2/3 Tom's new mental powers interest the authorities. Sci-fi trilogy starring Donald Hewlett.
1/6 Family groups live for hundreds of years thanks to the Howard Foundation.
6/7 Retribution from above - can the clerical sleuth uncover the evil in the heart of good?
2/6 A series of jewel robberies have been carried out, but for once Raffles is not the culprit
6/20 Fred Vincy struggles with his debts, and Dorothea finds her marriage under strain.
Two librarians decide to emulate Miss Marple when a corpse is found in their crime section
1/5 The unpredictable Fyodor Karamazov and his sons reunite to discuss Dmitry's inheritance.
4/6 The author and his wife's holiday abroad is far from relaxing.
5/6 Smugglers with big ideas plague Terry, and Sandra is faced with an unwanted admirer.
1/6 Amy has grand hopes for an upmarket social gathering. With Buffy Davis and Jemma Redgrave.
1/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin in 1933. Anna's father has flu.
2/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin. Anna's father disappears.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
1/13 Old mates Terry Collier and Bob Ferris are suddenly reunited. From July 1975.
3/4 More celeb sound-alikes with tea-time for Alan Bennett and horror at the Simon Bates Hotel
1/8 Cash is scarce, as the ambassador hopes capitalism and democracy will conquer communism.
5/6 The meddling social worker takes a homeless survey, and Brian arranges a stag night.
2/5 Relations between Dmitry and his father turn ever more dangerous.
7/20 Dr Lydgate attends the poorly Reverend Casaubon, and Fred's debts trouble the Garth family
1/4 The French sleuth bends the rules to investigate a double murder in a Paris suburb.
7/13 Medic Simon Sparrow is thrown in the deep-end on St Swithins' antenatal ward.
7/7 Eloping noblemen and blood feuds, but will revenge find the right mark?
3/6 The gentleman thief has many adversaries, but none as formidable as Jacques Saillaid.
6/10 More brain teasers with Chris Maslanka, Paul Lamford and Professor David Singmaster.
Ian Hislop finds out why Victorian women wrote so many famous hymns.
92/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 Things to learn before you die - without leaving home. Miles Kington's humorous letters.
7/10 Mike is making a success of his personal life, but an unsettling side to him is revealed.
2/5 The writer's drive to an exclusive restaurant takes him to a place of mystery and magic.
Children's stories with Chris Pizzey, featuring Matilda by Roald Dahl.
3/3 The alien intent is revealed. Can the Earth fight back? Stars Donald Hewlett.
2/6 The prospect of immortality sparks riots, so the Government begins mass arrests.
3/6 Poet Roger McGough's reflections on 'the meaning of life'. From May 2000.
3/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls his most memorable detentions.
2/6 The surreal duo try solving the globe's topical problems. From July 1992.
1/4 Devastated by a TV critic, talk show host Juliette Johnson's day goes from bad to worse.
2/6 Meg faces marriage troubles, while Jo triumphs in her writing. Stars Jemma Redgrave.
3/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Anna and her family leave Berlin.
4/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Anna and her family become refugees in Zurich.
Wednesday 9 February 2011