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.
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.
3/12 Robin Ince is joined by Stephanie Merritt and Steve Punt.
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.
5/6 Caroline's discovery that Mrs Pryor is her mother gives her strength in her illness.
6/6 Jack has flu, so daughter Nicola takes over just as the pub inspectors are due.
1/6 Phonsie's sale of the Hoover ancestral home is the cause of much speculation.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Another chance to hear the omnibus episodes of the drama set in a busy medical practice.
Among the accountant's picks: The Al Read Show, and Lines From My Grandfather's Forehead.
The spinster sleuth's friend spies a murder on a passing train, but where is the corpse?
Shopkeepers Gert and Daisy get a large dog that doesn't understand English.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Our lyrical American host and his pack of poets present a special poetry compilation.
3/3 The Inspector and Professor race to stop Rasputin being brought back to life.
7/20 Analysis of an episode of Heroes on BBC2, and a chance to hear the insights of other fans.
7/10 Discovering how to keep death at bay, a Victorian scientist starts resurrecting.
Sunday 9 September 2007