3/5 Children witness a break in the rain on Venus; lighthouse workers see what lies beyond.
3/5 The crew have some space tourists on board - but it turns into a holiday from hell.
2/4 The Elizabethan spy wonders why an unknown patron would fund the worst play ever written.
3/15 Hounded in a hostile European dictatorship, the fugitive stows away aboard a British ship.
3/10 George Darrow arrives at Givre in his pursuit of Anna, but they are soon quibbling.
Derbyshire bus driver Morris remembers a day out in Scarborough. With Tom Courtenay.
The M1 as described by the men who built the London-Yorkshire motorway. From 1959.
2/6 A reporter arrives to investigate mysterious happenings at a haunted manor.
4/6 An unexpected death makes all the islanders question their priorities.
3/4 The incredible shrinking woman's sister arrives with a very handy handbag.
4/5 Mrs Potter-Smith tries to ruin young Maddy's film premiere, but can she succeed?
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Neddie Seagoon ends up splashing about when he visits a German scientist.
7/8 More celebrity soundalikes as Friends meets Eastenders, plus Radio 4's Today goes gay.
4/5 Council leader Mrs Roberts insists an electrical substation be raffled off.
4/4 Cholericke is feverish and the arrival of Mary Lump causes concern. Lakeland poets parody.
1/2 The classic tale of a man wrongly accused of theft. Stars Michael Williams.
4/10 Just as Anna's life looks set to begin with George, a surprise awaits him.
A powerful Battle of Britain drama about the emotional cost of war.
9/14 Radio awards time, and John and Mary's intruder.
3/4 As London is ravaged by an epidemic, the playwright spy investigates a double-crossing.
4/15 Back home after stowing away on a ship, the Englishman finds he's not even safe in London.
4/5 There's a wedding and an important donation for the author and illustrator.
4/5 Assistant Paul Martin talks to Danny Danziger about the Japanese weaponry collection.
2/7 Howard Baker can do no wrong up in Heaven - and his wife forgives his bad behaviour.
4/5 The artist shocks the censor, and then makes his big breakthrough - thanks to the Germans.
Stories include Akimbo and the Lions, and The Adventures of the Wishing Chair.
4/5 A hunter gets to time travel and shoot a dinosaur, with unexpected consequences.
4/5 The crew contract a mystery virus which makes them age at an alarming. Sci-fi comedy.
4/4 As Christmas nears, the submarine crew stages a nativity with a realistic twist.
9/10 Fred MacAulay and Susan Calman with the best comedy from the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe.
4/4 The incredible shrinking woman brings home a troublesome bionic baby.
5/5 The Blue Door's theatre needs help setting up, but will Mrs Potter-Smith scupper them?
Friday 20 August 2010