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Vast computer Multivac runs global affairs, but can it explain man's sense of humour?
5/5 The creepy raconteur tells of something evil stalking stranded soldiers in Afghanistan.
Can the Belgian sleuth solve the case of a father murdered 16 years previously?
The Bobo girls take to the stage with music and comedy. Starring Rebecca Front.
Corner shop owner Ramesh tackles a young tearaway. From October 2007.
Joke-shop owner Miranda has much to learn about retail and men. From August 2008.
Reporter David Lander interviews the notorious spy at his luxury home in Bulgaria.
2/6 Fresh from 4 - Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis look at the week's news. From 12th March 2010.
4/6 Jo and Laurie must face their futures, while Beth tells Jo the truth at last.
3/5 Mary finds the source of the mysterious crying that haunts the house.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
15/20 When Mainwaring's bank gets bombed, the platoon must guard all the money.
5/6 Prince Ludovico battles enemies, as his wife tries reconciling their sons.
1/6 The whimsies of JB Morton, performed by Richard Ingrams, John Wells and Patricia Routledge
2/6 Ben and Helen squabble over spending Christmas with her mother.
5/11 With an uncertain future, Guy Crouchback is headhunted for a special military mission.
1/5 Irene and Vera's mutual suitor falls ill. Stars Patricia Routledge and Prunella Scales.
3/12 Can the detective locate a missing husband without leaving 221B Baker Street?
3/13 Albert's birthday outing turns into a disaster. Adapted from TV. From July 1966.
1/8 Should Howard Gilbert hang for murder? The suave sleuth investigates.
1/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo is offered big money to carry out one last killing.
1/5 A 52-year-old wannabe inventor has no job, a rocky marriage and a pigeon.
1/10 Judge Guy Stockdale leaves his wife for his mistress, causing ructions for the family.
1/5 The threesome embark on a Victorian era cycling adventure in Germany. Read by Hugh Laurie.
1/5 From Leeds to London's Windmill Theatre, Barry Cryer reads his autobiography.
Featuring The Enchanted Wood, Adults Only, and I'm An Alien Beam Me Off Here.
Flesh-eating monsters from the deep terrorise the Devon coast. Read by Robert Bathurst.
1/4 Mystery space tourist deaths land two planet cleaners with a new contract.
4/5 Yvette's dad takes Kelly out. Unlike Ian, Shona adores Beatrix Potter. From January 1996.
1/5 Longleys Bank needs a new image. Management consultants comedy.
Sketches from Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam, featuring the Suburban Heritage Audio Tour.
5/6 The March family must face their greatest sorrow together. With Buffy Davis.
4/5 Mary's friendship with sickly Colin is producing some startling results.
Tuesday 23 March 2010