2/7 Worried Mina awaits news from Transylvania, while Lucy sleepwalks after a shipwreck.
Ariane hopes to survive the wilderness and discover the secret history of her people.
2/6 Lord Peter Wimsey's undercover probe sees someone get a pasting meant for him.
2/3 The amateur sleuth probes a dead cameraman's relationship to a drowned actress.
6/9 Satan shows Christ the great armies of the world to lure him into temptation.
2/6 The detective investigates the bizarre behaviour of a distinguished scientist.
A professor arrives in a Devonshire village claiming to be able to dream the future.
7/8 Sarah is irritated by her mother Eleanor's opinions on TV and every other subject.
1/4 With Christmas bonus talk, the buying clerk's generosity knows no bounds, for once.
3/8 The actor (Grandad from 'Bread') brings us 'Asparagus' and 'Albert and the Headsman'.
4/8 Roy Castle proves that dedication is what you need, with Marriott Edgar's 'Goalkeeper Joe'
3/8 Can Toad's fascination with flying help in the search for Mole?
4/8 Mole is feared gone, and Toad gets into some self-inflicted bother.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
The lad gets a green signal, but a bumpy ride lies ahead. From June 1955.
1/6 The frustrations of a backbench MP. Topical sitcom from Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
5/8 Broody Faith fancies starting a second family, but does Bill?
5/6 Anna and Charlotte plan to celebrate Christmas their way, but what about Victoria?
1/3 A rich London merchant's son is banished to his family seat in the north.
7/9 Satan tries to lure Christ into evil by taking him to the top of a mountain to see Rome.
3/6 The retired sleuth's beekeeping is put on hold when he hears of a violent death.
5/6 Will hard-up Tommy and Sheila's trip to Australia ever get off the ground?
3/6 Suspects abound as Wimsey dons fancy dress to probe an advertising copywriter's murder.
3/3 Trailing a murderous avenger, the amateur detective is led into a terrifying maze.
Roy Hudd's son chats to Sally Magnusson about life with the 'News Huddlines' star.
5/6 Nicky is told not to gamble, lend cash or see women, but Monte Carlo beckons.
3/5 Musing on maps, socks and castles, the author takes a sentimental journey around Britain.
23/30 Michael Morpurgo traces the making of Britain's Welfare State amid concerns for children.
8/8 Did Salieri really poison his rival? And who was Mozart's mysterious visitor?
3/8 Cheap rail travel brings wonderful restive seafront encounters. Read by Leonard Pearcey.
Featuring The Killer Underpants, Ghostly Tales, and The Chinese Cinderella.
3/7 Jonathan lies ill in hospital and sleep-walking Lucy's well-being causes Mina concern.
Jenna has a thing for Max, but goes up against him in a dangerous race for high stakes.
2/6 Drowning in a sea of shark's fin soup, his life as celebrity chef flashes before his eyes.
3/4 Alex is prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice when his mum thinks she is pregnant.
2/6 Everyone's relaxed - until Martha arrives with her new age boyfriend.
5/8 Bernie Clifton performs 'Three Ha'pence a foot' and 'The Battle of Hastings'.
6/8 The comedian and actor performs 'Jonah and the Grampus' and 'Gunner Joe'.
5/8 Toad's scheming to avoid being discovered doesn't quite go to plan.
6/8 A village wedding poses problems as Toad struggles to get back home.
Thursday 3 June 2010