Horror legend Vincent Price relates the unnerving tale of a secretary's murderous revenge.
3/5 By Lilian Pizzichini. Under a full moon, three friends meet in a strange exotic bar.
3/5 Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll is gone. Will a paper trail unravel the mystery?
3/8 Despite an attempt on his life, Temple remains hot on the trail of the elusive 'Alex'.
3/5 With more than one confession to murder, who can the amateur sleuth believe?
8/10 An elderly authoress recalls a fight between the dead baronet and a potential new suspect.
A single older woman takes on a gardener and gets much more than she bargained for.
2/4 Lily is aghast at her fiance's visit to his old flame's aristocratic family.
2/3 By Rona Munro. An Italian cafe owner in Glasgow defends the honour of his native land.
5/6 The shady lawyer tries fleecing a millionaire. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated.
4/5 Mrs Potter-Smith tries to ruin young Maddy's film premiere, but can she succeed?
4/5 Jane sets off alone on the most important journey of her life and makes a shock discovery.
4/5 On a trip to London, Jennings is forced to turn detective.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Trouble starts brewing when Sir Gregory bans the duo from making tea.
1/6 The famed improvisation game with Lenny Henry, Dawn French, John Sessions and Stephen Fry.
3/4 The MOD has to make cuts and the navy, army and air force are all looking vulnerable.
6/6 The actor has a date with an X-rated actress, while Peruvian Flu strikes at the Gazette.
3/4 As her fiance stays on at Courcy Castle, Lily Dale fears the worst.
9/10 The Commander finds compelling evidence, and an abused lover revises her police statement.
Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is it what she needs?
12/13 Arabian Desert dancers, and the bare truth of Lady Godiva. With John Cleese and Bill Oddie
4/8 Alex claims another victim, but the plot thickens as the sleuth survives a car crash.
4/5 The investigations into Colonel Protheroe's death don't go at all to plan.
5/6 James Walton's quiz with Tracey MacLeod, Andrew Collins, David Hepworth and Carol Decker.
3/3 The 1990 headline-makers kicked off the newspaper front pages by England in the World Cup.
4/5 The author recalls his school days where his skill developed with a disastrous performance
4/5 The popularity of Jan Struther's work takes her to America where she is reunited with Dolf
9/10 Elizabeth faces a dilemma when Tom's daughter Dale decides to move into the family home.
4/5 Author and music lover Nick Hornby laments the underappreciated art of the songwriter.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey, featuring Dr Fell's Cabinet of Smells.
Even horror legend Vincent Price can't face the meal that is placed before him.
4/5 By Dominic Power. Widow Lottie's odd encounter with a fox has a life-changing effect.
4/5 Utterson's persistence in investigating the truth about his friend Dr Jekyll is rewarded.
1/4 Taking coals to Newcastle, the sketch comedy pokes fun at local targets. With Nick Hancock
2/7 Comedian and TV panellist Andy Parsons chats to Bruce Morton about his career.
2/4 Hosts Craig and Martin do battle at a music awards ceremony.
5/5 The Blue Door's theatre needs help setting up, but will Mrs Potter-Smith scupper them?
5/5 Jane's journey of discovery and forgiveness draws to a close.
5/5 A tree planting leads to an unusual school photograph. Read by Stephen Fry.
Friday 25 March 2011