1/4 Retired solicitor Arthur Kipps recalls his visit to the house of the reclusive Mrs Drablow
Exploring the nature of good and evil, and the origin of sin, via a teenager's diary.
1/6 Budget cuts spark conflict at the Cambridge college, and Gilbert is plotting.
Theo is ready to leave her husband when a financial scandal intervenes.
2/10 During the long summer break from school, Meena is desperate to be accepted by her peers.
2/2 The young refugee is in despair - until he meets Signora Bang, who changes everything.
7/7 With Darnay re-arrested and back in prison, Carton makes plans for his release.
1/10 Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families.
2/5 Recalling a wartime outing to Margate. Read by Patrick Stewart.
2/10 A disturbing letter from the young evacuee's mother causes concern.
2/10 Author George MacDonald Fraser reads his recollections of the war in Burma in 1945.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
19/20 The lad is full of the joys of Spring until the postman arrives.
4/6 After Steve and Linda's dinner party, Dan is not keen on a re-match.
2/12 Lawyer Roger has an appointment with his boss, but worries in case the news is bad.
6/6 William's peace is shattered by the arrival of spooky William Bloke.
1/3 France, 1910: Stephen Wraysford falls in love with the wife of a wealthy baron.
3/10 Meena faces racial abuse and is shocked to learn a piece of major family news.
During the First World War, an internal battle is fought for decent burials and graves.
9/9 With Tim Rice, Willie Rushton, Leslie Thomas and Christopher Martin-Jenkins. From 1992.
2/6 The Master and the Dean's feud intensifies as a student is found cheating.
Alex meets Terry and is coaxed to start a business out in the country.
2/10 Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families.
3/5 The broadcaster compares his current and previous wartime experiences.
3/10 Young evacuee Willie Beech is taken shopping and there's news at the village church.
3/10 Author George MacDonald Fraser reads his recollections of the war in Burma in 1945.
Featuring The Quigleys at Large by Simon Mason and Truckers by Terry Pratchett.
2/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps is rattled while spending the night in an eerie house.
1/3 The Otis family move into an old English country house, despite warnings it is haunted.
2/6 Camilla revamps the TV arts show when budgets must be slashed. From September 1993.
5/6 The eccentric student traveller sets off on a university sports tour to New Delhi.
6/6 Murder, intrigue and a fast-talking parrot aboard a luxury cruiser.
Thursday 12 November 2009