3/5 The museum guard ends up in the Texan desert with a dead comic and a 13th-century friar.
5/10 Alone in a house, a pregnant woman grows distressed by the sounds of a crying baby.
6/10 A lonely occultist signs up to a special internet chat room to attract some demons.
3/5 The sleuth's morning paper brings some very alarming news - and a police investigation.
2/2 Recalling a gruesome murder, a dying policeman continues his deathbed confessions.
13/15 As the day of the hanging arrives, Adam pays a visit.
3/5 On Temptation Island, assassin Billy Hindle plans to kill Jack's wife Tara.
2/2 Pursuing widowed Lady Lyndon, Redmond Barry becomes a titled country squire.
3/6 Professor Quarterpound gathers Britain's top scientists to witness his new time machine.
5/6 A broken leg makes Anna an unwilling recipient of sister Victoria's bedside manner.
4/4 Fogg takes drastic action over the Atlantic, but will he get to the Reform Club in time?
4/4 Is it the final curtain for the children of the Blue Doors Theatre Company?
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Soldier Neddie Seagoon heads off to the fort at Waziri, which is drifting into peril.
2/8 More impressions from the award-winning team, including The Glastonbury Archers.
4/5 Troubles abound in the village boatyard and surgery - with a sleazy press.
7/8 British week in the People's Republic showcases a double-decker bus and clog dancing.
1/2 Black teacher Ricardo Braithwaite gets a job in a tough East End school in post-war London
14/15 As the journey to the hanging scaffold begins, a visitor arrives.
4/5 Assassin Billy Hindle is drugged by Jack and finds himself hallucinating.
5/14 The Spy with My Cold, and cabaret at the Cafe Au Lait.
4/5 Just as one mystery is cleared up, the spinster sleuth becomes involved in another.
1/2 Back from the Crusades, detective monk Brother Cadfael faces treachery.
Professor Aubrey Manning investigates the fossilised remains of Lynford Quarry in Norfolk.
The GP comedian attempts to fathom the complexities and absurdities of the sport.
4/5 An overcrowded airport provides the material for a darkly comic tableau.
4/5 Simon Parkes discovers why delivering the dough can be a dangerous business.
9/10 With Giles lying desperately ill, Grace believes that only one person can save him.
Tony Benn's private recordings recall Keynesian economics giving way to monetarism.
Featuring The Quigley's: Not For Sale, Frankie's Romeo, and The Silver Bead.
4/5 The museum guard is chased by a multiplying hoard of android waitresses.
7/10 Discovering how to keep death at bay, a Victorian scientist starts resurrecting.
8/10 Angels have returned, but to a world where only one person remembers who they are.
Rolf Harris rings a gallery about his art. With Jan Ravens. From June 2000.
5/6 Miles Jupp and the gang with the latest satirical sketches to emerge from Newsjack towers.
4/6 Our guides organise an excursion to the Chaversham Medieval Fair.
1/6 The dark, surreal goings-on in a nightclub owned by Dr Caligari. A late night DJ drops in.
First published in 1902, the fantastical tale of animal camouflage in the jungle.
The fantastical tale of how a lazy animal got its distinctive shape. Read by David Davis.
The fantastical tale of how being a cake thief proved bad for the complexion.
The fantastical tale of how a dancing sailor changed a giant's eating habits.
First published in 1902, the fantastical tale of King Solomon read by David Davis.
Friday 16 July 2010