5/6 After entering the alien temple, a colonist returns as a broken man.
2/2 As the lone survivor of a Mars mission returns to Earth, the consequences emerge.
10/13 The psychiatrist-turned-detective investigates a terror campaign against a bride-to-be.
4/6 Simon keeps his Health and Safety job. But is Zoe the next target?
9/15 Adam is distraught over Hetty standing accused and locked up behind prison bars.
3/4 Paris revolutionaries make a fatal stand. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
2/2 The case is proving difficult to crack, and Watson has matters of the heart to negotiate.
3/5 Parish council leader Mrs Roberts must deal with a supermarket boycott. From August 1989.
6/8 The embassy chief must cope when political sickness strikes in the People's Republic.
3/3 There's news of the King - but what of the love between Rudolf and Princess Flavia?
First published in 1902, the fantastical tale of a very curious animal.
Published in 1902, the fantastical tale of a hedgehog and tortoise is read by David Davis.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
8/16 Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs.
5/6 One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show.
The First Secretary reveals how a liking for the ladies has always got him into trouble.
4/4 Primus does his utmost to ensure one of his books will win a literary award.
1/2 A buccaneering tale of a family with divided loyalties during the Jacobite uprising.
10/15 Preacher Dinah visits her cousin Hetty, who languishes under sentence of death in jail.
4/4 The socialist club owner questions his success. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
From duelling kings to a Commons washroom attendant, it's the ultimate one-man show.
6/13 The psychiatrist-turned-detective probes death threats made to an elderly spinster.
5/6 Losing the struggle to keep his job, Simon receives an intriguing offer.
Newly acquitted killer Benji Cann finds refuge at the Asterisk Club, then turns up dead.
5/5 The Sherlock Holmes author writes to his mother debating his knighthood offer.
5/5 Is the Dorset stone industry's future underground? Julian Richards investigates.
5/10 Doctor Fitzpiers and Grace Melbury's paths cross on Midsummer's Eve in Little Hintock.
6/8 Tony Benn shares his private recordings. Police and picketers clash fiercely.
Featuring The Bottle Top King, and Blobheads: Beware of the Babysitter.
6/6 Heartbroken Lazarus Long's thoughts begin to turn to home on Earth. Read by Paul Birchard.
Can entropy be reversed? The sci-fi guru considers infinity, immortality and creation.
3/6 Comatose Ben is taken to a medical conference in Birmingham, but his mind travels to Paris
1/6 Satan worries about his image, and the Professor is concerned over his widow's remarriage.
4/6 The tender yet confusing story of how Posh and Becks met - set in the Wild West.
3/6 Out and about, historic expeditions and more are on the airwaves.
Roger Deakin presents a unique sound portrait of life in an ancient timber-framed house.
Roger Deakin presents a tour of his garden with its moat and animal friends.
Saturday 10 July 2010