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Student Giovanni becomes obsessed with a mysterious girl living next door.
4/4 Living with his monstrous insect form, Gregor faces the ultimate rejection by his family.
Starkfield's new arrival aims to find out the story of a stooped 'ruin of a man'.
Suave sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey probes the mystery of a corpse in a Battersea bathtub.
The legendary commentator chooses his favourite tunes and chats about his career.
3/5 Professor Jeffrey Richards investigates the Catholic parish priest from East Anglia.
7/7 The carol concert and school post box must be organised - not forgetting the staff panto.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring Howl's Moving Castle, written by Diana Wynne-Jones and read by Nerys Hughes.
Christine de Pizan's tale of building a fortress for women of valour, virtue and wisdom.
The touching and compassionate story of one man's guilt over his love for two women.
4/6 The old rogue has run away and taken the geese, but Nancy intervenes.
5/6 Geoffrey Wheeler reports on a Wales success story, associated with Catherine Zeta Jones.
1/4 'Big-hearted', but also a comedic radical. Mark Radcliffe the Liverpool-born comic.
Host Kenneth Horne has talks at the BBC, and a celebration of the great British summer.
The bumbling civil servants hit obstacles galore when deciding on a new motorway route.
Robin Lightfoot wakes up to discover he's in a parallel universe, with a wife and kids.
Pam Ayres presents her own poetry and sketches. From May 2004.
Three wartime code-breakers tackle Nazi ciphers, but hate each other. From June 2007.
Mystery deaths lead the Professor to a meat-free colony run by the notorious Dr Klench.
6/6 The comedian and The Office co-creator meets the former Pulp frontman.
1/5 Dandy secret agent Lucifer Box investigates drug-related dealings in 1920s Manhattan.
The Man in Black reveals how a new vicar takes on more than he bargained for.
4/6 Museum director Walter Brindle has important news and love is in the air for some staff.
2/6 Two of the wartime code-breakers jump at the chance to escape Bletchley Park for Iraq.
1/4 Headmaster Miles Jupp presides over his unruly celebrity pupils. From September 2009.
1/4 The Kapoors try social climbing at the golf club, plus TV's Masterchef with a twist.
2/6 The Artful Dodger introduces Oliver to Fagin, who offers an unusual apprenticeship.
1/5 A couple expects to adopt an orphan boy, not an impetuous red-headed girl.
Monday 27 September 2010