13/16 A computer selects eight people for a spaceship to escape an asteroid heading to Earth.
5/8 Can Sergeant Malone prevent a trial that could lead to murder?
The life and times of rock 'n' roll star Billy Fury. Stars Anton Lesser and Rory Bremner.
The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of an immigrant accused of wounding.
The Old Bailey hack recalls a fraud case, based upon some ghostly messages.
The Old Bailey hack recalls a case of extortion at his old Oxford College.
The Old Bailey hack recalls a suspicious case of bribery in the police force.
The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of a light-fingered vicar. Written by John Mortimer.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Featuring The Illmoor Chronicles by David Lee Stone, read by Shaun Dooley.
A heart attack, Australia and a medical scandal turn up in this comedy of emails.
An archaeologist is amazed by her nurse's likeness to an Egyptian painting.
1/6 Mark Wallington and hellish hound Boogie quest to find the source of the Thames.
2/6 The comedian and writer shares some reminiscences.
6/6 The actress talks to Professor Alison Oddey about her influences and big screen roles.
Shopkeepers Gert and Daisy get a large dog that doesn't understand English.
Les Dawson presents Love in the Dole Queue, Cosmo Smallpiece and a piano singalong.
2/3 A weekend of tangled relationships moves to the living room of a country house.
The comedian presents a selection of classic comic songs. With special guest Steve Brown.
The Americans are desperate to identify the owner of the Hoover cottage. From 1956.
The musicologist reveals how some of rock's biggest names have a lot to thank him for.
The Ministry of Furniture and methodist pirates. Patrick Moore guest stars.
The whimsies of JB Morton, performed by Richard Ingrams, John Wells and Patricia Routledge
The Royal Dingle Company's voyage around the Bard examines his comedies.
1/3 With music banned in a totalitarian Britain, a battle ensues between good and evil.
1/2 After major eye surgery, a woman discovers that her vision has frighteningly new clarity.
6/6 Solomon discusses fake diamonds with the Department of Gemstones and Narcotics.
Sound bite-sized excerpts from a forthcoming selection of the writer's work.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical look at the week's news. From 10th April 2009.
2/6 Spaghetti spellings with Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
2/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn tackles a rundown council tower block.
2/4 Mitch Benn plays comic songs past and present, and is joined by Isy Suttie. From 2006.
Monday 20 April 2009