6/10 Chuck's gang rule by gun law in virtual Wild West World, and John is Sheriff.
1/13 A young man is mysteriously saved from drowning in 1960s Brighton. With David Warner.
5/5 Can Poirot finally fathom out the murderous events afloat?
1/10 Superintendent Dalziel witnesses what seems to be a murder from his own window.
1/5 Retiring Jean Hawkins is given a five year diary - and her life changes dramatically.
1/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton returns to 1930s Yorkshire for a challenging new post.
1/4 When a cholera epidemic strikes London in 1854, the mercurial Dr John Snow investigates.
2/5 More celeb sound-alikes, as Victor Meldrew phones 5 Live and 'Panorama' with Graham Norton
4/6 The Professor meets the woman of his dreams, but is the lovely Franabelle what she seems?
3/6 A man loses his identity and ends up in double trouble.
2/5 High winds alert! Weatherman Michael Fish bids for stardom.
1/4 A Jewish prince is betrayed and sent into slavery by his Roman soldier friend.
4/6 Rosie fancies a dishy French estate agent, but Nancy reckons she saw him first.
1/6 Phonsie's sale of the Hoover ancestral home is the cause of much speculation.
Includes Susanna Northern reading The Ordinary Princess by MM Kaye.
Povey gets a warning of a bomb on a new frigate, and Phillips gets a special gift.
1/6 Joining the Sheffield singer-songwriter on air are Barbara Dickson and Bill Bailey.
1/4 The detectives probe a man's disappearance en route to Leeds.
2/10 Superintendent Dalziel strongly suspects who murdered Philip Swain's wife.
2/5 Jean is delighted to meet Brian - but then he suggests things go on a business footing.
2/15 New headmistress Sarah Burton has much to tackle at her rundown school.
2/4 Two ambitious young doctors tackle a yellow fever epidemic in 19th-century Cuba.
2/4 Freed from slavery, the prince encounters his old enemy Messala.
1/8 Harold must break sad news to his father Albert. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
7/10 Stepmother Josie struggles when Matthew's three children move in with them.
Tony Benn shares his private recordings. Parliament pales in comparison with a surgery.
36/120 Ireland's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 Nature writer Roger Deakin looks at moths with a group of Essex insect enthusiasts.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
3/8 Bill's new young image leaves birthday girl Faith feeling old.
6/13 Pike and Hodges try enlisting volunteers to restore the pier.
7/10 John captains a battleship in a world so real that he forgets who he is.
2/13 Hugo Rune and Rizla attempt to solve the missing spaniel mystery. With David Warner.
1/4 Winnie and Ample are two florists with attitude. Starring Doon Mackichan. From August 2002
3/6 The sci-fi star probes cloning and what to do with our waste.
3/6 Tube system goes berserk, earthquake in Corinth and anniversary of space.
Wednesday 11 March 2009