2/5 Following gruesome discoveries at both camps, Bowers' behaviour becomes more erratic.
3/4 Now a monstrous insect, Gregor strives to stay close to his family.
Philip Marlowe tackles a wealthy family's case of blackmail - and murder.
Ex-jailbirds Charles and George mastermind a plan to thwart the Mafia.
Recalling his career, the late 'Dad's Army' co-creator reveals his musical past.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Kirsten O'Brien features Avril Crump and Her Amazing Clones, by Angela Woolfe.
2/2 Muriel Hammond's journey to womanhood and independence in 1900s Yorkshire.
3/3 Every Sunday an awkward, fiddle-playing coffin-maker comes to play for his mother.
1/4 With Christmas bonus talk, the buying clerk's generosity knows no bounds for once.
3/12 Russell Davies' survey of wireless mirth reaches the onset of the Second World War.
5/6 Geoffrey Wheeler traces the history of the music hall once the pride of Leicester Square.
3/3 Correspondence between PG Wodehouse and his old musical collaborator friend Guy Bolton.
6/6 The British ambassador and his team plan their campaign for a diplomatic dinner.
The surreal comedian tackles an expert role each week - with no ability whatsoever.
Clive Anderson is joined by Stephen Fry, John Sessions, John Bird and Jimmy Mulville.
A star spangled American issue of the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
Victor suffers a bank holiday traffic nightmare. Adapted from TV. From February 1995.
Bank manager George Mainwaring sets up Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard. From January 1974.
1/3 James Follett's first radio play explores dissention and danger in a repressive state.
3/3 Ichabod Crane comes face-to-face with his worst nightmare. Martin Jarvis reads.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a satirical look at the news. From 17th July 2009.
4/6 The Bletchley Park codebreakers must play football against Italian prisoners of war.
6/6 Magazine style sketch show that comically scrutinises the latest news. With Miles Jupp.
2/4 The incisive reporter on the pros and cons of bank holidays. From November 2008.
2/4 Ever tried storming a bouncy castle? Welcome to the surreal world of Miriam Elia.
Monday 27 July 2009