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6/8 Mau, Daphne and Ataba have found a golden door deep in a cave. South Seas adventure.
1/5 Millions of years from now, a small tribe battles to stay alive in Earth's dense jungle.
A sect leader threatens to destabilise a young King. Stars Paul Scofield and Diana Rigg.
Miss Jane Marple ponders an outbreak of hate-mail and a trail of death.
21/33 Celtic band The Boys of the Lough and Canada's Wailin' Jennys join the American funny man.
1/5 It seems that money can't buy you love. Starring Nicholas Farrell and Christopher Hancock.
1/6 Sir John Reith's BBC discovers how to operate away from the studios. With Daphne Oxenford.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring Kirsten The Silver Spoon of Solomon Snow by Kaye Umansky, read by Ward Parry.
3/4 Osborne makes a declaration to spirited American Isabel Archer on her final day in Rome.
Mimi feels her family are drowning her. How can she keep head above water?
6/6 As their Thames quest climaxes, Jennifer attempts to drink Sam under the table.
The raconteur and former MP, Gyles Brandreth, and famous female impersonator Danny La Rue.
The comedian has got a new camera, and havoc awaits at a wedding.
Anxious to get to the fairground, the cheeky schoolboy sparks a chain of catastrophes.
Three women neighbours are set to discover the delights of parenthood. Stars Keith Allen.
Chris Addison's explores human evolution. With Geoffrey McGivern as Prof Austin Herring.
Falling from the sky, the comedian's life starts flashing before his eyes.
Performances of a 15-second 'King Lear', the 'Othello' Rap and 'Scottish Highland Discs'.
Fresh from 4 - First heard 26th February 2010.
2/3 Monstrous B&B landlady Brenda gets a murderous surprise at a superheroes convention.
3/5 The creepy raconteur's tale of a couple who find country life is far from peaceful.
2/6 Sketch show shenanigans from going to the Proms to public loos. From November 1987.
4/4 The radical comedian profiles the 18th-century author and radical idealist.
3/4 Ninety-something good-time girl Dora Dale dishes more dirt on her celeb chums.
1/4 Comedian Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments using light entertainment.
1/4 The incisive reporter investigates Britain's public houses.
2/2 The little girl faces a game of croquet with the Queen of Hearts.
Monday 8 March 2010