3/3 Malcolm and Polly set alarms ringing, and the Laughing Dog secrets are finally revealed.
1/4 A timid commuter meets the cat-like residents of a French village. Read by Philip Madoc.
The tragedies behind the success of Roy Orbison. Neil McKay's drama stars Kerry Shale.
Spinster sleuth Miss Marple probes a woman's terrifying flashbacks to trap a murderer.
26/33 The American funny man presents more comedy, with guests the Wynton Marsalis Quintet.
1/5 Meeting an oyster seller sparks disruption for orderly John Dounce. Stars David Calder.
6/6 BBC local stations begin and national radio is numbered from 1 to 4. With Daphne Oxenford.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring The Thief Lord, written by Cornelia Funke and read by Jamie Glover.
Satan journeys to the new world where God's new creation is purported to live.
A tale of Spanish dancing, a boy with stunted growth, and a girder in a pier pavilion.
4/6 Rosie's plan to live in London suits the old rogue, but where is Father plotting to go?
Legendary hoofer Lionel Blair chooses his favourite tunes and chats about his long career.
Confusion reigns as Noote does his aunt a favour behind the Bishop's back.
The cheeky schoolboy screws up after Alfie finds a cash wad from a boozy stag night.
In Renaissance Italy, Prince Ludovico must raise the cash for a papal tribute. From 2002.
Reporter David Lander investigates Britain's cowboy builders. From September 1986.
Sketches from Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam, with some girly gossip at the health club.
Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest. From 1998.
5/6 Fresh from 4 - Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis look at the week's news. From 2nd April 2010.
3/7 Doctor Who producer recalls the show's regeneration from Patrick Troughton to Jon Pertwee.
Horror legend Vincent Price relates the unnerving tale of a secretary's murderous revenge.
1/4 With no job or friends and living with his mum, Angus Dry tries recapturing his youth.
5/6 Initially a hater of jazz music, the radical comedian profiles the singer and songwriter.
4/4 On its 25th anniversary, writers and performers reflect on Gummy Monkey: The Musical.
2/4 Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments using light entertainment. With Nadia Kamil.
6/6 When Nancy learns of the orphan boy's predicament, the hunt mounts for Bill Sikes.
1/5 A game of aliens from outer space causes classroom chaos. Read by Stephen Fry.
1/10 Eccentric explorer Gum collects fossils - and three orphans whose names begin with 'P'.
Monday 12 April 2010