2/4 Death sends the teenager to collect three lives, but one of them belongs to a princess.
3/10 ID: Waking up in a deserted alley, a man is terrified at the loss of his identity card.
4/10 A confrontation in an out of bounds part of town forces a man to reassess his life.
12/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a case of murder. How did Barney Bateman die?
2/6 Dr Pepper's inquest opens and the daredevil takes Jerry Jerk under his wing.
2/5 Rediscovering her Cornish past, Marjorie visits the Tate in St Ives and finds a companion.
The story in song of an electrician who takes his French bride to the Scottish Highlands.
1/3 Young sweep Tom's cruel master forces him up Hartover Hall's chimneys.
Looking at why underground animals have evolved differently from those on the surface.
2/5 A physicist and a toy maker help Len Fisher try rolling and hopping.
7/8 The fate of Toad is decided in court. Read by David Suchet.
2/5 Marriage, the Essex countryside and TS Eliot: more life and times of the wordsmith.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/14 The lad fancies himself a food connoisseur, so Sid enters him for an eating competition.
6/6 Have Daniel and Lucy finally had enough of dealing with other people's problems?
10/12 Both of barrister Roger's girlfriends attempt to get him some work.
2/6 Rosie's company tackles a town twinning, but complications set in.
2/3 The Fairies have turned Tom into a Water Baby, but warn him to behave.
3/5 Coming to terms with her Cornish past, Marjorie finds local fame and receives a visitor.
A boy and his mother set off to search Australia for the freedom and love she craves.
2/6 A new slant on King Charles II. Roy Hudd's historical royal romp with June Whitfield.
13/13 The Old Bailey hack reconsiders his future, as does a hardened thief.
3/6 Will Rash's desire for Imogene lead to violence? Smuggling adventure read by Rufus Sewell.
The naturalist recalls finding an ammonite inside limestone, sparking his love of fossils.
3/5 Len Fisher discovers whether science can solve the problems of the human digestive system.
8/8 An unexpected visitor turns up to Badger's big tea party.
3/5 Conflict, Christianity and Hugh Walpole. Correspondence from the future Poet Laureate.
Featuring The Boy Who Could Fly, Captain Betty Bender and The Legend of Arthur King.
3/4 Death has fun in the real world, leaving the teenager to run his life-collecting business.
5/10 Alone in a house, a pregnant woman grows distressed by the sounds of a crying baby.
6/10 A lonely occultist signs up to a special internet chat room to attract some demons.
3/6 The National Local Radio Station prepares to welcome some royal visitors.
6/6 Steve 'not the snooker player' Davis tells all on streaking, eggs and colonizing the moon.
6/6 Budding starlette Genevieve hits seedy 1920s Hollywood.
Programmes will resume at 00:30
Thursday 7 January 2010