1/3 Underground city Arama's dwellers have never questioned their fight for survival.
1/10 When London cabbie Tony picks up a fare, the journey takes him a bit too close to home.
5/6 Simon continues his murder investigation, while the Dean sets his sights on promotion.
1/5 As civil war takes its toll on Shrewsbury, the detective monk takes action.
6/10 Meena visits a fortune teller who foretells things about her relationship with Anita.
3/4 The inspector tries to protect a Nuremburg Trials judge from an avenging killer.
In 1930s London, would-be poet Gordon Comstock tries hard not to conform.
5/10 Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families.
1/5 As a candid young doctor, the Sherlock Holmes author writes to his mother Mary.
6/10 Evacuee Willie's happiness is threatened by dark clouds on the horizon.
6/10 George MacDonald Fraser's personal account of front line soldiering in Burma in 1945.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Confusion abounds when Troutbridge gets a telly makeover as a German wartime frigate.
5/6 St Petersburg's most high-minded young artist makes a pact with the devil.
3/6 A pregnancy scare sparks Bartholomew family chaos. Whose is expecting?
5/6 The author and his wife blow hot and cold about refrigeration. Stars Ian Carmichael.
1/4 During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.
7/10 Meena is called on to help with baby Sunil and sets about healing the rift with Anita.
4/4 The sleuth investigates when a victim is found chained to a post in the Thames.
12/13 The third semi-final of the general knowledge music quiz. Ned Sherrin hosts.
6/6 Can Simon gather the evidence to prove who the killer is and stop more murders?
2/5 The detective monk's plan for a hostage exchange falters when love raises its head.
6/10 Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families.
2/5 The author writes to his mother about marriage, fatherhood and Sherlock Holmes.
7/10 Young evacuee Willie must return to London and his bullying mother. Read by David Brierley
7/10 George MacDonald Fraser continues reading his recollections from 1945 of the war in Burma.
Featuring The Cowgirl Aunt of Harriet Bean, Grandpa Chatterji, and The Doomspell.
2/3 Underground city Arama's dwellers have never questioned their fight for survival.
2/10 After years of silence, Josh regains his hearing. But does it answer all his prayers?
1/6 A Page 3 girl reveals all, and a message from Mikhail Gorbachev.
1/4 Devastated by a TV critic, talk show host Juliette Johnson's day goes from bad to worse.
5/6 Carol is thwarted trying to keep George's transvestism a secret.
Wednesday 18 November 2009