3/4 With the planetary decontaminationists on the run, Arnold's apologetic call is traced.
4/4 Vezin is wary over a mother and daughter's invitation to witches' Sabbath.
5/6 Knowing the general was poisoned, Lord Peter Wimsey probes Miss Dorland's hobby.
4/5 As the 75th birthday of Adolf Hitler nears, detective Xavier March hits trouble.
14/15 Lyon is back and Anne still has feelings for him, despite being engaged to Kevin.
When time was standardised in the 19th century, not everyone was convinced by the idea.
2/3 After failing to marry Stephen, Elfride meets and falls in love with his mentor Henry.
48/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
4/5 The essayist on the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the one they called the 'Thorpedo'.
4/10 Ambition and attraction coincide when Grace Melbury encounters young Doctor Fitzpiers.
1/3 From public protests to action committees - Anthony Jay's guide to beating bureaucracy.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
12/20 Kenneth Williams saddles up, but Kenneth Horne seeks advice on Bona Bijou Tourettes.
6/6 Branded a wife-beater in his parallel universe, a joke backfires for bachelor Robin.
4/6 Still single at 41, the barber's mother - and fate - seem determined to take a hand.
4/6 Tales are being told in town. Moira's acting oddly, Bob's ignored and Irene's confused.
3/3 After seeing Stephen at the church, Elfride procrastinates over telling Henry of her past.
15/15 Betrayed by Neely and with Lyon becoming more distant, Anne turns to the dolls.
Passengers on a train uncover the story that linked their families 150 years ago.
5/6 There's a leak at a secret defence project. Could Brightco be the source?
6/6 With two suspects missing, Lord Peter Wimsey battles to pinpoint the poisoner.
5/5 Detective Xavier March uncovers the terrible secret of Adolf Hitler's totalitarian state.
49/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
5/5 In the last of his essays the writer shares thoughts on European unity and the joy of gyms
5/10 Doctor Fitzpiers and Grace Melbury's paths cross on Midsummer's Eve in Little Hintock.
2/3 How to fund a protest and acquire a good legal team. Read by Derek Fowlds.
With The Five Lost Aunts of Harriet Bean, The Twitches: Bath Day, Flat Stanley and Dizzy.
4/4 Evans the Welsh vigilante aims to bomb the planetary decontaminationists for melting Earth
Vast computer Multivac runs global affairs, but can it explain man's sense of humour?
3/6 Exploring a fresh theme each week, the Irish comedian hosts stand-up and sketches.
1/6 The team take the audience on a posh day out.
The Scottish comedy team pokes fun at topical events. From Glasgow's Citizens Theatre.
Saturday 12 September 2009