4/4 Evans the Welsh vigilante aims to bomb the planetary decontaminationists for melting Earth
3/6 Lister goes into stasis. Rimmer fails an exam. The rest of the crew have a bad day too.
An unprincipled lady blackmails a politician with a secret from his past.
Crafty friends Jack and Algernon are living a double life in London 1895.
Curtis Walker travels to Jamaica to find out how universal laughter really is.
9/10 As both pupils and staff get in training, headmaster Mr Beeston gets a cryptic note.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey featuring Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.
Friends recall the importance of chocolate in their lives. Moya O'Shea's tales.
Freddy becomes convinced that his father played a part in his grandfather's disappearance.
6/6 It's the end of the line for Patrick, but Joe and Maria may have some good news to share.
8/12 Includes Hancock, The Goons, The Lyons, Beyond Our Ken, Joyce Grenfell and Basil Boothroyd
3/6 The TV and radio host recalls his start in showbusiness, leading up to Just a Minute.
Kenneth Horne entertains the Poetry Circle, and Hornerama probes city money-makers.
The blundering civil servants plumb new depths with a naval survey. From July 1976.
A freshly released convict is challenged to bring life into a rundown community centre.
A childless couple are unhealthily obsessed with a model village. From December 2001.
Ex-lovers turned cafe-bar owners Pam and Merv discuss love, life and a revamp. From 2001.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical look at the week's news from 19 November 2010.
4/4 By Peter F Hamilton. A diligent detective learns how a businessman stays ahead of rivals.
The sound of a crying child isn't unusual. But what if only you can hear it?
2/5 The Sheffield singer-songwriter tries contacting the spirit world.
4/6 To avoid a war posting to Burma, the blundering codebreakers must catch a German spy.
5/8 Headmaster Miles Jupp presides over his unruly celebrity pupils.
5/6 A moody fridge speaks out to Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
5/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn carries out a delicate immigration survey. Stars Neil Edmond.
3/6 The intrepid boy reporter is after treasure, but is mad Professor Calculus helping?
1/8 A surprise visitor makes Mole forget about his unwelcome house guest.
2/8 The search for Mole begins in earnest. Read by David Suchet.
Monday 29 November 2010