Horror legend Vincent Price tells the chilling tale of a violinist with very special hands
2/2 A hunted motorist is forced to become the hunter in a deadly, primordial duel.
Colin Dexter's grumpy detective must take on a dead colleague's missing person case.
2/3 A selection of the correspondence between writer PG Wodehouse and William Townsend.
Mark Radcliffe introduces a selection of comedy winners including Ivor Cutler.
6/33 A scary Hallowe'en tale and much hysteria among Lake Wobegon's Lutherans. From 2008.
Includes Rupert Degas reading Toro Toro by Michael Morpurgo.
5/5 Cosette worries over Marius, while Jean Valjean's good deeds pay dividends.
4/4 Second World War experiences of women in Britain. A spinster's life resumes in peacetime.
A look at the life of Jimmy Clitheroe, with contributions from friends and family.
Three family generations symbolise post-war Britain's decline. Stars Bill Nighy.
5/6 Izzy spends her birthday coping with the surprise news that she's pregnant.
Graeme Garden celebrates a comic whose career began playing the piano in a brothel.
The cheeky schoolboy's attempt to play matchmaker spells disaster for Alfie.
3/13 Bob gets the jitters over marrying Thelma. Adapted from TV from August 1975.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
1/4 Christmas in an Edwardian household. But what is wrong with time? Who is Edith Thompson?
1/4 Tragedy strikes at the Opera House in 19th-century Paris, home to a fabled ghost.
Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out over news events.
1/6 The social worker organises a birthday dinner for Brian, but there's a mystery guest.
1/4 Showcase for fresh comedy writer-performers. Made for BBC Radio 7 in October 2007.
Comedian Andy Zaltzman discusses why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.
Monday 1 December 2008