4/10 Bran wants the crew to destroy an artefact floating in space. Will they co-operate?
14/20 As the Discovery's crew explore Mars, Jet and Doc must rescue Lemmy. But what about Mitch?
A jealous lover is haunted by a fellow pilot's death and a vision of murder.
4/10 A Bow Street Runner and a press gang provide problems for The Scarecrow.
4/15 After the end of the war, Hortense continues her vigil for missing cousin Michael.
2/3 Lecky's pursuit of a butcher's daughter threatens his scholarship chances.
4/12 1674, and a spontaneous revolution in army ranks sees troops heading towards London.
1/5 Can Parish Council leader John Barnum satisfy the new doctor's demands?
1/4 Yorkshire builders Johnny and Arthur tool up for a warring couple.
3/5 Jane and Plato do some sleuthing in London in search of the children - and the truth.
3/5 A favour for Miss Thorpe sets off a chain of very fishy events. Read by Stephen Fry.
3/12 As Pip grows older, his prospects slowly improve. But Estella remains proud.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/16 Captain Povey is auditing the unit accounts, so excess cash is secretly spent on Heather.
3/5 A new worker puzzles John Fuller-Carp, and Ruth's mum visits.
5/8 Charles and George hire a secretary to boost their new business.
1/6 Spies and sinful vegetables at Firebasket Hall. Civil War comedy with Joss Ackland.
5/12 The Model Army easily reaches London, but with sinking confidence in Cromwell.
5/15 Hortense makes the journey from Jamaica to London, but she only finds disappointment.
3/3 Set-backs and surprises unite the family, making Lecky the hero of the hour.
Les Dawson with tales of 1920s gangsters and romantics at the dole office. From 1981.
A creepy doll with a mind of its own causes alarm along London's catwalks.
5/10 A encounter with Captain Foulkes in London leads to robbery on the way back to the marsh.
Laughs and jigs aplenty from Richard Stilgoe at the Boat Show.
1/4 Billy Kay celebrates the Scots drouth for ale, whisky and the great wines of Europe.
5/120 Looking at Celtic life and legend and the advent of the Romans. With Frances Tomelty.
A pioneer of the abstract style, Vassily Kandinsky was a hugely influential artist.
5/5 Rudyard Kipling's 'If' features in a 1996 nationwide poll compilation.
10/20 Margaret has an admirer, and Jem hears Mary's secret via a mysterious stranger.
Featuring Dizzy, Brooksie, Blobheads: Talking Toasters and Emlyn's Moon.
5/10 On an abandoned artificial sun, the Challenger crew probes the computer in charge.
15/20 Cold-handed Maclean attacks Lemmy, but the plucky radio operator fights back.
Showcasing some of the liveliest performers from the poetry slam scene around the country.
6/6 Satan introduces the Professor and Thomas to Helen of Troy and her plain friend, Daphne.
4/5 Poet and composer Ivor Cutler on bargain hunting, water flowers and 'Beelyploomkins'.
2/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From August 2001.
Manchester Grammar School welcomes Richard Stilgoe for his amusing look at education.
2/4 Billy Kay celebrates the Scots drouth for ale, whisky and the great wines of Europe.
Saturday 9 October 2010