4/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps tries to finally unravel the mystery of the haunted house.
3/3 Filled with pity for the ghost of the house, Virginia agrees to help Sir Simon find peace.
4/6 Simon is not convinced of a student's murder confession, but he soon gets sidetracked.
A creepy doll with a mind of its own causes alarm along London's catwalks.
5/10 Meena's mother finally gives birth, and she decides to form a gang with Anita.
2/4 A tip-off leads the inspector to a gym, where his colleague encounters a former tutor.
3/3 Stephen Wraysford returns to his old haunts in France, ravaged by the First World War.
4/10 Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families.
5/5 The broadcaster describes recent air-raids in his native city of Bradford.
5/10 It's young evacuee Willie's birthday and he's in for a big surprise.
5/10 George MacDonald Fraser continues reading his recollections of the war in Burma in 1945.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne, read by Anne-Marie Duff.
1/2 Poet Lemn Sissay heads south to begin retracing JB Priestley's 1933 tour of England.
3/6 The rescued orphan's good fortune comes to an end when he's spied by Fagin.
The former accountant's selections include The Al Read Show and People Like Us.
During the 1984 coal strike, a couple host two miners' daughters. Drama with Eleanor David
Simon delves into his HSE background for one final ruse, in Mark Tavener's comic thriller.
Budget cuts cause conflict in Mark Tavener's comedy drama set in a Cambridge college.
The Master and the Dean's feud intensifies as a student is found cheating.
A student is found hanged, but was it suicide - or murder? Stars Geoffrey Palmer.
A student confesses to murder, but Simon's not convinced he's guilty.
8/33 Private eye Guy Noir meets some dreamers and Lake Wobegon gets the Small Town Blues.
8/13 From dog-fights to alchemy, we cover plenty of ground this week.
5/6 Edna and Tankerton return to her home town and attend a fete worse than death.
3/5 Mark Gatiss introduces Tom Morton-Smith's chilling tale of a virus-swept town.
Brutal killings in a mysterious laboratory spark a government hush-up.
Sunday 15 November 2009