A mother worries her God-fearing son over a past crime. Stars Thora Hird.
4/5 Gren and Poyly survive the volcano, but the Morel is becoming increasingly frustrated.
The spinster sleuth sets out to discover who murdered a mystery blond.
William and Dorothy settle in their sublime cottage. Sue Limb's Lakeland poets parody.
Lucy sets up David's party, but their mates seem too busy with kids. From June 2001.
Harry Secombe's daughter chats to Sally Magnusson about growing up with her funny father.
Becoming a 'breatharian' has disastrous consequences. From April 2000.
Captain Povey is keen to clear the decks of Troutbridge, but Number One fights back.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
9/20 The platoon are challenged to capture the Highland Unit's headquarters. From March 1974.
5/5 More celeb sound-alikes as Thora Hird instructs James Bond and Zippy imitates Cherie Blair
4/7 Bertie Wooster must mend bridges after the fake burglary debacle. With Richard Briers.
2/6 Three Deborahs, one stingy bank and an impending divorce perplex ad man Ken Handley.
1/2 The classic tale of a man wrongly accused of theft. Stars Michael Williams.
1/5 Carter Brandon and his curmudgeonly uncle's first day out - down the pub.
Sue MacGregor reunites some of the comic crew of 'HMS Troutbridge'.
6/6 With guests Andrew Collins, Tracey MacLeod, Clare Grogan and Danny Kelly. From June 2006.
1/5 The amateur sleuth's peaceful island break is destroyed by a death and a photo.
1/10 The newly promoted Bombay policeman is sent to probe the suicide of a British memsahib.
A retired businessman returns from abroad to search for his ex-wife.
50/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
1/5 Ben Silburn recalls the volcanic eruption in Martinique that killed 30,000 people.
6/10 Newlywed Grace returns to Little Hintock with Doctor Fitzpiers, but not to wedded bliss.
3/3 How to win the paper war and how to ask those questions that require an answer.
Presented by Kirsten O'Brien. Featuring Bright Lights, The Witch Trade and Mac B.
1/2 Old foes and new allies appear as the Time Lord arrives on a benighted, desperate world.
1/8 Radio 7 goes behind the scenes for the recording of 'Blood of the Daleks'.
6/6 Feared Briton General Venables demands executions by sunset. From February 2000.
4/4 Have girls from TV's 'Friends' really come to visit? From April 2000.
5/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From September 2001.
6/6 Sheffield singer John Shuttleworth's efforts to find Big City fame don't go to plan.
Tuesday 15 September 2009