5/6 The dragon strikes. Captain Vimes gets his man, but can he hang onto him?
3/5 By Lilian Pizzichini. Under a full moon, three friends meet in a strange exotic bar.
3/5 Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll is gone. Will a paper trail unravel the mystery?
10/10 The Baker Street sleuth's enemy Professor Moriarty pursues him across Europe.
4/10 With his son missing and a bogus Lew Griffin at large, the detective takes action.
8/10 When Richardson finally returns home, a startling discovery awaits him.
2/4 The detective superintendent faces a cunning scam and a missing masterpiece.
8/12 Glencora opts for a potentially disastrous course of action to help the prime minister.
2/4 Simon Hoggart talks to Tony Benn and Anne Widdecombe about great parliamentary performers.
3/5 The joys of Middle Age. Having an affair? 'It's not about sex, it's about death'.
3/10 Martin is determined to get the painting, without arousing Tony and Laura's suspicions.
3/5 Claire Rayner reads her life story, recounting unhappy times spent in 1950s Toronto.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
Neddie Seagoon's brave act lands him in prison, and a jewel thief is on the loose.
7/7 Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, and George gets closer to nailing the serial killer.
2/6 Faced with no jobs, Sheila has an idea - but bad news follows. From October 1997.
5/6 Michael aims to dump his fiancee, Nigel suffers, and Zorro wields some murderous crutches.
9/12 Plantagenet Palliser wrestles with the difficulties of government.
9/10 Visiting Lydia in the sanatorium, Richardson catches up on events with Blackie.
3/4 The detective heads to a glitzy London hotel, where a woman is found dead.
2/9 Universal Challenge and unclad fashion news.
1/6 Charles Paris is rehearsing in Edinburgh when an actor dies - is it murder?
5/10 The New Orleans detective is on the trail of a missing teenager. Read by Ray Shell.
3/4 Simon Hoggart examines the language of argument used in the church and the courts of law.
4/5 The joys of Middle Age. What happens when the caring shifts from children to parents?
4/10 When Martin's wife Kate hears about his plan for the painting, she demands more proof.
4/5 Agony aunt Claire Rayner recounts her return to nursing and meeting the love of her life.
Books include The Folk of the Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton and Echo Freer's Magenta Orange.
6/6 All Captain Vimes needs to save the city is a million-to-one chance.
4/5 By Dominic Power. Widow Lottie's odd encounter with a fox has a life-changing effect.
4/5 Utterson's persistence in investigating the truth about his friend Dr Jekyll is rewarded.
1/6 Award-winning spoof phone-in show, with talk radio host Gary Bellamy.
3/6 Sketch show hosted by Miles Jupp seeking to comically scrutinise the news of the day.
Doric pensioner Faither tries to avoid the dreaded Selma and Eddie. From August 2008.
Friday 22 January 2010