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5/20 Captain Jet and Lemmy monitor strange calls on the ship-to-ship intercom.
5/5 Offred embarks on Serena Joy's plan and sees the brutality of the new regime.
4/4 As Mother Helen's nuns face declining numbers, the detective tackles an unsolved murder.
10/14 Grant and Carradine delve into those who may also have had a claim to the throne.
10/10 Shug is back! - and surprise visitors arrive for Celie. Stars Nadine Marshall.
The private eye learns the bitter truth behind a case of money lending and espionage.
A law firm's copyist 'prefers' not to do parts of his job.
84/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
5/5 Peter White faces mother nature in his exploration of how blind people experience beauty.
5/10 The writer recalls the difficulties his family faced in leaving Leeds on wartime Sundays.
5/10 Rat and Mole stumble across Mole's old abode. But it's a bittersweet homecoming.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Kirsten O'Brien presents. Featuring Wenny Has Wings by Janet Lee Carey, read by Adam Sims.
Aubrey Manning hopes to unearth the diseases suffered by the ancient Egyptians.
2/6 The celebrated GP meets his match with Scotland's stingiest widow. AJ Cronin dramatisation
Nick Utechin selects some of the detective's greatest cases on radio.
An old lady is fooled by a crooked lodger and his gang. With Edward Petherbridge.
The Roman detective realises the lengths that a lover will go to for revenge.
A murder unites Detective Inspector Cromwell and Mother Helen to solve the mystery.
The theft of a treasure from her convent reunites Mother Helen with DI Cromwell.
Cromwell gives the nuns a crime prevention talk, but grows suspicious of Sister Paula.
The nuns aren't safe from declining numbers and Cromwell must solve an old murder.
30/33 Comedy and music from Nashville, with guests Brad Paisley and the Sam Bush Band.
Vincent Price's tale of a phoney clairvoyant and a client who wants a preview of eternity.
1/8 The BBC producer talks about his 1950s sci-fi trilogy Journey into Space and its revival.
1/8 Classic sci-fi from James Follett's final book in the Silent Vulcan Trilogy.
1/3 The gods foretell disaster if a Trojan sovereign's second son is allowed to live.
Sunday 17 May 2009