Time is altered so that the world's treasures can be stolen. But who's behind it?
2/4 Vezin realises that the cat-like villagers are watching him closely.
A portrait of the enigmatic Sam Cooke - hit singer of 'Wonderful World' and 'Chain Gang'.
Matthew Palmer inherits an old house haunted by its creepy, black magic past.
27/33 From New York's Town Hall, the funny man presents 'The Great American Duet Sing-Off'.
2/5 Mr Percy Noakes, a friend to all until he is undone by the organisation of a river trip.
1/3 Digs, dressing rooms and dancing at the right height - all part of life in the chorus line
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
An hour of children's stories, featuring The Wind Singer by William Nicholson.
The epic poem continues. With Denis Quilley and Ian McDiarmid.
1/3 Three old men sit and watch the world go by, but one has a youthful secret of vitality.
5/6 The wily poacher's plans for a life of bliss with Nancy hit a snag.
The comic actor chooses his favourite tunes and chats about his long career.
Clerical confusion reigns when Noote's friend asks him to marry her. From July 1972.
The cheeky schoolboy looks back over his past misdemeanours in the 100th episode.
With no job or friends and living with his mum, Angus Dry tries recapturing his youth.
Dodgy Phil revamps an East End boozer with some animatronic dinosaurs and Edith Piaf.
Poet Roger McGough on life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations.
It's the Asian station phone-in show's first wedding - but is love blind or stupid?
Surreal saga of a dynasty delicately balanced on the edge of sanity. From December 1996.
Ivor Cutler and friends with poems and songs, including 'I Am A Yellow Fly'. From 1997.
6/6 Fresh from 4 - Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis look at the week's news. From 9th April 2010.
4/7 The Doctor Who producer reflects on major changes in the TV filming process.
Even horror legend Vincent Price can't face the meal that is placed before him.
2/4 Perpetually unemployed and friendless loser Angus Dry agonises over the death of a bee.
1/6 The radical comedian offers his humorous assessment of the influential German composer.
1/4 From Postman Pat to a depressed hamster, it's the surreal world of Miriam Elia.
Climb on board the comedy set in a down-at-heel theme park in the South of England.
3/4 Comedian Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments. With Clare Wille. From July 2008.
5/12 Pip leaves his old life and heads to London for a reunion with an old chum.
1/10 Aunt Polly tries to get Tom to whitewash a fence - but he has other ideas.
6/10 Pauline's big break sparks a change in her manner - but she's soon taught a harsh lesson.
Monday 19 April 2010