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Monday 29 September
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Big Toe Books
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.


08:00-08:30

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The Goon Show
The Curse of Frankenstein: Knockabout antics with bagpipes in the South Pole from Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers. From 1958.


08:30-09:00

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Radio Shuttleworth
1997 Eurovision winner Katrina Leskanich visits Sheffield singer John, but his wife's home. With Robert Wyatt. From March 2000. Episode 5 of 6.


09:00-09:30

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So Much Blood
Up in the Castle: With one murder suspect cleared, a bomb is ticking in actor Charles Paris' bag. Francis Matthews stars as the amateur sleuth. Episode 6 of 6.


09:30-10:00

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The Masquerader
On a foggy London night MP John Loder meets a surprising new acquaintance, one who may be able to change his life. Episode 1 of 5.


10:00-10:15

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Nicholas Nickleby
Madeleine's wedding is off after her father's death. Uncle Ralph is furious. Dramatisation of Dickens' novel with Alex Jennings. Episode 26 of 30.


10:15-11:00

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The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Black Peter: A retired whaling skipper is murdered, pinned to the wall by his own harpoon. Starring Clive Merrison and Michael Williams. Episode 6 of 7.


11:00-12:00

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Sword of Honour
Botched missions to France and the press perception of the army for Guy to face. Evelyn Waugh's novel starring Hugh Dickson. Episode 6 of 11.

Afternoon Morning | Evening

12:00-12:30

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The Goon Show
The Curse of Frankenstein: Knockabout antics with bagpipes in the South Pole from Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers. From 1958.


12:30-13:00

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I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again
It's the dandy's revenge in the adventures of Beau Legs - and times are hard for John Cleese and Jo Kendal. From June 1968. Episode 8 of 13.


13:00-13:15

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Jericho
William receives a house key from his brother James, but where is he? Dirk Bogarde reads his adapted novel, set in Provence. Episode 1 of 12.


13:15-13:30

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Someone Like Me: Miles Kington
The journalist and musician sprinkles humour on his early memories including an incident with a pram when he was 10 months old. Episode 1 of 5.


13:30-13:45

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This Sceptred Isle
Window Taxes and Highway Robbery: The series about British history continues as we look at 1770. Window taxes and a new police force are introduced. Episode 136 of 216.


13:45-14:00

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The Science of DIY
The Wheelbarrow: The art of construction deconstructed. Len Fisher and fellow experts reveal the importance of leverage when conveying a load. Episode 1 of 5.


14:00-17:00

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CBeebies Radio on BBC7
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.


17:00-17:30

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Flying the Flag
Ambassador Mackenzie experiences The People's Republic's movie-making prowess. Stars Dinsdale Landen. Episode 4 of 8.


17:30-18:00

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Bristow
Repaying Mr Piper: The clerk decides he's surrounded by incompetents and bumbles toward proving his theory. Stars Michael Williams. From 2000. Episode 4 of 4.

Evening Morning | Afternoon

18:00-18:30

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Space Force
Living with Death: When the God-King Ra dies, the crew have to act swiftly. Charles Chilton's sci-fi drama starring Nicky Henson. Episode 5 of 6.


18:30-18:45

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Brave New World
Anton Lesser reads Aldous Huxley's nightmare vision of the future. Meet the man who battery-farms humans. Episode 1 of 10.


18:45-19:00

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Brave New World
Bernard is a misfit, so why is Lenina attracted to him? Aldous Huxley's nightmare vision of the future read by Anton Lesser. Episode 2 of 10.


19:00-19:30

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The Goon Show
The Curse of Frankenstein: Knockabout antics with bagpipes in the South Pole from Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers. From 1958.


19:30-20:00

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I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again
It's the dandy's revenge in the adventures of Beau Legs - and times are hard for John Cleese and Jo Kendal. From June 1968. Episode 8 of 13.


20:00-20:30

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So Much Blood
Up in the Castle: With one murder suspect cleared, a bomb is ticking in actor Charles Paris' bag. Francis Matthews stars as the amateur sleuth. Episode 6 of 6.


