A Oxford professor's obsession with horology leads to a horrific fate.
8/13 A monk in Rizla's dream thinks he's two minutes away from death. With David Warner.
On the trail of a valuable coin, the private eye enters a deadly underworld.
1/6 A pensioner disappears on a tiny Scottish island. Lynn Ferguson stars as barmaid Irene.
The one-time Goodie's choices include Up the Pole, ITMA, and Archie's the Boy.
Cricket commentator Brian Johnston's 1993 one-man show at London's Richmond Theatre.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
Back in Cornwall's Porthant Bay, Marjorie Beaumont is coming to terms with her past.
A refugee from the Russian Revolution is running a successful night club in Montmartre.
1/3 The 1963 headline makers knocked off the newspaper front pages by Henry Cooper.
Celia is torn between a bossy husband and fixated handyman.
6/8 Izzy gets invited to a ball in Cambridge, but she could do with a fairy godmother.
4/6 Geoffrey Wheeler visits Yorkshire's home of pantomime and a steadfast dance troupe.
2/4 Mark Radcliffe profiles the film and music hall star, who never forgot her Rochdale roots.
The cheeky schoolboy sees double when he helps out with a TV commercial. From 1966.
Fast-moving fun from a Slough phone box.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/3 Lionheart faces a watery demise, as Dunning unleashes a being from the dawn of time.
3/3 Ichabod Crane comes face-to-face with his worst nightmare.
Fresh from 4 - Catch up on the edition first broadcast on 3rd October 2008.
2/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist explains flaws in the urban democratic system.
2/4 The story of Victorian Britain's greatest horror writer.
4/6 The stand-up comedian chats about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans.
Monday 13 October 2008