2/4 Christine Daae has disappeared. Is she with the mysterious Angel of Music?
2/4 Murder victims are wiped from memory, time behaves oddly, no-one knows the year.
1/2 Meera Syal reads her novel about Meena, growing up in a Black Country village in the 1970s
A bird makes the ultimate sacrifice, so that an unworldly young man can woo his love.
1/4 1980: An Olympics boycott and Brits battling it out on the track upstage saving the whale.
Satire from Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. From November 2008
2/6 Romantic Brian is plotting to surprise the social worker on holiday.
2/4 Featuring comedy writers/performers Rachel Lerman and Tom Hardy. From November 2007.
6/7 The Australian stand-up chats to Bruce Morton about her British stage career.
Geoffrey Wheeler recollects the theatrical landladies who gave bed and board to actors.
Ned Sherrin tells the story of Coyle and Sharpe, who did street interviews in '60s America
The cheeky youngster misses out on a zoo trip, when he's suspected of having measles.
4/13 Bob and Terry take an eventful trip down memory lane. From August 1975.
Includes Jez Edwards reading Jerry and the Monsters by Allen Sadler.
Sir Bernard Seagoon sets out to corner the world market for writing materials.
2/4 Probing pesticides and agricultural policy, David Lander asks if farming is in crisis.
6/6 The Roman sleuth faces a final showdown, but his reunion with Helena is bittersweet.
Can daring Edwardian sleuth Thorpe Hazell intercept vital papers?
1/5 Tommy's casino chain is doing nicely until some new blood muscles in. Peter Marinker reads
6/10 Meena visits a fortune teller who foretells things about her relationship with Anita.
A couple are enjoying an idyllic summer's day in their garden - until a visitor arrives.
An autistic girl comes to terms with her extraordinary life. Stars Becky Simpson.
5/13 The wonderful Radio Prune becomes a musical station with Dave 'the Rave' Hatch.
1/10 A young evacuee arrives to stay with gruff but kindly Tom Oakley.
1/5 Byron Rogers embarks on a visit to the packed treasure house of a costume store.
186/216 A period of bloody fighting marks the founding of the Imperial Raj in India.
1/5 The former Labour deputy leader on socialist thinker RH Tawney's vision of equality.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
6/6 Will the 1000 Years Festival mark the end of the old courthouse battle? It's summer 1953.
4/6 William is writing mucky books under a nom de plume, and a decision is taken over Father.
3/3 As the alien takeover approaches, can humanity fend off enemies from without and within?
11/12 Weston expounds his theory of man's domination of the universe.
1/4 Sean Foley and Hamish McColl's producer forces them to get proper jobs.
2/6 Drop in on a 'live' archaeology excavation, and visit a very liberal safari park.
2/6 The naive gap year student lands in Beijing for his Duke of Edinburgh Award challenge.
Tuesday 9 December 2008