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.
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.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
On Scotland's crab-ridden shores, Neddie Seagoon is bridging a gap. From February 1959.
3/4 More celeb sound-alikes with tea-time for Alan Bennett and horror at the Simon Bates Hotel
1/6 Phonsie is keen to send Guard Gallagher to sing in a New York competition.
4/5 Is Kit really married to a dirty ruskie commie pinko lefty agitator agent? From May 1987.
An unsuccessful barrister is asked to defend a man accused of murder.
1/5 Vera nabs a package to Ibiza, and Irene aims to save her friend from seduction.
1/5 London 1947, and a theatre visit sets off a mystery to rival what's happening on stage.
4/6 Crime writers Liza Cody and Reginald Hill try to solve a monastery mystery.
6/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the tale of a philandering member of chambers.
Alex meets Terry and is coaxed to start a business out in the country.
65/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 A bitter 19th-century feud between scientific rivals to uncover a buried prehistoric past.
1/5 John Mortimer reads from his book and offers lessons in growing old disgracefully.
1/10 As the RMS Titanic sails to New York, an iceberg is spotted. Read by Martin Jarvis.
Featuring Kathy Burke reading The Witches by Roald Dahl.
6/20 Captain Jet Morgan and his crew receive warnings to turn back, but who from?
A man living in present-day Delhi is haunted by visions of the city's past and future.
4/6 Frenzying is all the rage in Ancient Athens, but can Aristophanes cash in on the craze?
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's 'topical' banter and sketch show.
3/6 The writer's mate Craig proves a headache, while Vince the geranium encounters a bee.
Tuesday 21 April 2009