The most haunted house in Victorian London is about to give up its dark secret.
2/4 Billy Pilgrim is both a prisoner of war and an inadvertent time traveller.
Alan Bennett stars in his own darkly comic requiem for a lost England. With Eleanor Bron.
The writer's struggling for cash and his geraniums whinge about Christmas decorations.
Albert and Harold argue over buying a TV or a car. Adapted from TV. From March 1972.
The couple's German friend Heinrich reveals his thoughts about the war.
Robert has a disastrous audition, but still ends up getting the part - of a corpse.
Is there something fishy about Bernard, besides his VAT returns? With Denise Coffey.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
It's 1942 and Neddie Seagoon must stop the Germans' secret weapon. Stars Spike Milligan.
2/4 The meaning of autumn and novelty dance lessons, in the spoof boys' adventure paper.
4/6 The residents await news from New York, and the Hawthornes are fretting.
2/6 It's audition time in the Hardy household, as Paul's new motorbike gets in on the action.
1/4 Flora Poste decides to live off her relatives, the Starkadders of Howling.
6/10 Celie discovers the truth about the man she knows as Pa.
3/4 The detective heads to a glitzy London hotel, where a woman is found dead.
1/6 Martin Young chairs the famous people quiz. With Francis Wheen and Fred Housego.
6/6 The Roman detective realises the lengths that a lover will go to for revenge.
6/14 Grant is confined to a hospital bed, when he ends up with some help from across the pond.
80/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 Peter White describes how going for a walk can offer him an 'aural relief map'.
1/10 The writer reads his wry recollections and observations about his early life in Leeds.
1/10 The Mole meets the Water Rat and has a close encounter with the river. Alan Bennett reads.
A daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
1/20 Jet Morgan's crew return to Earth, but their problems are only just beginning.
1/5 Offred is made an offer - should she accept? Read by Buffy Davis.
1/6 Uncle Liquidities demands that Plato quits philosophy to enter the funerary urn business.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's 'topical' sketch show. From 1998.
6/6 The writer ponders moving in with his girlfriend, and which geranium is sexiest?
Tuesday 12 May 2009