2/13 Hugo Rune and Rizla attempt to solve the missing spaniel mystery. With David Warner.
9/10 Bernard worries as John tries to foster rebellion amongst the Delta grades.
10/10 Disenchanted with society, John decides to seek solitude.
Frustrated Martin is offered an amazing opportunity, but is he brave enough to take it?
1/6 The kindly detective probes dark deeds in the world of small-time animal charities.
5/5 Falling for actress Olga Knipper, the writer faces conflict with his sister Masha.
1/6 Franciscan priest Paolo Baldi turns amateur sleuth in an Italian chip shop.
5/6 Ellen Olenska returns, and socialite Newland rushes to tell her his big decision.
6/6 Newland finds his assignation with Ellen replaced with something more formal and final.
5/5 Sue Nelson is in New York to talk to the astrophysicist professor about her love of art.
5/5 Leslie Forbes meets the artists who hung a 'living tapestry' among 15th-century textiles.
10/10 Devious Martin makes a last ditch effort to grab the coveted painting to make his fortune.
5/5 Or to put it another way, what has the husband been up to in Moscow?
16/33 The American funny man fights off the frigid temperatures in Duluth, Minnesota. From 2009.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring A Traveller in Time by Alison Uttley, read by Imogen Rands.
6/6 News of a plane crash sends the intrepid boy reporter on a desperate search.
2/6 Reflections on the rise and fall of EC Segar's sailor man. Stars Warren Mitchell.
The comedian talks to Peter Reed about his radio life and times.
2/2 The 1808-1813 peninsular campaign of the Duke of Wellington continues.
With Willy dead, Charles Paris questions the owner of the student actors' house.
Convinced that Willy was murdered, Charles Paris consults his solicitor friend.
Charles Paris suspects one student is the murderer, but another's acting oddly.
With one murder suspect cleared, a bomb is ticking in actor Charles Paris' bag.
Frustrated Martin is offered an amazing opportunity - but is he brave enough to take it?
1/8 On a storm-battered island, Mau believes he's the only survivor. Read by Matt Addis.
Scientists on Venus battle to find signs of life, but what is the impact of their quest?
Host Jenny Eclair introduces stand-ups including Count Arthur Strong and Jarred Christmas.
Village teacher Platonov's youthful ambitions are rekindled when Sofya arrives.
4/6 Steve and Hugh spotlight a forgetful motorcyclist and a haunted pub. From March 1999.
Sunday 31 January 2010