4/5 The museum guard is chased by a multiplying hoard of android waitresses.
3/4 Will the narrator and his dog survive a watery entrapment?
5/5 Scouring the railway station, can DS Julie Enfield nail the Lucky Charm killer?
4/4 The eloquent Elizabethan spy goes to Cambridge, where professors are dropping like flies.
24/25 Kit gets a surprise visit in prison, and there's news for Little Nell. With Alex Jennings.
A traveller passing through a remote village receives a desperate request from a mother.
1/5 The government retainer is under threat when Prentiss McCabe is given a difficult task.
5/6 The town of Microcosm is set for revenge, greed - and attempted murder.
2/4 The florists discuss Winnie's inheritance and Ample's birthday. From December 2003.
5/5 New age DIY, and Sinatra sings punk. Nick Golson and Tim de Jongh welcome Britt Ekland.
4/6 Robert's mill is attacked by Luddites, and Shirley is pleased to try and prove herself.
5/6 The author is alarmed to find a four-legged friend in his car.
4/5 Troubles abound in the village boatyard and surgery - with a sleazy press.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
10/20 Disguised as firemen for an exercise, the platoon must tackle a real blaze. From 1975.
3/12 Robin Ince is joined by Stephanie Merritt and Steve Punt.
Dermot McPhail buys a new mansion in Cork, unaware that it's home to an ancient curse.
The mystery of a strange being, a professor and a secret that could transform science.
25/25 Kit and the single gentleman reach their destination. With Alex Jennings.
A vicar appoints a widower as church safety officer, but he proves to be accident prone.
5/6 Caroline's discovery that Mrs Pryor is her mother gives her strength in her illness.
3/9 Brian Johnston is joined by Tim Rice, Paul Merton, Willie Rushton and Rachel Heyhoe-Flint.
An archaeologist is amazed by her nurse's likeness to an Egyptian painting.
Nigel Williams explores the practicalities of different people's daily journeys to work.
5/5 The American concludes his European travelogue - surviving Italy and enjoying Turkish pop.
10/10 Willie gets news of his mother, as his future life is finally resolved.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/6 Phonsie's sale of the Hoover ancestral home is the cause of much speculation.
6/6 Jack has flu, so daughter Nicola takes over just as the pub inspectors are due.
5/5 The museum guard ends up literally talking to herself, and finds her other self very rude.
4/4 Back from his voyage, the narrator sees a sinister green hand at his window.
1/7 Deadpan master Jimmy Carr chats about his career, life on tour and writing comedy routines
2/4 The faded '70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book.
1/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore unravel a case of wartime spying skullduggery.
1/6 Phil works and Sarah's a mum at home, but then she's offered a job.
Saturday 8 September 2007