3/7 Doctor Who producer recalls the show's regeneration from Patrick Troughton to Jon Pertwee.
3/8 The final component is stolen, and Sarah Jane witnesses the power of the unseen foe.
2/4 The cops probe a link between the deaths in Glasgow and murders in an idyllic village.
3/5 Amateur sleuth Miss Marple assists police with the murder inquiry at Stoneygates school.
3/10 Lilia tries to adapt to life as a wife. Stars Teresa Gallagher.
2/4 The detective superintendent faces a cunning scam and a missing masterpiece.
8/10 1812 - as the armies meet outside Moscow, even the Rostovs are preparing to leave the city
7/7 Furious Uncle Percy gets trapped and Bertie tries to avoid arrest. With Richard Briers.
1/6 When a landlord's daughter offers to help run the pub, his reaction is unexpected.
6/6 News of a plane crash sends the intrepid boy reporter on a desperate search.
7/8 The fate of Toad is decided in court. Read by David Suchet.
8/8 An unexpected visitor turns up to Badger's big tea party.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Min is counting rain drops, but why is everyone so wet? Is royalty to blame? From 1958.
4/6 After Steve and Linda's dinner party, Dan is not keen on a re-match.
4/6 Rabbi Fine and Rabbi Jacobs end up stuck in a lift together. From October 2000.
1/4 The nostalgic spiffing spoof of adventure story papers for boys. From September 1991.
9/10 1812. Napoleon arrives, Pierre is imprisoned, and dying Andrei is reunited with Natasha.
4/10 Misery in Monteriano, as English Lilia and Italian Gino's marriage starts to deteriorate.
3/4 The detective heads to a glitzy London hotel, where a woman is found dead.
10/14 Censorship, a ghost story and a depraved dentist. Songs and sketches from June 1967.
3/4 A sadistic adversary exploits Detective Inspector Bob Boxer's deepest childhood fears.
4/5 The spinster sleuth investigates the attempted poisoning of her friend Carrie Louise.
An archaeologist is amazed by her nurse's likeness to an Egyptian painting.
Librarian Philip Larkin receives an official-looking letter which sends him in to a spin.
44/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 From behind bars, the playwright reveals how his ardour for 'Bosie' has cooled somewhat.
4/5 The author recalls being sent to convent school and continuing her personal gourmet quest.
4/5 Alex Kapranos is in Singapore, trying a deep fried puffer fish and issuing an invitation.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey featuring The Fang Gang: My Vampire Granddad.
4/7 The Doctor Who producer reflects on major changes in the TV filming process.
4/8 Harry infiltrates the Think Tank whilst the Doctor meets with the Giant Robot's creator.
5/6 The sketch show team take their audience on Territorial Army manoeuvres. From April 1990.
3/6 Pathologist Ruth's fibs over her career and love-life backfire when her mum arrives.
Spoofing student life and a meaty mammal. Sketch comedy with Chris Barrie. From 1984.
1/6 When explorers return from Peru and fall ill, the intrepid boy reporter is on the case.
1/5 The scruffy schoolboy presents his Hamlet. Or is it Eggs and Bacon? Read by Martin Jarvis.
The mischievous schoolboy avoids his parents by getting lost on his way home.
Friday 3 December 2010