Frank's memory starts to return, but he remembers something terrible.
2/3 Ines worries about her petrification. Thorsteinn says the answer lies in Iceland.
The sleuth's visitor is asked to copy out the 'Encyclopaedia Britannica'. Is it a hoax?
14/14 Grant and Carradine encounter a setback, but tie up the case of the Princes in the Tower.
4/5 Hiding out at a hotel with stolen cash, bank employee Dennis lies to some fellow guests.
3/4 Dr Joe Aston helps police probe a taxi driver who is their only witness to a murder.
4/10 With Europe teetering on the brink of war, Pierre aims to make a fresh start.
88/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 Jane Austen, inverted commas, proof-readers and a man haunted by an exclamation mark.
9/10 The writer recalls his Anglican faith throughout army and university life.
9/10 Mr Toad is shocked to learn that his beloved Toad Hall has been taken over.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
9/13 Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in The Curse of the Blackstumps, plus a very bona ballet.
2/6 The actor minds his girlfriend's talented stunt-dog, but it eats everything in sight.
6/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Wells.
6/6 The Royal Dingle Company re-enact the Bard's great cinematic moments. From October 1995.
5/10 With Russia and France's uneasy peace, all is not well in the Rostov family.
5/5 The police start closing in on the fugitive bank employee, on the run at a Cornish hotel.
4/4 Dr Aston feels threatened when a rival psychologist investigates a series of attacks.
From Moscow to the mudflats of Muk Muk via a stately home, it's the ultimate one-man show.
The Baker Street sleuth's enemy Professor Moriarty pursues him across Europe.
A tragic story of love and revenge induces pity and sorrow in the great Sherlock Holmes.
89/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
5/5 Are email and the internet influencing how we punctuate? Lynne Truss investigates.
10/10 The writer describes the hold that Leeds has maintained on him into adulthood.
10/10 Mole, Ratty, Badger and Toad attempt to recapture Toad Hall. Read by Alan Bennett.
Featuring Sally Lindsay reading The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton.
The enigmatic Paddy Flynn reveals more about the hierarchy of asteroid crews. From 1955.
3/3 Winter falls in Iceland and Ines' transformation has a dramatic conclusion.
4/6 The Welsh comedian continues his quest to free us from the seven deadly sins.
5/6 The showbiz legend's got hospital tests, but says his goodbyes in case the worst happens.
3/4 Asked to advise on a new cricketing film, the star player causes havoc in Hollywood.
Saturday 23 May 2009