1/4 By HG Wells. Is Lionel Wallace brave enough to turn his back on the world he knows?
Laura feels uneasy when she gets a card with the cryptic message 'One day to death'.
A young blonde is found dead, so the amateur sleuth sets out to find her killer.
Arthur Lowe's only appearance in the Dad's Army sequel due to his death.
A vicar needs help in his belfry, as the Yorkshire builders get in a flap over an old feud
A group of female clones with dark intentions threaten to overwhelm Professor Nebulous.
The team takes the audience on a day trip and asks 'Whose Pencil Line is it Anyway?'.
Fresh from 4 - Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out. From 29 October 2010
1/4 A strange visitor transforms the Darling household one bedtime.
1/5 An eventful cubhood in the Devon countryside, as seen through the young otter's eyes.
1/5 Sweden's strongest little girl introduces herself and her monkey to the world.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
2/16 The BBC backroom boys reveal Auntie's secrets. From March 1965.
4/6 There's a dinner surprise on the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.
4/6 JB Morton's whimsies. With Richard Ingrams, John Sessions, Joan Sims and June Whitfield.
9/10 With news of a New Year's Honour for a villager, Audrey's nice to Devere. From March 1997.
1/4 The story of two very different gentlemen, with two very different responses to love.
6/10 Doctor's wife Emma Bovary plans to elope with her lover Rodolphe.
1/3 Unruly parishioners, lazy farmers and a bucolic manservant - the life of a Somerset parson
Albert helps son Harold to conquer the ballroom. Adapted from TV. From June 1974.
Neighbourly concern about a suspicious stranger sets a new puzzle for the detective.
When a special gun is auctioned, one collector ends up facing the wrong end of the barrel.
6/8 The suave sleuth and wife Steve face a dangerous houseboat rendezvous on the Nile.
6/6 Crime writers Ruth Dudley Edwards and Simon Shaw tackle the case of a redhead shot dead.
2/2 Felicity Finch on Cambodia's problems and preoccupations via one of its soap operas.
26/120 Ireland's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 August 1914: After the Battle of Mons, four soldiers hide out in rural France.
1/10 George MacDonald Fraser reads from his account of front line soldiering in Burma in 1945.
1/5 The story of ex-convict Eddie Chapman, Britain's most extraordinary wartime double agent.
Featuring The Boy Who Could Fly, The Giants and the Joneses, Boy Overboard.
1/8 A world devastated by war and six rogue androids at large. Philip K Dick's 1968 classic.
1/10 A man battery farms humans. Nightmare vision of an ideal society in the future.
Captain Jet Morgan and the Discovery crew ambush the Lunar Controller. From January 1956.
5/6 Samuel and McGurk follow a prospector named Mad Pete to hunt for gold.
4/6 The sci-fi star and inventor explains life's big mysteries. From October 1992.
2/6 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero with Hong Feng Shui and Right Said Freud. From April 2000.
2/4 The mischievous boy and the children arrive in Neverland.
2/5 The young cub becomes confused when his mother abandons him, but a new friend awaits.
2/5 Tommy and Aneka learn 'turn-up stuffing' and watch a gang of bullies get taught a lesson.
Tuesday 9 November 2010