does one give up?
3/5 As the cyclists continue their European adventure, George is taught a lesson in Prague.
3/5 David Nobbs recalls Peter Cook, David Frost and his part in the Sixties' satire boom.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/10 The veteran recounts a TV adaptation where he experienced robbery of a different kind.
1/7 Always on the lookout for work, Robert lands a rather sedentary role.
8/13 Sparrow lands a job in Aberdeen, where he is forced to tackle a pepped-up port-loving lady
5/6 A weekend away in the country and under canvas. Memories will be made of this.
4/4 Humphrey and Maud dash for freedom from the cruel captain, but Japan is 600 miles away.
4/10 Sofia is beaten by the police and thrown in jail after hitting the Major.
1/4 The detective faces a medical mystery behind the discovery of a dumped body.
Mendelssohn and 'The Onedin Line' are the subjects. From April 1990.
4/6 After two murders in one night, the Roman detective is offered a job by the prime suspect.
4/14 Can Inspector Grant prove that King Richard III didn't murder the Princes in the Tower?
78/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 Many inventors have poor business skills, but one man is out to change perceptions.
4/5 On their German tour, the cyclists go climbing - and meet a dog with misplaced affections.
4/5 David Nobbs recalls the birth of his famous comedy creation, Reginald Iolanthe Perrin.
Featuring The Enchanted Wood written by Enid Blyton and read by Sally Lindsay.
19/20 Lemmy and Doc master a Martian sphere, and Jet gets a mysterious offer of help.
1/2 The hazards of space travel and its impact back home. Read by Jamie Glover.
2/8 From Egypt to origami, the National Theatre of Brent has the definitive history of Earth.
5/6 The elderly Scotsmen have a monstrous encounter in the great outdoors.
4/6 The consultants marvel at the world wide web, and Ryan gets embroiled in a protest.
5/6 The Brummie musicologist reveals the impact of so many rock legends dying aged 27.
5/6 What do shipwrecked objects have in common? Cosmic comedy of connections.
Friday 8 May 2009