3/4 More ghostly revelations for solicitor Arthur Kipps in ghostly Eel Marsh House.
2/3 Sir Simon plots a spectacular haunting to get rid of the troublesome Otis family.
3/6 A Cambridge college student is found hanged, but was it suicide or murder?
A jealous lover is haunted by a fellow pilot's death and a vision of murder.
4/10 It's a busy time for Meena with Diwali and the fair coming to town.
1/4 In robbery and murder, the detective learns even respected police officers can be suspects
2/3 France, 1916. After Isabelle, Stephen faces the bloodiest of wars. With Toby Stephens.
3/10 Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families.
4/5 The broadcaster looks back to the very first day of the war. Read by Patrick Stewart.
4/10 Evacuee Willie Beech starts school, while local villagers see changes in his guardian Tom.
4/10 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.
1/13 Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims go beyond Round the Horne.
3/6 With Robin's universes collided, the King's ex-lover drops in. With Julian Clary.
8/8 With their business struggling, Charles and George turn to nanny.
1/4 Sexy at 60, and going topless. Poetry and sketches with Pam Ayres and guests.
3/3 Stephen Wraysford returns to his old haunts in France, ravaged by the First World War.
5/10 Meena's mother finally gives birth, and she decides to form a gang with Anita.
2/4 A tip-off leads the inspector to a gym, where his colleague encounters a former tutor.
2/6 Scandals quiz with Anthony Holden, Lynne Truss, Lucy Moore and Michele Brown.
4/6 Simon is not convinced of a student's murder confession, but he soon gets sidetracked.
A creepy doll with a mind of its own causes alarm along London's catwalks.
4/10 Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families.
5/5 The broadcaster describes recent air-raids in his native city of Bradford.
5/10 It's young evacuee Willie's birthday and he's in for a big surprise.
5/10 George MacDonald Fraser continues reading his recollections of the war in Burma in 1945.
Featuring The Quigleys at Large by Simon Mason and Truckers by Terry Pratchett.
4/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps tries to finally unravel the mystery of the haunted house.
3/3 Filled with pity for the ghost of the house, Virginia agrees to help Sir Simon find peace.
5/6 Tom Robinson joins the quick-fire comic for stand-up, sketches and music.
4/6 The cult BBC Radio 1 series hits Queen's University Belfast.
5/6 Sue Perkins grills Simon Pegg, Peter Baynham, David Schneider and Tom Binns.
Saturday 14 November 2009