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Sunday 28 September
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07:00-08:00

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


08:00-09:15

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Nicholas Nickleby Omnibus
The dramatisation of Dickens' novel continues. With Alex Jennings and Oliver Milburn. Episodes 21-25 of 30.


09:15-09:30

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Evelyn Waugh Short Stories
Cruise: Sailing round the Mediterranean, a young lady writes about the upper-class antics on board ship. Read by Abigail Docherty.


09:30-10:00

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East Going West
Growing Hope: Mark Tully is in Bangladesh - home to prodigious birth-rates, a thousand rivers and also an extraordinary development project. Episode 3 of 4.


10:00-11:30

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Love in the Mist
An unhappily married man takes another woman for a weekend away. Alan Ayckbourn's play stars Robin Herford and Lavinia Bertram.


11:30-12:00

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Up the Garden Path
The View From The Bridge: Izzy is introduced to Bill, a friend of Charles, and they hit it off straightaway. Sue Limb's comedy starring Imelda Staunton. Episode 4 of 8.

Afternoon Morning | Evening

12:00-12:30

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Palace of Laughter
Eastbourne Royal Hippodrome: Once acclaimed as one the UK's most luxurious venues, Geoffrey Wheeler explores its colourful history. With Bruce Forsyth. Episode 2 of 6.


12:30-13:00

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How Tickled Am I?
Will Hay: Mark Radcliffe profiles the great comedian, who combined his acting talent with an equally passionate love of astronomy. Episode 6 of 6.


13:00-13:30

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The Clitheroe Kid
English as She is Spoke: The cheeky schoolboy enters a poetry competition to try and win some days off school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1965.


13:30-14:00

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Hello Cheeky
Mayhem, jokes and puns plus a pub on the moon with no atmosphere. With Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin. From 1973.


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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Palace of Laughter
Eastbourne Royal Hippodrome: Once acclaimed as one the UK's most luxurious venues, Geoffrey Wheeler explores its colourful history. With Bruce Forsyth. Episode 2 of 6.


17:30-18:00

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How Tickled Am I?
Will Hay: Mark Radcliffe profiles the great comedian, who combined his acting talent with an equally passionate love of astronomy. Episode 6 of 6.

Evening Morning | Afternoon

18:00-18:30

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The Scarifyers
The Devil of Denge Marsh: When a government minister melts in Margate, it's a job for Lionheart and Dunning. Starring Nicholas Courtney and Terry Molloy. Episode 1 of 3.


18:30-19:00

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Martin Jarvis reads from Irving's spooky classic. In New York State a tale of two love rivals and a headless horseman unfolds. Episode 1 of 3.


19:00-19:30

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The Clitheroe Kid
English as She is Spoke: The cheeky schoolboy enters a poetry competition to try and win some days off school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1965.


19:30-20:00

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Hello Cheeky
Mayhem, jokes and puns plus a pub on the moon with no atmosphere. With Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin. From 1973.


20:00-21:30

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Love in the Mist
An unhappily married man takes another woman for a weekend away. Alan Ayckbourn's play stars Robin Herford and Lavinia Bertram.


21:30-22:00

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Up the Garden Path
The View From The Bridge: Izzy is introduced to Bill, a friend of Charles, and they hit it off straightaway. Sue Limb's comedy starring Imelda Staunton. Episode 4 of 8.


22:00-22:30

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Armando Iannucci
Anarchic humour originally heard on Radio 1 in 1993. Armando Iannucci is joined by David Schneider, Rebecca Front and Peter Baynham. Episode 1 of 2.


22:30-23:00

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Armando Iannucci
More anarchic humour originally heard on Radio 1 in 1993. Armando Iannucci is joined by David Schneider, Rebecca Front and Peter Baynham. Episode 2 of 2.


23:00-23:30

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The Penny Dreadfuls Present...
...The Brothers Faversham. The story of Augustus, Victorian Britain's most celebrated magician and the fourth born of the Faversham Brothers.


23:30-00:00

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Comic to Comic
Chris Green: Speaking to Bruce Morton, the writer-performer discusses his most famous character Tina C, the spoof American Country singer. Episode 2 of 6.


00:00-00:30

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The Scarifyers
The Devil of Denge Marsh: When a government minister melts in Margate, it's a job for Lionheart and Dunning. Starring Nicholas Courtney and Terry Molloy. Episode 1 of 3.


00:30-01:00

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Martin Jarvis reads from Irving's spooky classic. In New York State a tale of two love rivals and a headless horseman unfolds. Episode 1 of 3.


01:00-02:15

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Nicholas Nickleby Omnibus
The dramatisation of Dickens' novel continues. With Alex Jennings and Oliver Milburn. Episodes 21-25 of 30.


02:15-02:30

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Evelyn Waugh Short Stories
Cruise: Sailing round the Mediterranean, a young lady writes about the upper-class antics on board ship. Read by Abigail Docherty.


02:30-03:00

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East Going West
Growing Hope: Mark Tully is in Bangladesh - home to prodigious birth-rates, a thousand rivers and also an extraordinary development project. Episode 3 of 4.


03:00-03:30

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Armando Iannucci
Anarchic humour originally heard on Radio 1 in 1993. Armando Iannucci is joined by David Schneider, Rebecca Front and Peter Baynham. Episode 1 of 2.


03:30-04:00

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Armando Iannucci
More anarchic humour originally heard on Radio 1 in 1993. Armando Iannucci is joined by David Schneider, Rebecca Front and Peter Baynham. Episode 2 of 2.


04:00-04:30

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The Penny Dreadfuls Present...
...The Brothers Faversham. The story of Augustus, Victorian Britain's most celebrated magician and the fourth born of the Faversham Brothers.


04:30-05:00

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Comic to Comic
Chris Green: Speaking to Bruce Morton, the writer-performer discusses his most famous character Tina C, the spoof American Country singer. Episode 2 of 6.


05:00-05:30

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Palace of Laughter
Eastbourne Royal Hippodrome: Once acclaimed as one the UK's most luxurious venues, Geoffrey Wheeler explores its colourful history. With Bruce Forsyth. Episode 2 of 6.


05:30-06:00

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How Tickled Am I?
Will Hay: Mark Radcliffe profiles the great comedian, who combined his acting talent with an equally passionate love of astronomy. Episode 6 of 6.


06:00-06:30

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The Clitheroe Kid
English as She is Spoke: The cheeky schoolboy enters a poetry competition to try and win some days off school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1965.


06:30-07:00

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Hello Cheeky
Mayhem, jokes and puns plus a pub on the moon with no atmosphere. With Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin. From 1973.

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