1/3 A mysterious alien force takes its toll on the women of a rural village.
Scientists stumble on a way to manufacture happiness.
Comic spin on what really happened inside the wooden horse during the siege of Troy.
Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Ray Ellington and Max Geldray reunite.
Aunt Dilys wants to move into an old people's home. With Rosemary Leach. From July 2003.
A ripping, bumper summer edition of the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
Stephen Fry hosts the humorous banter and sketches. Pilot episode, from December 1987.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Nicholas Parsons is joined by Clement Freud, Derek Nimmo, Tony Hawks and Fred MacAulay.
2/4 Broadcasting secrets are revealed in the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
2/4 Hard-up Julius Hutch's world of retirement is turned upside down by a blundering bank.
6/6 A political back to basics push puts Caroline in danger, and Kit into a maid's outfit.
3/3 The story of Septimus Severus and how he came to the brink of becoming Emperor.
6/10 An incident with a gun helps Thomas answer the next question.
6/6 The priestly sleuth comes across foul play at a distinctly unfriendly cricket match.
4/6 With Francis Wheen, Fred Housego, Polly Toynbee and Miles Kington.
6/8 A practical joke has unexpected repercussions and no one admits to knowing Marian Faber.
1/5 When Carole Seddon makes a sinister discovery, she needs an ally to help investigate.
100/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 Danny Danziger explores the wealth of treasures held in the vast collections.
1/8 The crafty old rural rogue reveals how he came by a lily which he refers to as 'she'.
1/5 Humorist, writer and broadcaster Alan Coren muses on his beloved part of London.
Kirsten O'Brien presents. With Comet in Moominland by Tove Jansson, read by Harry Hill.
1/6 A routine trip to the moon turns into a nightmare for Captain Saxon Berry.
1/2 A stranger on a train reveals his secret. 1901 anti-war story with a disturbing vision.
5/6 Customers drop like flies when Heraclitus adds hemlock to the cockroach fritters.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's topical banter and sketch show.
5/6 As the writer gets a lucky Hollywood break, his geraniums are terrorised by an old foe.
Tuesday 9 June 2009