4/5 After the latest disaster, hopes of a seat on the first manned mission to Mars look bleak.
After an attempt on their lives, Jet and his crew battle to blast off back to Mars.
4/4 A routine case for Stephen J Blackburn starts to look like his final investigation.
4/6 The daredevil hears the Captain's theory, and Jerry Jerk gets an invitation.
14/15 Queenie gives birth to a beautiful baby boy, but who is the father?
4/5 On a murder mystery weekend, the charades take a realistic turn.
2/3 After failing to marry Stephen, Elfride meets and falls in love with his mentor Henry.
3/5 Scandal rocks the Parish Council, but can they keep it off the front pages?
3/4 The intrepid Yorkshire builders take on work experience Tina, but how will the lass do?
7/10 Huck and Jim take pity on two men on the run, but are they really who they say they are?
8/10 Huck and Jim start to suspect the fraudsters, but is it too late?
9/10 In his bid to rescue Jim, Huck encounters a familiar face from the past.
10/10 Tom and Huck conspire to free Jim, but things don't go as planned.
The mischievous schoolboy sets out to wreak havoc, but is hindered by Violet Elizabeth.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Pertwee's relative has a Portsmouth posting, so can the Chief ensure luxury accommodation?
5/5 Fuller-Carp wants victory in a 'no win, no fee' case of a broken thumb - and can of figs.
7/8 Charles and George's DIY skills arouse their wives' suspicions.
3/6 Thynne finds a way to avoid the Devil's vegetables. Civil War comedy from October 1990.
3/3 After seeing Stephen at the church, Elfride procrastinates over telling Henry of her past.
15/15 Confronted by the consequences of her actions, Queenie makes a difficult decision.
5/5 Back from shopping in France, detective Gwen's mother Joan learns of the death of a friend
Cissie Braithwaite instructs Ada Shufflebotham on fox hunting. From July 1983.
1/4 Steven J Blackburn and his assistant get digging in a mucky war of the flowers.
5/6 The Scarecrow winds up business as Doctor Syn prepares to leave his parish.
A Hertfordshire health farm gets the full comic and tuneful treatment from Richard Stilgoe
3/4 Billy Kay celebrates the Scots' drouth for ale, whisky and the great wines of Europe.
15/120 There are terrible battles under King Henry II, and then a new leader arrives.
The Dutch Artist's abstract work of 1921 discussed by Anna Moszynska and David Batchelor.
10/10 Shug is back! - and surprise visitors arrive for Celie. Stars Nadine Marshall.
20/20 After the verdict at his murder trial, Jem's thoughts turn to his childhood sweetheart.
Featuring The Dribblesome Teapots by Norman Hunter; Whump! by Susie Day.
5/5 The first manned Mars mission blasts off on a perilous voyage of discovery.
Captain Jet and Lemmy monitor strange calls on the ship-to-ship intercom. From 1955.
2/6 Camilla revamps the TV arts show when budgets must be slashed. From September 1993.
1/4 Hell is close to bursting, so to stem the flow Satan ponders his entry policy.
1/4 Actress wannabe Cynthia dreams of treading the boards instead of office temping. From 2001
4/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From August 2001.
Richard Stilgoe is admitted to Guy's Hospital in London. With visitor Emma Thompson.
4/4 Billy Kay celebrates the Scots drouth for ale, whisky and the great wines of Europe.
Saturday 23 October 2010