1/7 Solicitor Jonathan Harker and his fiance Mina's Transylvanian vampire ordeal begins.
Computer genius Avon becomes embittered by the establishment.
1/6 Lord Peter Wimsey goes undercover to probe an advertising copywriter's murder.
1/3 At a film studio, amateur sleuth Gervase Fen stumbles on a suicide and a murder.
5/9 In the wilderness, Satan tries to corrupt Christ as they discuss power and glory.
1/6 The sleuth is called upon when a beautiful young governess is accused of murder.
The story of the magical nanny - poised, punctilious and practically perfect in every way.
5/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
2/4 After tackling the developers directly, should Julian keep his cards closer to his chest?
1/8 The actress talks about and performs the tales of the curious little boy and the lion.
2/8 The tale of a perilous voyage on the Runcorn Ferry courtesy of Marriott Edgar.
1/8 A surprise visitor makes Mole forget about his unwelcome house guest.
2/8 The search for Mole begins in earnest. Read by David Suchet.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
The Glums debate culinary insularity, and Jim and Bentley ponder pathos.
4/5 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward.
7/8 Sarah is irritated by her mother Eleanor's opinions on TV and every other subject.
1/4 With Christmas bonus talk, the buying clerk's generosity knows no bounds, for once.
A professor arrives in a Devonshire village claiming to be able to dream the future.
6/9 Satan shows Christ the great armies of the world to lure him into temptation.
2/6 The detective investigates the bizarre behaviour of a distinguished scientist.
6/8 Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen, Arthur Smith, Tom Baker and Jo Caulfield answer the questions.
2/6 Lord Peter Wimsey's undercover probe sees someone get a pasting meant for him.
2/3 The amateur sleuth probes a dead cameraman's relationship to a drowned actress.
Chic Murray's daughter chats to Sally Magnusson about her life with the Scottish comedian.
4/6 A couple at the Malaysian Country Club have a murder in their past.
2/5 Recalling driving and his hospital job, the American author takes a journey around Britain
22/30 Featuring readings of the words of children about the effect on the 20th-century wars.
7/8 Will Salieri's plan to scupper The Magic Flute work? Who is Mozart writing a Requiem for?
2/8 A boat journey brings some pleasing bonhomie, and Palma impresses. Read by Leonard Pearcey
Featuring The Killer Underpants, Ghostly Tales, and The Chinese Cinderella.
2/7 Worried Mina awaits news from Transylvania, while Lucy sleepwalks after a shipwreck.
Ariane hopes to survive the wilderness and discover the secret history of her people.
2/4 Paul Hamilton visits some young offenders to demonstrate poetry's rehabilitative powers.
2/5 Tackling operas and some thoughts on ears, Armando Iannucci presents his own funny essays.
4/6 The hack finds rich pickings and a hint of romance in the world of archaeology.
3/8 From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent offers their definitive history of Earth.
3/6 The twice-mugged comedian looks at the problem from all angles, with a reconstruction.
3/8 The actor (Grandad from 'Bread') brings us 'Asparagus' and 'Albert and the Headsman'.
4/8 Roy Castle proves that dedication is what you need, with Marriott Edgar's 'Goalkeeper Joe'
3/8 Can Toad's fascination with flying help in the search for Mole?
4/8 Mole is feared gone, and Toad gets into some self-inflicted bother.
Wednesday 2 June 2010