6/7 The producer recalls the threat to his autonomy via increasing attention from above.
Horror legend Vincent Price tells the artistically horrifying tale of a painting.
George Bernard Shaw's biting satire on puritanism, set during the American Revolution.
After moaning to the corporation, the embittered writer gets a BBC job offer.
Plethora plots to get rid of a crowd of peasants, whilst bumping up Monte Guano's coffers.
Preparing for his old flame's wedding, the writer seethes over the way she dumped him.
The Sheffield singer hosts a special edition of 'Countdown' with Richard Whiteley.
2/9 Fresh from 4 - Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out. From 23 April 2010.
3/4 The incredible shrinking woman's sister arrives with a very handy handbag.
1/10 Huck joins Tom Sawyer's new gang - and a figure from his past returns.
1/5 Sweden's strongest little girl introduces herself and her monkey to the world.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
1/26 When a landmine sparks martial law, a reporter catches Mainwaring in charge.
5/6 Salvatore is hell bent on making his family take confession, and covering up the cherubs.
1/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
2/4 Hard-up Julius Hutch's world of retirement is turned upside down by a blundering bank.
1/6 The story of Alexander the Great starts with royal friction after his birth.
26/41 Raphael welcomes Adam's offer to tell his own story. Starring Linus Roache and John Rowe.
1/6 The Baker Street sleuth probes an outbreak of attacks on busts of Bonaparte.
9/13 Harold fancies France, but Albert is not so keen. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.
4/8 Dodgy wine, missing racehorse and a body at a restaurant. Tony Beach is in the thick of it
6/8 Who murdered a Scottish artist? Suave sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey weighs up more clues.
3/3 As the aliens' plans are revealed, the World Council takes action. With Patrick Troughton.
5/7 The Time Lord discovers the creature's purpose for being in the pit on planet Chloris.
1/5 Len Fisher and fellow experts reveal the importance of leverage when conveying a load.
1/30 How the arrival of Christianity and the Norman Conquest affected British children's lives.
1/5 The author reads his autobiographical account of an obsession with Arsenal Football Club.
6/10 Dale disrupts her father's relationship with Elizabeth. Read by Penelope Wilton.
Featuring My Brother's Famous Bottom, Artemis Fowl, and Pink Bow Tie.
5/5 A year has passed since the births, so exactly how has life changed? From October 1997.
2/6 The management consultants plug into media technology.
4/4 For the Queen's visit, Dodgy Phil books her beloved Chas and Dave. But can they make it?
4/6 Poetic reflections from Roger McGough, with tales of relatives and retsina. From May 2000.
4/4 The incredible shrinking woman brings home a troublesome bionic baby.
2/10 Pap comes after Huck for the money, kidnapping him in the process.
2/5 Tommy and Aneka learn 'turn-up stuffing' and watch a gang of bullies get taught a lesson.
Tuesday 4 May 2010