5/5 The first manned Mars mission blasts off on a perilous voyage of discovery.
5/20 Captain Jet and Lemmy monitor strange calls on the ship-to-ship intercom.
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.
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
3/3 After seeing Stephen at the church, Elfride procrastinates over telling Henry of her past.
7/8 Charles and George's DIY skills arouse their wives' suspicions.
3/6 Thynne finds a way to avoid the devil's vegetables.
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.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey featuring Pure Dead Brilliant by Debi Gliori.
2/6 The BBC turns 21, and is totally dedicated to the war effort. With Daphne Oxenford.
4/10 The teachers rejoice over news of a retirement, but trouble arrives for Miss Lewis.
Hugh Dennis celebrates comic duos in comedy, including Little Britain.
Shakespeare fears revolution over James I's translated Bible, with the Dream of St John.
Finding seven missing sculptures proves a challenge for private eye Steven J Blackburn.
Steven J Blackburn investigates when his brother-in-law's stolen filofax is stolen.
A TV quiz show sparks private eye Steven J Blackburn's hunt for a long lost husband.
A routine case for Stephen J Blackburn starts to look like his final investigation.
Steven J Blackburn and his assistant get digging in a mucky war of the flowers.
3/4 MI-13's Lionheart and Dunning head for Egypt to uncover the secret of the lost tombs.
The most haunted house in Victorian London is about to give up its dark secret.
1/2 The classic story of erotic discovery - uncensored.
Set in the India of the British Raj. His Highness plays one April Fool's joke too many.
Sunday 24 October 2010