2/6 The crew make a discovery in Egypt, while stowaways are reported on the Mars-bound ship.
5/10 Alone in a house, a pregnant woman grows distressed by the sounds of a crying baby.
6/10 A lonely occultist signs up to a special internet chat room to attract some demons.
5/8 The worried detective tackles Salty West and uncovers links to his wife Steve.
3/3 Dutch sleuth Van der Valk needs a decoy to tempt Elsa's killer out of hiding.
3/20 A lascivious lawyer and a dashing captain - Becky Sharp continues to attract admirers.
Blinded in an accident, Louis Braille aspires to improve the status of blind people.
3/4 The heroine's machinations lead to the solving of a mystery and to a wedding.
107/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/5 Brother Guy Consolmagno thinks ahead to a post-human future and back to ancient beliefs.
8/8 It's the end of a Life of Wine and Women for HE Bates' nonagenarian rogue.
3/8 Cheap rail travel brings wonderful restive seafront encounters. Read by Leonard Pearcey.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
10/10 The veteran auditionee discusses his film-making exploits. Did he ever hit the big screen?
1/6 Observing the theatrical superstition, Robert Wilson multi-tasks in Macbeth.
The quartet of David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis entertain
5/6 It's quiz time, but Mr Maxwell is lacking a team. Plus a former pupil is having problems.
4/4 Will Lucilla ever end up with a husband, or has she 'gone off'?
4/20 Becky Sharp aims to charm a wealthy spinster and her handsome nephew.
Miss Pickering has an ulterior motive for a newspaper ad, as do the four gents who reply.
John Amis, Frank Muir, Ian Wallace and Denis Norden are quizzed on the foxtrot. From 1993.
6/8 An unexpected twist wraps up the case for the smooth detective - or does it?
2/4 The detective tackles a jewellery fraud with a link to a transatlantic visitor to London.
108/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 If the sun and the stars burn themselves out, will any life survive in the darkness?
1/7 Educated with liberal views, Howard Baker goes to heaven and is pleasantly surprised.
4/8 Even gasometers can become beautiful, and 'wolf'-men can be hospitable.
Kirsten O'Brien presents, featuring Lizzie Dripping by Helen Cresswell, read by Lisa Riley
3/6 Landing on Mars, the crew start to explore but find their welcome is far from warm.
7/10 Discovering how to keep death at bay, a Victorian scientist starts resurrecting.
8/10 Angels have returned, but to a world where only one person remembers who they are.
8/8 The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century.
5/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore recall some 1960s cunning villainy.
1/6 Sketch show that scrutinises the latest news, views and issues of the day, with Miles Jupp
5/6 When the Asian radio station boss gets religion, the result is far from heavenly.
Friday 19 June 2009