6/7 The companions target the Count, but could one of them be a traitor?
1/5 When divorced Nora moves home, her daughter makes a disturbing new friend.
1/5 A collector of antiquities finds a priceless ancient book. But something evil lies within.
6/6 Wimsey is determined to finally crack the mysterious murder of an advertising copywriter.
2/6 A trip to New York leads to a murky trail of blackmail and murder.
1/5 Nuns at a Himalayan mission are troubled by the insolent candour of English agent Mr Dean.
6/6 A woman and her lover disappear - and the great detective himself follows suit.
1/6 A large diamond given to Rachel Verinder on her 18th birthday vanishes.
6/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
3/4 Accidental billionaire Julius Hutch tries to invoke ancient laws in defence of his land.
2/3 Murderer Carver Doone tries to starve Lorna into marrying him, but John has other ideas.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
A spy film spoof takes to the rails, while Ron Glum's got money troubles.
5/5 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward.
8/8 Sarah is off to Florence but worries about her mother, plus there's shock news from Clare.
2/4 The Chester-Perry buying clerk crusades to improve conditions for cleaning ladies.
2/6 Distraught Rachel's precious diamond has vanished, so the police investigation begins.
2/5 A group of nuns establishing a remote mission in the Himalayas gain a new pupil.
1/5 Watson's ex-commanding officer alarms his family due to an interest in spiritualism.
7/8 Sean Lock, Patrick Kielty, Liz Smith and Suggs answer questions set by the audience.
1/8 Posh sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey probes an unsolved jewel theft and a grave mystery.
3/6 A suspect is locked away, but has the prison governor got the right man?
1/3 Miriam Marx Allen tells Tony Staveacre about her unusual relationship with her father.
2/6 The celebrated GP meets his match with Scotland's stingiest widow. AJ Cronin dramatisation
2/5 Front man Alex Kapranos champions the merits of a Parisian salad made from gizzards.
27/30 The story of the fight for children's rights in the second half of the 20th century.
4/12 Lecturer Dixon wakes up to trouble. Can disaster be averted by a quick-thinking friend?
7/8 An exquisite bay is reached via some groves, as a dark cavern awaits.
Featuring Awful End, Avril Crump and Her Amazing Clones, and Alice Next Door.
7/7 With time running out for Mina, can Van Helsing avert a tragedy?
2/5 A widowed mother takes her children to Ireland to try and ease their grief.
2/5 A young orphan is given a home by his elderly cousin. But how hospitable is the old man?
3/4 Paul Hamilton hears a computer's poetry and meets a legend and his old English teacher.
3/5 The producer, writer and performer turns his attention to dictators.
5/6 After sending abusive emails, the hack vents his spleen with some corporate script-writing
4/8 From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their history of Earth.
4/6 The comedian looks at the everyday irritations of using portable telephones. From 2003.
3/3 When Lorna is taken to London, John fears he's lost her forever.
Wednesday 9 June 2010