4/6 Having already sparked a plane crash, the deadly Exon plant strain's advance continues.
4/13 Gabriel Syme meets his fellow anarchists at a breakfast meeting in Leicester Square.
8/8 Will upper-class sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey finally solve the mystery of Deacon's murder?
4/5 Hercule Poirot makes a chance discovery in a nearby cove. Stars John Moffat.
4/10 Jane has spent the night with Toby, but she hasn't told him about her pregnancy.
2/3 Musical detective Megan's mystery melody quest leads her to a 1920s Swansea tearoom.
3/4 Prince Myshkin analyses his feelings for the spoilt Nastasya and the more timid Aglaya.
3/3 By Michael Chaplin. A centenarian Glaswegian remembers life during the Blitz.
3/8 Extradition agreements are on the agenda, and some accusations can't be brushed aside.
5/5 The children are convinced the man from the BBC will help them. But is he what he seems?
7/7 Returning to London, Cruella's cat gives the Dalmatians the chance to get revenge.
2/5 The schoolboy jumps on a coach - and takes an old lady for a ride with tales of neglect.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/16 Douglas Smith is taken for a spin, and Julian and Sandy sign up a bona new male model.
2/6 The veteran comic and sharp comedian in the tag talk show. From January 2005.
An asylum seeker sparks some political tit-for-tat posturing. From April 1966.
1/4 London 1853, and a firm of religious publishers is transformed by an actress and her son.
4/4 Nastasya and Aglaya discuss their feelings for Myshkin, as he begins to fear for his life.
5/10 Jane books an appointment at an abortion clinic, but Mavis offers an illegal alternative.
3/3 Musical detective Megan's mystery melody quest comes full circle when she gets a surprise.
From Russian spies to a tour of BBC sound effects, it's the one man show.
1/5 Posh sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey probes a poison-pen campaign at Oxford University.
5/5 Determined to pinpoint the killer, Hercule Poirot invites all his suspects to a picnic.
The star of Doctor Who, The Navy Lark and Worzel Gummidge entertains an audience.
5/5 The Labour MP tells Anne Perkins of his admiration for communist writer John Strachey.
5/5 A salute to the ending of a 'great comic moralist'.
12/12 Some good news leaves lecturer Jim Dixon tickled pink, but he faces a race against time.
5/5 Billions of kilometres away in space, two man-made objects send signals back to Earth.
Featuring Big George and the Seventh Knight, and Red Stocking Rescue.
5/6 Despite the national emergency, landowners try to profit from the deadly Exon strain.
5/13 Gabriel Syme despairs when Sunday unmasks an anarchist as a Scotland Yard detective.
1/6 Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.
4/6 There's trouble in hell, thanks to a fundamentalist and a pushy computer.
1/6 A medieval rock musical, with Tony de Blair and Gordon de Brown heading to Downing Street.
6/6 A documentary maker films endangered hairstyles in the cosmic comedy of connections.
Much-loved cricket commentator Brian Johnston's hilarious 1993 one-man show.
Saturday 19 June 2010