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.
7/7 Eloping noblemen and blood feuds, but will revenge find the right mark?
3/6 The gentlemen thief has many adversaries, but none as formidable as Jacques Saillaid.
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.
2/5 Relations between Dmitry and his father turn ever more dangerous.
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.
2/6 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.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
7/20 Inspired by Bill and supplied by Sid, the lad turns his home into a centre of learning.
5/6 When the comedian gets involved in a bank robbery, isn't it all a bit of 'armless fun?
4/8 Can Bertie beat the odds of disaster in an unusual betting syndicate?
5/6 The shady lawyer tries to swing a prize fight. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated.
3/5 Following the violent encounter at the Karamazov home, Dmitry goes in search of Grushenka.
8/20 Fred has hopes for an inheritance, and busy Dr Lydgate has problems of his own.
2/4 A condemned man gives the French detective a fresh lead on an unsolved murder.
A spoof Paul Temple and wires get crossed on the telephone. Sketch comedy from July 1972.
1/6 Mystery afloat as a Cornish family's curse starts to unravel. Starring Andrew Sachs.
4/6 The thief decides to re-equip in a most unconventional manner - then joins a manhunt.
Why was the Dutch Master painter so fascinated with self-portraits?
Writer and journalist Alkarim Jivani asks why we value originality.
93/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/5 Cancer's infrequently asked questions. Miles Kington's humorous last letters.
8/10 Mike returns to where he last saw Jennifer, but his recollections prove disturbing.
3/5 The writer visits Asturias - a happy hunting ground for both cheese and cider lovers.
Chris Pizzey presents an hour of children's stories, featuring Matilda by Roald Dahl.
1/3 The alien takeover gathers pace. Sequel to Before the Screaming Begins.
3/6 Lazarus Long leads the families on board the colony spaceship 'New Frontiers'.
1/6 The urban warrior's comedy-and-music mix, with a cure for apathy, if he can be bothered.
8/8 Motson's Syndrome - and a nuclear attack. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's topical humour.
3/6 Amy heads to Europe, while Jo makes a friend in New York. With Buffy Davis.
5/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Papa travels to Paris.
6/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Anna's father moves to Paris to be published.
Thursday 10 February 2011