The famous tale of piracy and slavery by the American master of suspense.
Miss Jane Marple ponders an outbreak of hate-mail and a trail of death.
Confusion reigns as Noote does his aunt a favour behind the Bishop's back.
Tony's choices include Saturday Night Fry, Just A Minute and Knowing Me Knowing You.
4/4 Can the Radox's assembled forces win the battle? Epic Tolkien parody stars Paul Eddington.
13/33 More comedy and music from Minnesota, with Roy Blount Jr and Nellie McKay. From 2009.
Presented by Kirsten O'Brien. With Lesley Joseph reading Little Darlings by Sam Llewellyn.
3/5 Little Nell's grandfather returns to gambling and resorts to desperate measures.
4/5 Two women with the same name convalesce in a maternity ward.
3/6 Dick Barton hits the airwaves and BBC Children's Hour turns 25. Six years in radio history
Detective Auguste Dupin, one of Poe's own creations, investigates the death of the writer.
In a dark dungeon, a man faces the threat of death from on high and from below.
The perfect murder, planned and executed with unerring precision. Unless...
4/6 Edgar and young Robert have been kidnapped, but is it a case of mistaken identity?
5/11 Dickie Henderson looks at 'shows that tell a story', including 'Life With The Lyons'.
Archie Andrews encourages his mentor Peter Brough to fight the flab. Radio ventriloquism.
9/13 Bob and Terry take a trip down memory lane. With James Bolam and Rodney Bewes.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/5 The creepy raconteur's tale of a couple who find country life is far from peaceful.
3/3 Filled with pity for the ghost of the house, Virginia agrees to help Sir Simon find peace.
Fresh from 4 - Catch up on the edition first broadcast on 9th January 2009.
1/6 The feisty comedienne and veteran comic in the tag talk show.
4/4 BBC Radio 7 showcases more upcoming comedy writer/performers. From January 2009.
3/6 Sports agent Trevor Heslop has to grapple with a Buddhist and a specially-trained bear.
Monday 19 January 2009