5/10 Bullies Carol and Pam use the girls' lavs to hide, but the Blue Room has a dark secret.
6/10 Solomon's waiting in a restaurant, but his guest isn't quite what he expected.
3/5 'Coolhunter' Cayce Pollard is mugged in Tokyo, but who is behind her assailants?
3/3 Dutch sleuth Van der Valk needs a decoy to tempt Elsa's killer out of hiding.
4/6 Hired and fired by Aunt Rosa, dark dealings dismay private investigator VI Warshawski.
3/5 Charlotte recalls how chocolate led to a French adventure with a stranger.
2/4 The barrister's love for Othello and his shady contacts help him defend a policeman.
3/10 Nikolai is caught in a duel and Andrei goes missing, as Lise goes into labour.
6/7 Bertie Wooster helps his fearsome uncle with a spot of dressing up. With Richard Briers.
6/6 The island makeover has gone sour, but with no Irene can ailing Bunty stop the bulldozers?
1/6 On the trail of forgers, the intrepid boy reporter arrives at a mysterious castle.
7/10 Miss Price reveals a twist in the abilities of the magic bed knob.
8/10 The children beg Miss Price to let Emilius, their friend from the past, stay.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
The British hatch a cunning plan to confuse the Germans. But who (or what) is Eccles?
3/6 Dan and Lucy's getaway plans are thwarted by other people's problems. From June 2002.
3/6 Everyone is looking forward to Hillfield's big ceremony, but in which synagogue?
4/4 The Yorkshire builders are warned over a dodgy landlord, and a birth is imminent.
4/10 With Europe teetering on the brink of war, Pierre aims to make a fresh start.
4/5 Clementine remembers her stint as the owner of the Muchly Bottom village chocolate shop.
3/4 At a murder trial, the barrister encounters a jury member with a mystifying agenda.
9/14 A cricket lament, and Wild West drama The Lone Stranger. With John Cleese and Bill Oddie.
1/3 Victorian detective Charles Craddock investigates the theft of an Earl's painting.
5/6 The private eye narrowly escapes with her life as the anonymous phone threats continue.
Willie Rushton and Stephen Fry battle Tim Rice and Rachel Heyhoe-Flint. From November 1991
Selected verses by the Poets Laureate over the ages for the Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002
39/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 The chef arrives in Glasgow and checks out deep fried food.
4/5 The chef attempts to balance his TV career with personal happiness and personal finances.
4/5 Jekka McVicar meets Somerset farmer Mike Brook to make organic ice cream.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey featuring The Fang Gang: My Vampire Granddad.
7/10 Mel literally starts to fall apart, it's up to big sister Kate to put her back together.
8/10 There's a spiteful wee voice in Danni's ear crushing her spirit. Is it imaginary or real?
4/5 Searching for footage clues, 'coolhunter' Cayce locates the menacing Baranov.
4/6 The sketch show team take their audience to the fair for Will's birthday.
2/6 A total lack of corpses sparks a dry spell the pathology lab. From November 2004.
6/6 Alan Titchmarsh's team in Belfast. Topical comedy from Northern Ireland's comedy troupe.
2/6 The intrepid boy reporter buys a model ship that sparks off a treasure hunt.
9/10 The children go back in time to check on Emilius, but can they save him from a grim fate?
10/10 Can Miss Price work her magic in time to save Emilius from the stake?
Friday 26 November 2010