1/4 An innocent abroad, Billy Pilgrim stumbles into enemy hands.
1/5 Millions of years from now, a small tribe battles to stay alive in Earth's dense jungle.
1/7 Master of disguise Flambeau is on the run from the police. Andrew Sachs stars.
3/6 The cricket-loving gentleman thief sets out to settle old scores at his school reunion.
1/20 Dorothea Brooke yearns to right society's wrongs in 1830s England, and Dr Lydgate arrives.
1/4 Katherine turns to old-school detective Pip Shepherd when her sweetheart disappears.
John Durham's fight for the woman he loves sparks a battle with a powerful French family.
3/6 The author and his wife feel jaded and start planning a break.
4/6 Ex-convict Terry comes a cropper when he tries to stop a mob of vigilantes.
5/5 What will Mr Craven discover on his return? Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic concludes.
5/7 Cruella de Vil arrives at Hell Hall, making the rescue of the puppies increasingly urgent.
5/7 The little girl's curious adventure sees her picnic with the Lion and the Unicorn.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
The duo welcome Penelope Keith, who does her own intro before performing in Ern's sketch.
2/4 More celeb sound-alikes as Hyacinth Bucket rants and Dale Winton makes a call.
4/4 By Rona Munro. Veteran hospital porter Archie reaps the rewards of his years of kindness.
4/6 Can couples counselling calm the social worker's constant criticism of her boyfriend?
Based on film producer John Houseman's memoirs of The Blue Dahlia and Raymond Chandler.
2/20 Lydgate has hopes for the new hospital, while Dorothea has hopes for Mr Casaubon.
2/4 A man lost at sea returns to claim his fortune. Pip and Peeler Thomas investigate.
6/13 Medic Simon Sparrow breaks hospital rules by flirting with a pretty new nurse.
2/7 Death and theft in a small hotel, and confusion over waiters. Andrew Sachs stars.
4/6 Planning revenge by robbery, the gentleman thief is called on to bat for England.
5/10 More testing brain teasers with Chris Maslanka, Paul Lamford and Robert Eastaway.
John Burnside visits the Sami Music Festival of Riddu Riddu in northern Norway.
87/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 Aunt Flo and Uncle Walter's fascination with fig leaves. The writer recalls his childhood.
2/10 Student Mike Engleby considers his difficulties at public school.
2/5 Recalling the Python team's success in America and the start of their own solo projects.
Children's stories with Chris Pizzey, featuring Terry Pratchett's A Hat Full of Sky.
2/4 Billy Pilgrim is both a prisoner of war and an inadvertent time traveller.
2/5 The tribal elders have gone, leaving the children to face the Earth's dense jungle alone.
2/6 Poet Roger McGough's reflections on the inhabitants of the world. From May 2000.
2/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls his most memorable detentions.
1/6 The surreal duo try solving the globe's topical problems. From July 1992.
6/6 Can Milford and Parker overcome Raamen Bod and find the Sofa of Time?
1/6 Christmas is coming, as the March sisters go to a party in 19th century New England.
6/7 It's Christmas Eve and the dogs escape Hell Hall to begin the long journey back to London.
6/7 The little girl encounters the Red Knight and the White Knight. Read by Alan Bennett.
Wednesday 2 February 2011