2/3 With Tom trapped amongst the aliens, Sally finds a government ally. Stars James Shrapnel.
1/2 The political awakening of psychiatrist Rosa Sobel. Award-winning tale in the near future.
5/6 The clerical sleuth hopes that the farce is with him in solving a theatre-land mystery.
2/2 A French assassin has shot his intended victim, but exactly who wanted Red Millbrook dead?
12/20 Lydgate is the subject of gossip, and Casaubon demands a promise from Dorothea.
2/4 The French detective probes a shooting - could a stray dog's owner be the perpetrator?
2/2 John Hurt stars in John Fowles' tale of forbidden passions in Victorian Dorset.
2/8 Ambassador Mackenzie must tackle the delicate issue of a Briton being held hostage.
6/6 The bossy social worker sticks her oar in Helen's wedding and Megan's home birth.
1/3 Farmer John Ridd always hated the Doones, until he met Lorna. 17th-century romance.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
8/20 The lad accepts a bet when challenged to copy Phileas Fogg's trip, but in far less time.
6/6 The surreal comedian helps plan a birthday for the twins. What could possibly go wrong?
5/8 After the syndicate disaster, Bertie ponders what to bet on next.
6/6 Judgement day dawns for the shady lawyer. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated.
1/2 August 1785: The jilted Marquise de Merteuil begins a game of seduction and revenge.
13/20 Even in death, Casaubon hurts Dorothea with a cruel codicil to his will.
3/4 When an old adversary undermines an investigation, Maigret is determined to find the truth
Angry antique dealers and it's not the end of the world. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.
6/6 The unusual behaviour of a young man sparks concern in a seaside town.
1/8 Racehorse trainer Jack Haythorne's party ends in tragedy. But is it just an accident?
John Amis, Frank Muir, Ian Wallace and Denis Norden are quizzed on Tom Jones and Mozart.
1/3 Professor Aubrey Manning travels to the Valley of the Kings in Egypt to unearth a mystery.
98/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/5 In their past, the pair come together as actors, with the promise of something more.
3/5 The humorist muses on travelling and considers acting lessons for posing in holiday snaps.
3/5 As his London acting career developed, Tom Courtenay recalls letters sent by his mother.
Chris Pizzey presents an hour of children's stories, featuring Matilda by Roald Dahl.
3/3 As the aliens' plans are revealed, the World Council takes action. With Patrick Troughton.
2/2 Psychiatrist Rosa Sobel makes a shocking discovery about the organisation she works for.
2/6 The urban warrior's comedy-music mix, with a how to guide for seeing gigs for free.
1/6 The Conroy family are braced for school reports - and a loan. Stars Dominic Monaghan.
2/3 Murderer Carver Doone tries to starve Lorna into marrying him, but John has other ideas.
Thursday 17 February 2011