3/4 In the city of the Citadel, novice Brutha stands up to the devious Deacon Vorbus.
3/10 Feeling ill at ease, Bernard Marx confides about Lenina to his best friend.
4/10 Bernard takes Lenina to the Savage Reservation, but is she fully prepared?
4/6 Convinced that Willy was murdered, Charles Paris consults his solicitor friend.
8/10 The detective's cop friend Don faces the appalling news of his son's suicide.
2/5 The 19-year-old studies to be a doctor and writes stories. With Andrew Scott.
It is Mr Openshaw's job to listen to people, except when he visits Mrs Flenswick.
12/12 Lady Glencora's children must choose between duty and love. Will the family be reconciled?
2/5 The scientist explains to Sue Nelson how surfing influenced his becoming an oceanographer.
2/5 How Don McCullin moved from war photography to fighting battles for the countryside.
7/10 Laura tries to seduce Martin when he comes to view the painting, but they're interrupted.
2/5 She insists on showing him her terrible work. He takes drastic action.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
8/14 The lad is set to be immortalised in wax, but it's not quite how he'd envisaged.
3/4 The host presents a selection of classic comic songs with special guest Howard Read.
1/6 A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains isn't what he expected.
5/6 Romance and skullduggery flourish when Rosie organises a food fair.
1/6 Newly engaged American socialite Newland Archer is drawn to his fiancee's cousin.
2/6 Eleanor's family are upset over her plans for divorce and its impact on New York society.
3/5 Anton is attracted to the daughter of the family's landlord. With Andrew Scott.
Blinded in an accident, Louis Braille aspires to improve the status of blind people.
5/6 King John gets ambushed in Roy Hudd's historical royal romp, with June Whitfield.
5/6 Charles Paris suspects one student is the murderer, but another's acting oddly.
9/10 With his life unravelling, the detective leaves home with a cryptic message for Don.
3/5 The scientist explains how comedy made her create a programme for computer-generated puns.
3/5 Leslie Forbes peers behind the privet hedges in search of Stanley Spencer's personal Eden.
8/10 Martin is concerned over the unexpected visit of a renowned art historian.
3/5 The landlord shows us one of his properties, but the memories are traumatic.
Stories include Dom and the Magic Topper, Charm School, Indigo's Star, and Earthborn.
4/4 Back in Omnia, Deacon Vorbis proclaims himself the One True Prophet. Brutha has concerns.
5/10 Lenina is horrified by the Savage Reservation, until she meets John.
6/10 Bernard brings John to London, and gets revenge on the Director of Hatcheries.
6/6 The listeners' votes are in, so the National Local Radio Station tells you the winners!
2/2 Pavlov, the Big Bang and Latin are some of Eddie's topics at London's Shaftesbury Theatre.
Thursday 28 January 2010