3/3 Racing against time, Mel battles to use music to thwart a crucial government project.
1/4 An innocent abroad, Billy Pilgrim stumbles into enemy hands.
When two best friends are reunited, the ensuing farce surprises them both.
Smell your third portion of No Tomatoes, from Paul Copley, Helen Moon and Ian Potter.
Audience comedy about a long suffering market researcher, written by Neil Edmond.
Ned Seagoon goes overseas to pursue some stolen booty, but can Bloodnok be far behind?
Pike and Hodges call in a clairvoyant to help them locate the pier's rumoured booty.
Steve Race quizzes John Amis, Frank Muir, Ian Wallace and Denis Norden on buskers.
The comedian sets out on his quest to free us from the seven deadly sins. With Tim Key.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Kenneth Connor takes Harry Secombe's place as Ned picks up a lavish NHS prescription.
1/4 The nostalgic spiffing spoof of adventure story papers for boys. From September 1991.
3/6 The speculation continues over Guard Gallagher's trip and the Hoover cottage.
1/6 With Kit's new shop and the Neighbourhood Watch enrolling Caroline, the boys take action.
1/4 Shipwrecked Humphrey Van Weyden is rescued by demonic skipper and seal hunter Wolf Larsen.
1/10 The struggle of uneducated black girl Celie in America's Deep South.
2/4 Precious Ramotswe must find two women wronged in the past by her client, Mr Molefelo.
6/6 Crime writers Frances Fyfield and Peter N Walker try to solve a medical mystery.
1/6 Falco faces temptation from a professional bride with a habit of outliving her husbands.
1/14 Confined to a hospital bed, Inspector Alan Grant tries to solve a historical case.
75/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 Fire-proof grease, happy accidents and the doggy doorbell. Presented by Matthew Harvey.
1/5 The threesome embark on a Victorian era cycling adventure in Germany. Read by Hugh Laurie.
1/5 From Orpington to Cambridge via Marlborough. David Nobbs reads from his autobiography.
Featuring The Enchanted Wood, written by Enid Blyton and read by Sally Lindsay.
16/20 Captain Jet, Doc and Lemmy set off to rescue Mitch, who's starting to doubt his own sanity
10/12 At Sir Oliver Carminowe's house, Roger visits Isolda and comes up with a daring plan.
6/6 Socrates and friends enter the Intellectual Olympics, but Heraclitus is side-tracked.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's 'topical' banter and sketch show.
5/6 The writer struggles for cash, while his geraniums moan about Christmas decorations.
Tuesday 5 May 2009