3/10 Searching for Lioba, John arrives at a bizarre music festival. But is this world a trap?
1/2 What happens to a galaxy when it dies?
2/2 As murder suspects mount up, police question Cordelia Grey, and there's another death.
The story of Victorian Britain's greatest sporting hero. The comedy trio's family romp.
The new deputy museum curator gets a shock. With Julian Rhind-Tutt. From June 2007.
Max Bygraves' son chats to Sally Magnusson about growing up with a famous showbiz father.
A total lack of corpses sparks a dry spell the pathology lab. From November 2004.
With their love-lives in a tangle, Audrey falls out with Marjory. From March 1997.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
12/20 An unexploded bomb puts Mainwaring and Wilson in a jam. From April 1974.
3/4 More celeb sound-alikes as Barbara Windsor talks elections and Johnny Vegas monkeys about.
7/7 Furious Uncle Percy gets trapped and Bertie tries to avoid arrest. With Richard Briers.
5/6 Will Ken and Sandy's plan to use a lion to advertise Leo cosmetics be a roaring success?
1/2 Black teacher Ricardo Braithwaite gets a job in a tough East End school in post-war London
1/5 Carter Brandon and his uncle are chuffed to find a miserable home from home.
1/5 Feeling useless after the Second World War, two women set up their own detective agency.
A struggling vicar and a Welsh birthday card poet. Sketch comedy from March 1971.
1/4 Finding seven missing sculptures proves a challenge for private eye Steven J Blackburn.
6/10 The Swedish sleuth has a hunch over a Somali refugee's tit-for-tat killing.
6/10 Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel targets his key witness Greg Waterson.
65/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
1/6 The author and broadcaster recalls his 1962 arrival in England by boat from Australia.
1/10 Young Mariam's life is about to change. Seeta Indrani reads Khaled Hosseini's story.
1/5 The Monty Python star recalls the influential comedy troupe's huge success in the 70s.
Children's stories presented by Kirsten O'Brien featuring The Doughnut Ring.
1/16 A man discovers that the power of music can have unlikely effects. With Michael York.
An Englishman spends a chilling night in a spooky bungalow in India.
3/6 McGurk turns spy, Samuel enters showbiz and Ezekiel gets stuck.
3/6 Radical proposals to improve our lives, with the comedian's legal shake-up. From 1992.
2/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From March 2002.
3/5 Sheffield singer John Shuttleworth's present causes consternation for his agent Ken.
Tuesday 6 October 2009