2/3 As the Inspector fights for his life, the Professor discovers a sinister beast.
4/4 By Peter F Hamilton. A diligent detective learns how a businessman stays ahead of rivals.
Five orphans enjoy the idyllic countryside, but the end of childhood innocence is nigh.
A treasure map leads young Jim Hawkins on a sea adventure with devious Long John Silver.
The Northern Irish funny man chats about his life and showbiz career.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - written by Jules Verne and read by Ray Fearon.
1/3 Three young women seek entertainment careers in the dazzling of post-war New York.
Sailing round the Mediterranean, a lady writes about the upper-class antics on board ship.
2/4 With a new girl in town, the clerk knows his office isn't big enough for both of them.
8/12 Includes Hancock, The Goons, The Lyons, Beyond Our Ken, Joyce Grenfell and Basil Boothroyd
4/6 Geoffrey Wheeler visits Yorkshire's home of pantomime and a steadfast dance troupe.
The bumbling civil servants hit obstacles galore when deciding on a new motorway route.
5/9 When Bryan and son arrive in Frimlington, their fellow holidaymakers aren't too welcoming.
When his partner is killed in 1928 San Francisco, sleuth Sam Spade is drawn into a riddle.
Exploring a fresh theme each week, the Irish comedian hosts stand-up and sketches.
Samuel's crooked brother lures Joshua into fighting the 'Cockney Monster'.
Trapped in Steeple Bumpleigh, Bertie Wooster meets an old flame.
The lad accepts a bet when challenged to copy Phileas Fogg's trip, but in far less time.
A woman's terrifying dream turns into reality. Introduced by the Man in Black.
2/5 The tribal elders have gone, leaving the children to face the Earth's dense jungle alone.
1/5 Fresh from 4, Fred MacAulay's new topical panel show inspired by the latest headlines.
3/6 The producer and comedian get chatting in the tag talk show.
1/4 The tale of Victorian Britain's most decorated soldier. Swashbuckling romp from Jan 2008.
3/4 BBC Radio 7's showcase for up-and-coming comedy writer/performers. From November 2007.
Monday 31 August 2009