6/7 The companions target the Count, but could one of them be a traitor?
4/5 Biochemist Diana Brackley's attempts to conceal the source of the antigerone are overcome.
6/13 The psychiatrist-turned-detective probes death threats made to an elderly spinster.
4/5 Father Devoy struggles with his faith and Garda Sweeney with his impatience.
9/20 Mr Brooke gets a lesson in reform politics, and Dorothea shares her secrets with Ladislaw.
Captain Fitzroy sails to tragedy, as Charles Darwin finds fame.
5/5 The sketch show about modern life with people who have lived a bit of it.
1/6 Feeling inferior to stylish women, Fay gets lost in a Dirty Dancing fantasy at work.
1/4 Tom starts his new job at Brooks Furniture.
1/4 Craig Children and Martin Bain-Jones host the show for young folk.
6/6 The comedian muses on coping strategies and how stressful this series was to make.
6/6 The Derby and Joan club's performance of Emmanuel is top of the councillors' agenda.
1/2 John Hurt is The Narrator in John Fowles' tale of forbidden passions in Victorian Dorset.
5/6 There's tension in the staff room, and nerves are on edge. Why? The inspectors are coming!
9/13 Medic Sparrow misdiagnoses a boil, while Taffy keeps volunteering for night-shifts.
Includes Amanda St. John reading Mrs Frisby and the Rats of Nimh by Robert C. O'Brien.
11/16 Master spy Kenneth Horne battles for Britain, plus Bona Homes with Julian and Sandy.
8/8 The team dial up the biggest ever phone-in attempted on radio. From October 1987.
9/13 The psychiatrist-turned-detective probes a fabled gem's authenticity.
5/5 Dr Brooks, Father Devoy and Garda Sweeney make a horrifying discovery.
10/20 Reverend Casaubon learns the truth about his illness, and a stranger arrives.
When Jimmy asks Clara to teach him to read, an unlikely friendship develops.
2/2 John Hurt stars in John Fowles' tale of forbidden passions in Victorian Dorset.
Improvement grants explained and a plumber muses on words. Sketch comedy from July 1972.
10/10 Lorimer Black types up his investigation - for the fraud office. Read by Stephen Critchlow
5/5 The womaniser loses his cool - and dancing the hornpipe as never before.
19/120 The story continues with a devastating epidemic, and a new mercenary warrior elite.
5/5 Darwin visits Australia and then returns home after more than five years of travelling.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
1/7 Bertie Wooster turns to Aunt Dahlia to help out Gussie.
8/8 Iris is proper poorly, but not quite as poorly as Wilf thinks she is.
7/7 With time running out for Mina, can Van Helsing avert a tragedy?
5/5 The secret of long life is out, but Diana must face the media alone.
1/6 Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.
3/6 Quick-fire sketch show starring Susie Donkin, Charlotte MacDougal and Oriane Messina.
1/4 A teacher joins a struggling a cappella group to quit geography. From February 2000.
Saturday 14 February 2009