3/4 Mistaking it for the night bus, Bernie is a prisoner on the time-travelling double-decker.
3/4 Now a monster, Gregor strives to stay close to his family, but his father turns on him.
City worker Freddie stops at the station for drinks - and to see his mistress.
Joyce Grenfell and chums mark the BBC Third Programme's 5th birthday. From September 1951.
Joyce Grenfell and chums also reveal how not to give a party and how not to be a guest.
1/5 A gushing store assistant and an opera lover. With Maureen Lipman. From March 1998.
2/5 Two songs - and a steamy tale from Virginia. Maureen Lipman as Joyce Grenfell. From 1998.
3/5 A wrong number, a poignant song and a letter. Maureen Lipman as Joyce Grenfell. From 1998.
4/5 Maureen Lipman recreates the monologues, letters and songs of Joyce Grenfell. From 1998.
5/5 Divided loyalties and the song 'When You Go'. Maureen Lipman as Joyce Grenfell. From 1998.
1/5 Featuring The Big Pond, The Fishing Bear and Toytown: The Conversion of Mr Growser.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
9/20 A cinema trip and a toasted cheese supper sparks Mainwaring's own Battle of Waterloo.
5/6 Billy's not keen on entertaining at his place, until someone suggests a game of cards.
4/4 By Rona Munro. Veteran hospital porter Archie reaps the rewards of his years of kindness.
2/6 The Larkins worry when Pop's taken ill. Rural family saga with David Jason. From 1996.
1/3 The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this 1876 classic.
6/10 The comedienne looks back on her life: remembering her big break - thanks to a WI lecture.
The struggles of a man in the thick of an extra-marital affair. Starring Pauline Collins.
9/13 Bob and Terry take a trip down memory lane. With James Bolam and Rodney Bewes.
2/6 The Roman sleuth probes the murder of a conspirator against the Emperor.
1/5 Tommy's casino chain is doing nicely until some new blood muscles in. Peter Marinker reads
Can daring Edwardian sleuth Thorpe Hazell intercept vital papers?
1/5 Virginia Nicholson's true story of the generation of women left without husbands.
1/5 Peter White describes how going for a walk can offer him an 'aural relief map'.
6/15 Dr Aziz organises a trip to the Marabar Caves but not everyone manages to catch the train.
6/10 With all of the Titanic's lifeboats gone, hard decisions remain for those left on the ship
Kirsten O'Brien presents an hour of children's stories.
8/13 A monk in Rizla's dream thinks he's two minutes away from death. With David Warner.
1/10 A chilling vision of a dystopian world of female oppression. Offred looks to her future.
2/10 Offred ponders an offer made by her doctor. Read by Buffy Davis.
3/6 The cartoonist sells his soul to the devil in the hope of securing eternal life.
3/5 Darkly comic memoirs. Will father's lecture on sex dampen our hero's ardour?
1/6 The host presents a comic lecture and sketches. With Debbie Issit. From September 1993.
4/4 Bob spies on one of Blackpool's top cabaret acts struggling along the pier. From 2001.
2/5 Featuring The Big Pond, A Story of Bran the Cat, and Toytown: The Extraordinary Affair.
Tuesday 9 February 2010