The tale of man who checks into a deserted hotel and encounters a wailing apparition.
9/10 Bernard worries as John tries to foster rebellion amongst the Delta grades.
4/4 Kerans desperately tries to re-flood the city. Read by Robert Glenister.
2/3 Whose thumbprint is on the chocolate, and where is Madame Grant?
6/6 The private eye uncovers family ties, blackmail and bomb plots in a thrilling climax.
4/5 Hiding out at a hotel with stolen cash, bank employee Dennis lies to some fellow guests.
A cynical solicitor's emotions are stirred over a case of surrogate motherhood.
For Anne, a photo provokes vivid memories of an intense lost love story.
2/6 A man with a tape measure spells trouble for Rabbi Fine. From September 2000.
3/4 When the Yorkshire builders price up fitting mirrors, they end up seeing double.
3/6 D'Artagnan 'loses' Athos, Porthos and Aramis in a desperate bid to save the Queen's honour
5/5 Captain Nemo's hatred of humanity sparks terrible consequences.
5/5 Blacksmith John and his family's hard life changes when a dragon emerges from the cellar.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
11/16 When HMS Troutbridge escorts the admiral to a regatta, Pertwee sees a chance to cash in.
4/4 John Fuller-Carp gets embroiled in a bet with a rival barrister.
2/13 Will a visit to the pier pour cold water on the renovation plans?
1/6 Worried Victoria takes action when daughter Emily decides to enrol at drama school.
A former chef decides his Death Row inmates should have a last divine culinary experience.
5/5 The police start closing in on the fugitive bank employee, on the run at a Cornish hotel.
Three D-Day veterans return to Normandy, bringing them face-to-face with their past.
1/6 Operatic soloist Rosalind Plowright joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
3/3 The trail leads the detective and his trusty hound to Père Lachaise Cemetery.
1/6 Warshawski's aunt Rosa wants help, but they hate each other. Kathleen Turner stars.
John Cavanagh probes Robert Burns' famous democratic song of liberty and freedom.
3/5 Alexander Trott finds it's possible to become betrothed in very trying circumstances.
35/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and Frances Tomelty.
5/5 With the success of Empire of the Sun, JG Ballard is taken back to his Shanghai childhood.
10/10 George MacDonald Fraser reads his 1945 recollections of front-line soldiering in Burma.
5/5 After 40 years teaching creative writing, sneaky Mr Fisher discovers a masterpiece.
Featuring Mrs Frisby and the Rats of Nimh, The Quigleys at Large.
A train gets marooned in snow and the stranded passengers are starving.
10/10 Disenchanted with society, John decides to seek solitude.
What is the story behind the bizarre circus that rolls into town one Midsummer's eve?
6/6 The TV arts show goes to the opera, but can Camilla find love before the fat lady sings?
1/6 Satan strikes a bizarre bargain with an eminent historian.
1/6 The president of Uruguay arrives at the Quando brothers' hair salon.
2/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From March 2002.
Musicologist John Cavanagh explores the evolution of the timeless Scottish ballad.
4/5 The British love for amateur dramatics takes over a household with farcical results.
Saturday 20 November 2010