20:30-21:00

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The Masquerader
On a foggy London night MP John Loder meets a surprising new acquaintance, one who may be able to change his life. Episode 1 of 5.


21:00-21:15

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Nicholas Nickleby
Madeleine's wedding is off after her father's death. Uncle Ralph is furious. Dramatisation of Dickens' novel with Alex Jennings. Episode 26 of 30.


21:15-22:00

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The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Black Peter: A retired whaling skipper is murdered, pinned to the wall by his own harpoon. Starring Clive Merrison and Michael Williams. Episode 6 of 7.


22:00-22:30

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Radio Shuttleworth
1997 Eurovision winner Katrina Leskanich visits Sheffield singer John, but his wife's home. With Robert Wyatt. From March 2000. Episode 5 of 6.


22:30-23:00

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Ed Reardon's Week
Our Man in Berkhamsted: The embittered writer rants about a literary festival and he's got a dental dilemma. Starring Chris Douglas and Stephanie Cole. Episode 4 of 6.


23:00-23:30

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The Jason Explanation
Of Politics: David Jason's attempts to comprehend the vagaries of modern life continue with a comic perusal of politics. From September 1977. Episode 4 of 6.


23:30-00:00

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Girls Will Be Girls
The Bobo girls take to the stage with more comedy and music. Starring Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam. From December 1989.


00:00-00:30

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Space Force
Living with Death: When the God-King Ra dies, the crew have to act swiftly. Charles Chilton's sci-fi drama starring Nicky Henson. Episode 5 of 6.


00:30-00:45

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Brave New World
Anton Lesser reads Aldous Huxley's nightmare vision of the future. Meet the man who battery-farms humans. Episode 1 of 10.


00:45-01:00

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Brave New World
Bernard is a misfit, so why is Lenina attracted to him? Aldous Huxley's nightmare vision of the future read by Anton Lesser. Episode 2 of 10.


01:00-01:30

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So Much Blood
Up in the Castle: With one murder suspect cleared, a bomb is ticking in actor Charles Paris' bag. Francis Matthews stars as the amateur sleuth. Episode 6 of 6.


01:30-02:00

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The Masquerader
On a foggy London night MP John Loder meets a surprising new acquaintance, one who may be able to change his life. Episode 1 of 5.


02:00-02:15

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Nicholas Nickleby
Madeleine's wedding is off after her father's death. Uncle Ralph is furious. Dramatisation of Dickens' novel with Alex Jennings. Episode 26 of 30.


02:15-03:00

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The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Black Peter: A retired whaling skipper is murdered, pinned to the wall by his own harpoon. Starring Clive Merrison and Michael Williams. Episode 6 of 7.


03:00-03:30

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Radio Shuttleworth
1997 Eurovision winner Katrina Leskanich visits Sheffield singer John, but his wife's home. With Robert Wyatt. From March 2000. Episode 5 of 6.


03:30-04:00

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Ed Reardon's Week
Our Man in Berkhamsted: The embittered writer rants about a literary festival and he's got a dental dilemma. Starring Chris Douglas and Stephanie Cole. Episode 4 of 6.


04:00-04:30

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The Jason Explanation
Of Politics: David Jason's attempts to comprehend the vagaries of modern life continue with a comic perusal of politics. From September 1977. Episode 4 of 6.


04:30-05:00

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Girls Will Be Girls
The Bobo girls take to the stage with more comedy and music. Starring Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam. From December 1989.


05:00-06:00

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Sword of Honour
Botched missions to France and the press perception of the army for Guy to face. Evelyn Waugh's novel starring Hugh Dickson. Episode 6 of 11.


06:00-06:30

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Bristow
Repaying Mr Piper: The clerk decides he's surrounded by incompetents and bumbles toward proving his theory. Stars Michael Williams. From 2000. Episode 4 of 4.


06:30-07:00

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Flying the Flag
Ambassador Mackenzie experiences The People's Republic's movie-making prowess. Stars Dinsdale Landen. Episode 4 of 8.

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