1/6 Can a corporation's new plant strain mutation bring relief to famine-stricken countries?
6/6 Heartbroken Lazarus Long's thoughts begin to turn to home on Earth. Read by Paul Birchard.
1/6 Why does a Cambridge master need a plodding Health and Safety executive?
1/6 Demobbed officer Hugh Drummond advertises his services to any client offering adventure.
1/5 Vera must live on her allotment, as Irene finds a rich friend reduced to begging.
1/4 The Oxbridge-educated detective probes the murder of a young woman who led a double life.
1/7 A man 'recalled to life' connects London and Paris during the French Revolution.
85/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
1/5 Alex Kapranos reveals that there's more to world touring than eating pizzas and burgers.
1/5 First appearing in The Times in 1937, the engaging stories of an English housewife.
1/5 Jan Struther created a wartime role model, but how close was her life to her writing?
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
As Troutbridge heads to the Isle of Wight, Captain Povey needs a favour from the crew.
3/6 Home from military service, Ivan finds his aunt's efforts to marry him off intolerable.
1/6 Middle-aged Stella battles to get her grown-up children to leave home.
3/6 The author and his wife feel jaded and start planning a break.
2/7 The Manettes and Mr Lorry attend an Old Bailey treason trial. Stars Charles Dance.
2/5 Vera learns she's not alone on her allotment, and Irene nurses her vagrant chum.
2/4 The south London sleuth gets embroiled in a ruthless smuggling racket on the Kent marshes.
10/13 The general knowledge music quiz semi-finals. Ned Sherrin poses the questions.
2/6 Another mysterious death causes Health and Safety executive Simon to consider cruets.
2/6 Tricked into abducting the wrong man, Peterson gives a stern warning to the ex-officer.
86/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
2/5 Front man Alex Kapranos champions the merits of a Parisian salad made from gizzards.
2/5 The engaging stories of an English housewife, created for The Times in 1937.
2/5 Jan Struther's marriage woes inspire her to write Mrs Miniver, based on her past happiness
Featuring Jeremy Brown and the Mummy's Curse, A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind and Honestly Mum.
2/6 As fires erupt, why is Ralph Exon's new plant strain mutation growing so rapidly?
A chain of events forces an elderly woman to confront a tragedy from her past.
5/6 Eavesdropping on animals and Planet Dull. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's sharp humour.
5/6 The sports agent's snooker playing client has developed an unfortunate phobia.
3/6 Transvestite George gets thrilling news, then a bombshell drops.
Wednesday 4 November 2009