1/3 The Federation thinks it has seen the last of outlaw Roj Blake when he's framed and exiled
4/5 As the Belgian sleuth continues quizzing the suspects, a second tragedy strikes the dig.
1/2 The Senior House Officer is suspicious when a former patient commits suicide.
3/9 Satan confers with his council on how best to bring about the downfall of Christ.
5/6 The sleuth's powers of deduction and reason are challenged by the creatures of the night.
1/2 As Hitler rises to power, three-year-old Oskar decides he doesn't want to grow up.
6/6 Will pregnant Izzy be able to finally settle down with the man of her dreams?
6/6 The British ambassador and his team plan their campaign for a diplomatic dinner.
The mischievous schoolboy sets out to wreak havoc, but is hindered by Violet Elizabeth.
The schoolboy loses his ten shillings in a sea fight - how far will he go to get it back?
5/5 Blacksmith John and his family's hard life changes when a dragon emerges from the cellar.
5/5 Windy weather causes havoc in 100 Acre Wood, but the bear and friends all gather to help.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
2/16 Kenneth Horne in a roaring 1920s film spoof, and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a nadger.
6/6 Matthew Kelly joins Sheffield singer John for a special edition of Stars in Their Eyes.
British Embassy staff suspect that Russians next door are bugging them.
3/6 Larks from the much-loved comedy duo. Private Morecambe is a hero.
2/2 Oskar discovers sex, jazz and the black market. Will his mad drumming make him a star?
4/9 Satan tries to tempt Christ in the wilderness with promises of wealth and power.
6/6 The case of two men who must find their namesake in order to claim an inheritance.
From playing Doxon of Dick Green, to a troop of Beefeaters. The ultimate one-man show.
5/5 The Belgian sleuth battles to reveal the identity of the desert murderer.
2/2 After Sophie's alleged suicide, the Senior House Officer suspects foul play.
32/33 The American funny man presents comedy and music from Las Cruces, New Mexico.
5/5 The broadcaster describes recent air-raids in his native city of Bradford.
20/30 How the 1870 Forster Education Act marked the start of compulsory education for all.
5/8 Salieri is seething when Mozart writes an Italian opera, so he plots to stop it.
5/5 The actor reflects on the Bristol Old Vic and touring 'King Lear' in Ireland.
Featuring The Strongest Girl in the World, The World According to Humphrey, and Room 13.
2/3 The space outlaws try to gain control of the Liberator. But whose side is Avon on?
3/6 Using laughing gas for riots? Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the best loopy idea.
1/6 With Hell getting overcrowded, Satan decides it's time to hire a bit of help.
3/6 Professor Joy Klamp explores the miserable world of partying.
3/6 Drugged electricity and artificial icebergs. Johnny Ball guest stars in the cosmic comedy.
33/33 The American funny man kicks off summer at Virginia's Wolf Trap National Park.
Saturday 29 May 2010