3/5 Dyer and Danforth discover sprawling evidence of an incredible ancient civilisation.
13/20 As the asteroid ship flounders, Mitch and Lemmy make a shocking discovery.
3/5 Medieval monk Brother Cadfael harbours a young lad suspected of murdering his stepfather.
3/8 At the Villa Negara - the sleuth must take action when events take a mysterious turn.
3/10 As Emma and Charles move to a new town, she makes the acquaintance of a young solicitor.
1/3 The lively events in the parish of Over Stowey, from the 1799 diary of a Somerset parson.
4/6 Confused Jude Fawley meets his newly married cousin Sue, and a plan is hatched.
3/7 After the cottage inferno, Bertie Wooster plots a fake burglary.
3/6 As the islanders argue over the club, Irene faces a dilemma over her over a talking dog.
5/5 Featuring Storytime: The Nightingale and Toytown: Dreadful Doings in Ark Street.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Eccles and Ned set out to scoff Everest, with Grytpype-Thynne and Moriarty in pursuit.
6/6 Lucy is thrilled when they are asked to be godparents, but the same can't be said for Dan.
5/5 A cash crisis hits the Parish Council - and the local family of toffs.
1/4 A vicar needs help in his belfry, as the Yorkshire builders get in a flap over an old feud
5/6 Jude attempts to open a new chapter in his life, but Arabella poses a threat.
4/10 Emma's memory of young solicitor Leon becomes the core of her despair.
2/3 Parson William Holland battles with the Somerset farmers and sees the harvest in.
6/14 Extreme cat taming and a magnificent Roman epic. With John Cleese and Tim Brooke-Taylor.
4/5 Far from helping a murder suspect, Brother Cadfael unwittingly assists the local sheriff.
4/8 The suave sleuth and wife Steve go in search of the elusive Mr Sullivan.
Brian Johnston umpires as Willie Rushton and Alfred Marks Tim Rice and Paul Merton.
4/4 Mark Tully reports from Calcutta, where poverty presents a moral and perceptive problem.
24/120 Ireland's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
Alan Sheridan and Patrick Pollard discuss André Gide, France's favourite rebel.
4/5 The farmyard's commandments continue to change. Meanwhile, Napoleon gains a new title.
4/5 Roger Deakin looks at forest birdsong in France and hunts bush plums with Aboriginal women
Featuring Clarice Bean Spells Trouble by Lauren Child; Bollywood Babes by Narinder Dhami.
4/5 Investigating ancient structures high in the Antarctic, Dyer and Danforth face pure terror
14/20 Jack Evans reveals the Martians' Earth invasion plans to Lemmy and Mitch.
1/6 The team takes the audience to Margate and asks 'Whose Pencil Line is it Anyway?'.
5/6 Dr Webster is puzzled when his 13-year-old daughter isn't keen on a trip to the path lab.
3/6 Arnold Schwarzenegger gets angry. Topical comedy from Northern Ireland's comedy troupe.
Victorian thriller based on the legendary police dog Bobby and his master John Gray.
Friday 5 November 2010