4/4 With Dunning entombed alive and Lionheart en route to Germany, can the duo save the world?
It's midsummer and an old woman keeps watch over her cursed Welsh village.
A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station.
1897: Terror strikes on a schooner sailing from Bulgaria to England.
1/2 'I would give my soul to stay young'. A vain aristocrat makes a dangerous pact.
2/2 The aristocrat is living a life of selfish pleasure. But is retribution on the horizon?
1/5 It seems that money can't buy you love. Starring Nicholas Farrell and Christopher Hancock.
3/6 Dick Barton hits the airwaves and BBC Children's Hour turns 25. Six years in radio history
5/10 As the school prepares for a concert, Mrs Rudd is on the warpath over a child prodigy.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey featuring Secrets by Jacqueline Wilson.
The evil supremo meets Dr Faustus. Martin Jenkins' adaptation of a man selling his soul.
The eerie tale of a signalman haunted by a spectre warning him of danger on the railway.
3/6 Patrick faces a full house, as Maria takes on her pub competition. Stars Jim Sweeney.
4/12 Russell Davies reviews the BBC's variety artistes of the Second World War.
Ned Sherrin tells the story of Coyle and Sharpe, who did street interviews in '60s America
Kenneth Horne has an incident in Macau, and J Peasmold Gruntfuttock rings his bells.
Construction chaos abounds for the bumbling civil servants over a new office block.
Are two children under an evil influence, or is it in the imagination of their governess?
Fresh from 4 - Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out. From 22 October 2010
Alan Dein explores the classic American TV series The Twilight Zone.
11/16 A former mental patient is the only one able to see a gremlin ripping up his plane's wing.
1/2 Classic tale of a scientist's monstrous attempts to discover the secrets of creating life.
2/2 Victor Frankenstein sets out to find the creature, and avenge his brother's death.
2/4 By Chris Harrald. An archaeologist learns that some mysteries are better left undisturbed.
The Baker Street sleuth takes on the sanguinary Count in Loren D Estleman's thriller.
3/4 By Ed Hime. A trainee surgeon follows a destructive path, haunted by a fatal car crash.
6/6 Things go bump in the night on award-winning Gary Bellamy's phone-in.
4/4 By Lynn Ferguson. A lonely man with a huge knowledge of flies meets a California lady.
A Oxford professor's obsession with horology leads to a horrific fate.
1/3 By Melissa Murray. Sad Steph rings her dead brother-in-law's mobile. Then he rings back.
3/5 Mark Gatiss introduces Tom Morton-Smith's chilling tale of a virus-swept town.
2/3 By Lynn Ferguson. Angry misanthrope Frank meets Gwen, who tells of a Celtic goddess.
Mr Templeman's wife is away, but it seems someone is sleeping in her nightgowns.
Monday 1 November 2010