3/3 By James Hogg. Lady Wheelhope becomes dangerously obsessed with a mysterious servant.
5/7 The Time Lord discovers the creature's purpose for being in the pit on planet Chloris.
6/8 The private investigator gets closer to revealing the identity of the mysterious Jonathan.
3/5 A suspicious banker, and a woman meets a man via a supernatural website.
3/10 The Commander realises that Sir Paul's family and staff don't grieve at his demise.
3/5 On Temptation Island, assassin Billy Hindle plans to kill Jack's wife Tara.
3/3 Frank proposes to Mary, but her 'Uncle' is torn by his divided loyalties. With Leo McKern.
1/3 By Rona Munro. A recalcitrant kilt maker is faced with the task of fitting out George IV.
4/6 The shady lawyer runs a broke department store. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated.
4/5 Anne has a very bad hair day and resolves never to be romantic again.
4/5 The boffin gives photocopying a whole new meaning with his latest invention.
4/5 Mr Wilkins makes a mistake - while the schoolboy sparks alarm in a dormitory scare.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
The blundering duo make headlines mixing up dogs with boats.
6/6 A civil servant's dull existence is transformed when he overhears two dogs talking.
2/4 Zelda launches an anti-moonlighting campaign. MOD comedy with Martin Jarvis and Fiona Shaw
5/6 Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest.
1/3 Lady Lufton fears that her new vicar protege's ambitions will lead to trouble.
4/10 The more the Commander questions, the more complex the picture becomes.
4/5 Assassin Billy Hindle is drugged by Jack and finds himself hallucinating.
11/13 Back to the Roaring 1920s, and a one-sided debate. Songs and sketches with John Cleese.
7/8 Another murder brings the sleuth a step closer to solving the mystery.
4/5 A woman's unique powers are reawakened, and a man with a secret faces a dilemma.
4/6 Pop music quiz with Andrew Collins, Martin Freeman, Tracey Macleod and Stewart Lee.
2/3 The 1981 headline-makers bowled off the newspaper front pages by Ian Botham.
119/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 'The straight clean line of a cup run' and 'the messy overgrown paths of a life'.
4/10 Bitter Nadine struggles with her unexpected new life as a single mum.
4/5 The writer recalls an ill-fated holiday to Italy in the spring of 1992.
Children's stories with Chris Pizzey, featuring A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind by Anne Fine.
1/2 What power does the family's ancestral home hold over Roderick and Madeline Usher?
6/7 The Time Lord unravels the complex truth, but an even greater danger lies ahead.
6/6 Miles Jupp and the topical team look through the news stories from the last seven days.
1/7 Deadpan master Jimmy Carr chats about his career, life on tour and writing comedy routines
1/4 Craig Children and Martin Bain-Jones host the show for young folk.
5/5 Anne goes away to college, but her heart is still in Avonlea.
5/5 The boffin takes a battering and leaves a lasting impression on the village.
5/5 The schoolboy's desperate to get picked to play in the football match against Bracebridge.
Friday 18 March 2011