Back from abroad, Reverend Martin Stokes faces a nightmare of biblical proportions.
A tale about an academic who discovers how to control the forces of nature with his mind.
3/3 After defeating the Trojans, the Greeks sail home. Will the gods be kind to them?
Ned's quitting nicotine, but Grytpype-Thynne has other ideas. From January 1960.
Lord Zimbabwe and Dr Lilac are moon-bound pursuing abducted hillbillies. From August 2000.
JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
The showbiz legend gives a lecture to impress the Egyptology Society.
From tackling Britain's recession to film extra of the century. From May 1984.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Ray Ellington and Max Geldray reunite.
1/4 Amateur philosopher Julius Hutch's plan for 'pottering' in retirement hits the buffers.
5/6 It's all hands to the duster as Paul makes an interesting discovery in Ashdown Forest.
1/3 Julius seeks senate leaders Cicero and Cato's support to shake up the rule of Rome.
1/10 A street kid goes on an Indian TV game show. The novel that inspired Slumdog Millionaire.
1/6 The priestly sleuth finds that time waits for no man as he investigates a murder.
1/8 The detective and his journalist wife must find a missing baby and identify a mystery man.
1/5 A dangerous game of chance for James Bond. Will his new sidekick prove a liability?
95/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/3 Linguistics pioneer Professor Eric Hawkins recalls starting out in 1920s Liverpool.
6/10 Sophie tells all, and Calypso has a secret for Hector, but where is he?
1/5 Alan Bennett recalls the monologue he wrote for the much-loved actress.
Featuring The Adventures of the Wishing Chair by Enid Blyton and read by Stacey Sampson.
16/20 Captain Jet Morgan and the Discovery crew ambush the Lunar Controller.
1/5 By John Connolly. A young woman deals with two tormentors by unexpected means.
1/5 A mild-mannered doctor and his monstrous alter ego. Read by Tim Pigott-Smith.
1/4 A ripping, bumper summer edition of the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
4/6 As food runs out at the fish restaurant, a man claims he's the Oracle's long-lost son.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's sketch show. From May 1998.
4/6 When his geraniums laugh at his puny physique, the writer overdoes his new fitness regime.
Tuesday 2 June 2009