4/5 Lioba and Kip are on the city streets where crime pays, but a vigilante appears.
2/2 As the lone survivor of a Mars mission returns to Earth, the consequences emerge.
Bitter miser Ebenezer Scrooge is taken on a ghostly journey of self-redemption.
The nostalgic spiffing spoof of adventure story papers for boys. From September 1991.
The quartet of David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis entertain
Crime writers Ruth Dudley Edwards and Simon Shaw tackle the case of a redhead shot dead.
The cult sketch comedy's debut. Stars Tim Brooke-Taylor and John Cleese. From April 1964.
An eccentric millionaire funds an expedition for fragments of a famous dessert. From 1955.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
A woman receives stacks of gifts from a lavish admirer, who is inspired by the carol.
Ivy covets a specially cultivated sprig of white-berried holly for a pudding.
Celebrity sound-alike celebrations with Robbie Williams, Barbara Windsor, David Beckham.
5/8 After the syndicate disaster, Bertie ponders what to bet on next.
4/6 The shady lawyer searches for a lost pekingese. With Michael Roberts. From June 1990.
6/8 The past comes back to haunt Samuel Pickwick in a court of law. Stars Simon Cadell.
1/5 Recipes and Christmas survival tips from the worst of pen friends Vera and Irene.
Yearning to be a private eye, the assistant takes on a case behind her boss' back.
Military medal rivalry sparks a shooting contest with another platoon. From December 1974.
1/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of an immigrant accused of wounding.
1/10 The swashbuckler reveals his daring plan for the Scarecrow's escape. Read by Rufus Sewell.
20/20 A 17th century widow's lonely return and a sad goodbye to the Middle East.
1/5 How The Wizard of Oz sparked a life-long passion for the Hollywood star.
1/5 Working on Christmas Eve is no fun if your eccentric boss acts even more oddly than usual.
1/5 The tale of a curious artefact found in the ruins of a Knights Templar church.
Featuring The Big Bazoohley by Peter Carey and The BFG by Roald Dahl.
1/2 It's a future where computers rule and artificial intelligence has become a reality.
2/6 Howard and Vince set out to find the zoo's former owner Tommy. From October 2001.
Festive bickering over Thatcher's Britain and seasonal sexism swipes. From December 1984.
1/4 Surveyor's clerk Simon tries hard to cover up a huge white lie.
3/6 The public access cable radio show hosted by the District councillors. From February 1999.
Tuesday 22 December 2009