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Native Hawaiian Keawe buys a bottle promising love, fame and money, but there's a drawback
4/4 By Tanya Huff. Deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.
Erich Maria Remarque's lyrical and haunting tale of First World War German soldiers.
Helen Lederer, Clive Mantle and Nick Wilton's compilation of series one of the comedy show
The comedian chronicles his life from childhood to fatherhood. From August 2000.
The struggling actor finds greater fame dressed as a strawberry than playing a gay miner.
In Mark Evans's Dickensian spoof, Pip chases the dragon in the exotic East (End).
A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
6/7 Dantes' vengeance slowly destroys his enemies, but now it's the Crown Prosecutor's turn.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
2/13 Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander-boggling, while Kenneth Horne drops in on Bona Books.
4/4 Primus does his utmost to ensure one of his books will win a literary award.
2/6 The comedian looks at the ups and downs of domesticity. With Dave Lamb.
3/6 Terry agrees to babysit for Sandra, but reckons without her mother.
1/2 A hospital warden is accused of corruption over funding. Anthony Trollope dramatisation.
6/10 With her son found, Mrs Ross and guide Parker set out to prove he's innocent of murder.
1/5 Feeling useless after the Second World War, two women set up their own detective agency.
From a Tibetan mystic to the entire United Nations, the ultimate one-man show.
7/8 The sleuth edges closer to solving the murder and discovering the identity of The Fence.
1/10 Ex-Home Office worker Carole Seddon makes an unpleasant discovery on her morning walk.
2/10 After her shocking discovery, Carole Seddon gains a surprising ally in her investigation.
2/6 Crime writers Jean McConnell and Keith Miles tackle an Elizabethan court killing.
2/2 How tricksters have tampered with the composer's musical legacy.
111/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 An Oxford post-graduate 'rewinds', 'fast forwards' and 'plays' through his life.
1/5 The story of ex-convict Eddie Chapman, Britain's most extraordinary wartime double agent.
1/5 Retiring to a village in the Dales, the much-loved writer's mam is hugely intimidated.
Children's stories introduced by Chris Pizzey, featuring Big George by Eric Pringle.
6/10 A lonely occultist signs up to a special internet chat room to attract some demons.
6/10 More surprises from the Commander, as Offred reveals how the current situation came about.
6/8 The Time Lord helps the Sisterhood, while impatient Morbius demands that Solon take action
4/7 Sue has thrown actor Robert out. What could possibly bring them together again?
3/6 Underachiever David makes the most of jury service, while Giles is fighting the law.
Helen Lederer, Clive Mantle and Nick Wilton in a compilation from the sketch comedy.
7/7 Edmond Dantes has got a final score to settle. Stars Andrew Sachs.
Tuesday 8 March 2011