5/6 Despite the national emergency, landowners try to profit from the deadly Exon strain.
Medieval Japanese painter Yoshihide puts his daughter's life in terrible danger.
5/6 Losing the struggle to keep his job, Simon receives an intriguing offer.
5/6 The ex-officer heads to Godalming to protect Phyllis. And are the Duchess' pearls safe?
5/5 Irene is horrified that her whole family are now living in Vera's compound.
Is Bill's success at the Bowls Club under threat, now thrusting young Matt is involved?
5/7 Lucie's actions cause ructions, and France reverberates to the sound of marching mobs.
89/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
5/5 Manhattan's most decadent burger reminds Alex Kapranos of his fifth birthday.
5/5 The engaging stories of an English housewife, created in The Times of 1937.
5/5 The war nears an end, but where does that leave Jan and Mrs Miniver?
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring Marianne Dreams by Catherine Storr, read by Sam Stoyan.
6/6 Billy Kay explores the country's contacts with Africa through the years.
2/6 The Artful Dodger introduces Oliver to Fagin, who offers an unusual apprenticeship.
Including Radio Active, The Shuttleworths, and Knowing Me, Knowing You.
A woman struggles with her own madness until she meets a pioneering psychiatrist.
Why does a Cambridge master need a plodding Health and Safety executive?
Another mysterious death causes Health and Safety executive Simon to consider cruets.
As dead don Peter's sordid side is made public, Simon struggles with his day job.
Simon keeps his Health and Safety job. But is Zoe the next target? With Geoffrey Palmer.
Losing the struggle to keep his job, Simon receives an intriguing offer.
7/33 Emmy Lou Harris joins the American funny man at St Paul's Fitzgerald Theater. From 2008.
7/13 Can Susan trust her husband, and what is the cost if she does?
4/6 Carlo leads the story, as Edna and Tankerton face their biggest challenge yet.
2/5 Mark Gatiss introduces Mike Bartlett's tale of a man getting ready to pop the question.
Robin Boyle recalls those who entertained the nation during the Second World War.
Sebastian Faulks on his bestselling book Birdsong.
Sunday 8 November 2009