5/5 London gets stranger and stranger for Edna, Tankerton and both the Carlos.
By Bertram Chandler. Captives must prove rationality. Read by Catherine Cusack.
It was bedding plants that made slug-loving Colin's girlfriend walk out.
Set during India's 1992 Barbri Mosque riots, Rozina searches for a lost friend.
Crafty friends Jack and Algernon are living a double life in London 1895.
1/4 Maureen Lipman compiles and reinterprets monologues, letters and songs by Joyce Grenfell.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring The Seal Cove, written by Helen Dunmore and read by Sam Stoyan.
Catch-up with Peter Tinniswood's adventures. Starring Christian Rodska and Sam Kelly.
A child's impetuous act is finally resolved on a seafront some 50 years later.
4/6 Phyllis King and Ivor Cutler present offbeat humorous songs, stories and poems.
1/6 Mark Radcliffe tells the story of 'a gargoyle, a grotesque, and the funniest man alive'.
3/6 The actress recalls her stage, film and TV career and working with David Frost.
The bumbling civil servants cause confusion in a moral crusade. From September 1974.
The king of titters reads some ditties and battles giant animals in a spoof thriller.
Maureen Lipman compiles and reinterprets monologues, letters and songs by Joyce Grenfell.
Sharp-edged banter and sketches with a topical flavour. From October 1987.
The quick-fire comic presents stand-up, sketches and music. From March 2005.
Henry Crun must face the music as a mad assailant threatens the Nation.
4/10 John and Medley are transported to a world of orgies and circuses.
2/2 A spaceship faces an unknown future, hurtling towards the rim of the universe.
Fresh from 4. First heard on Radio 4 on 2nd October 2009.
3/6 Curators Rod and Julian are both planning grand gestures.
3/4 The swashbuckling family romp reaches the story of Victorian Britain's greatest actor.
From mirthful menus to Batman minus Robin. Sketches galore from March 1981.
Monday 12 October 2009