3/5 Edna's parallel London life sees a trip to the theatre, or is that untheatre?
by Margaret St Clair. Telepathic horror for a female astronaut. Read by Catherine Cusack.
A young man is seeking enlightenment, but gets more than he asked for.
Sir Morton Makepeace's characters disrupt his play and threaten his new Folly.
1/2 With her life in danger, actress Clarissa Lisle turns to private detective Cordelia Grey.
More comedy and music, with British rock stalwart Nick Lowe.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe and read by Daniel Ryan.
Carter Brandon takes his curmudgeonly uncle on some days out. With Stephen Thorne.
A refugee from the Russian Revolution is running a successful night club in Montmartre.
2/6 Phyllis King and Ivor Cutler present offbeat humorous songs, stories and poems.
Tattyfilarious comic Ken Dodd chats to actor Ricky Tomlinson about his life and times.
The civil servants cause chaos as London's new airport opens in Scotland. From April 1973.
Monologues and sketches from the comedy master, assisted by June Whitfield and Ray Fell.
Gyles Brandreth is joined by Anthony Holden, Stella Duffy, Jenny Colgan and Rosie Millard.
More celeb sound-alikes with a musical Doctor Who and Dale Winton in his showbiz trench.
The family saga of Big Ben, opium dens and men in frocks. From May 1993.
The story of Victorian Britain's most celebrated magician. With Miles Jupp.
Chief Petty Officer Pertwee starts fundraising for a cause - his own financial black hole.
2/10 Convinced his girlfriend is alive in a virtual world, a leap sends John to a brutal school
Flesh-eating monsters from the deep terrorise the Devon coast. Read by Robert Bathurst.
5/5 Fred MacAulay's new topical panel show, inspired by the latest headlines.
1/6 The new deputy museum curator gets a shock.
1/4 The comedy trio's swashbuckling tale of Victorian Britain's greatest sporting hero.
3/4 BBC Radio 7 showcases upcoming comedy writer/performers. From January 2009.
Monday 28 September 2009