3/5 Held in the world's toughest jail, can Kip escape prison brutality? Virtual reality saga.
1/4 By Bram Stoker. The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.
A paralysed beauty and a reckless soldier fall in love during the English civil war.
In a sleepy Russian town, a careless insult changes the lives of two neighbours.
Graeme Garden, Alison Steadman and Barry Cryer star in this citrus fruit of a sketch show.
The comedian explains how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work.
Inspired by helping Bill with his reading, Hancock decides to set up his own school.
A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
5/6 The March family must face their greatest sorrow together. With Buffy Davis.
9/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Anna's family is affected by The Depression.
10/10 Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. The family have sad news from Berlin.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
15/16 Special agent Kenneth Horne investigates sinister giant milk bottles. From June 1965.
1/4 London 1853, and a firm of religious publishers is transformed by an actress and her son.
5/6 The author and his wife blow hot and cold about refrigeration. Stars Ian Carmichael.
6/6 Terry and Sandra face the threat of the community centre being closed.
1/2 John Hurt is The Narrator in John Fowles' tale of forbidden passions in Victorian Dorset.
11/20 Dorothea is shocked to encounter Ladislaw, but delighted to help out Lydgate.
1/4 A woman from the detective's past reappears and asks him to help find her missing husband.
3/6 Japes in jail, foghorns, and what is normal? Cult sketch show starring Denise Coffey.
4/6 The past and present collide to provide another mystery to solve for the clerical sleuth.
1/2 Simmering resentment brings a high-class hitman over from France to target a jockey.
5/6 Crime writers John Harvey and Val McDermid try to solve the death of a radio DJ.
Ian Sansom explores the life of the prolific journalist, historian and children's educator
96/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 The actress reads the story of her and John Thaw's individual beginnings.
1/5 Humorist, writer and broadcaster Alan Coren muses on his beloved part of London.
1/5 The actor reads the letters sent by his mother Annie, when he left Hull for London.
Chris Pizzey with children's stories, featuring The Wishing Chair Again by Enid Blyton.
1/3 Aliens are threatening Earth, but the British government has a cunning plan.
6/6 Heartbroken Lazarus Long's thoughts begin to turn to home on Earth. Read by Paul Birchard.
1/7 Always on the lookout for work, Robert lands a rather sedentary role.
6/6 The Welsh comedian continues his quest to free us from the seven deadly sins. With Tim Key
4/5 Aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves. With Vanessa Feltz.
6/6 Jo writes the story of her family's life, and finds true love at last.
First published in 1902, the fantastical tale of animal camouflage in the jungle.
The fantastical tale of how being a cake thief proved bad for the complexion.
The fantastical tale of how a dancing sailor changed a giant's eating habits.
Tuesday 15 February 2011