6/6 All Captain Vimes needs to save the city is a million-to-one chance.
4/5 By Dominic Power. Widow Lottie's odd encounter with a fox has a life-changing effect.
4/5 Utterson's persistence in investigating the truth about his friend Dr Jekyll is rewarded.
1/6 Charles Paris is rehearsing in Edinburgh when an actor dies - is it murder?
5/10 The New Orleans detective is on the trail of a missing teenager. Read by Ray Shell.
9/10 Visiting Lydia in the sanatorium, Richardson catches up on events with Blackie.
3/4 The detective heads to a glitzy London hotel, where a woman is found dead.
9/12 Plantagenet Palliser wrestles with the difficulties of government.
3/4 Simon Hoggart examines the language of argument used in the church and the courts of law.
4/5 The joys of Middle Age. What happens when the caring shifts from children to parents?
4/10 When Martin's wife Kate hears about his plan for the painting, she demands more proof.
4/5 Agony aunt Claire Rayner recounts her return to nursing and meeting the love of her life.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
10/13 Bobby and Butch are happy campers, and Tarzan swings in with Jane and Cheetah.
2/6 Take the High Road: Robin is driving to Glasgow, but Wendy lets the train take the strain.
1/6 An everyday story of sheep, sin and scholarship under the shadow of the Long Mynd.
4/6 The air crew dodge a fuel and financial crisis with the aid of the Scottish cricket team.
10/12 As Palliser's government comes under attack, so Lopez's standing becomes more difficult.
10/10 As he helps her recovery, Richardson must face up to what love for Lydia really means.
4/4 The detective heads to a coffee bar, where a man lies dead upstairs - but who killed him?
5/6 British musical theatre star Evelyn Laye joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
2/6 Actor Charles Paris meets student Anna and makes a discovery about Willy's death.
6/10 As the New Orleans detective's investigations continue, he reflects on meeting Deborah.
4/4 Simon Hoggart considers the future of spontaneous public speaking.
5/5 The clock is ticking, but is the Big Goodbye to be feared or welcomed?
5/10 Convinced that his devious plan will net him a fortune, Martin makes his arrangements.
5/5 Claire Rayner recalls how she became an agony aunt, and her experience of cancer.
Featuring The Folk of the Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton and Francesca Simon's Horrid Henry.
1/4 Set in a complex state of beliefs, the Great God Om appears before novice monk Brutha.
5/5 By Polly Devlin. Strong moonlight forces spark events which echo across generations.
5/5 It's Henry Jekyll's turn to tell the story, as the bizarre truth is finally revealed.
3/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis laugh at the unlucky escapades of celebrities and leaders.
2/4 Stand-up hosted by Simon Bligh, with John Mann, Marian Unfaithful and Paul Tonkinson.
3/6 Young Pip must thwart his evil guardian's plans. Mark Evans's Dickensian spoof.
Saturday 23 January 2010