3/10 The crew members believe they've outwitted the Angels and can wait out the flood.
3/3 Ichabod Crane comes face-to-face with his worst nightmare. Martin Jarvis reads.
5/5 Mrs Nubbins and the mysterious gentleman try to find Nell and her grandfather.
An archaeologist is amazed by her nurse's likeness to an Egyptian painting.
4/4 Richard Cole learns about Genghis Khan and life in 13th century Mongolia.
3/6 A look at the thorny issues of yesterweek including the day Britain went Sudoku crazy.
6/6 A faculty fracas with an old rival helps re-ignite the author's career. From 2005.
The master of wordplay, live from London. Topics include broccoli, Christmas and Geordies.
1/6 The president of Uruguay arrives at the Quando brothers' hair salon.
11/12 From I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, right up to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
1/3 Miriam Marx Allen tells Tony Staveacre about her unusual relationship with her father.
Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of dead pan humour, from March 1995.
The cheeky schoolboy's log cabin faces demolition when a new neighbour moves in.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Mown down and flattened, frustrated Neddie Seagoon falls foul of diplomatic immunity.
5/9 The comic duo reveal the truth about house buying and celebrate famous singing families.
1/5 Hercule Poirot begins an Egyptian cruise, but his voyage proves far from smooth.
1/5 A naive young British couple are swept into the world of espionage. Read by Emma Currie.
1/20 A cotton weaver's daughter is wooed and her Aunt goes missing. 1840s Manchester drama.
1/4 The Oxbridge-educated detective probes the murder of a young woman who led a double life.
6/6 Will shy Caroline and well-connected Shirley ever find love in 19th century Yorkshire?
Jack Dee joins the regulars in this edition recorded at the Brighton Dome.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
1/4 A guide to the greatest advertising stunts and gimmicks of recent times.
1/5 The threesome embark on a Victorian era cycling adventure in Germany. Read by Hugh Laurie.
1/5 Andrew Eames retraces the journey of Agatha Christie after the break-up of her marriage.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/7 Bertie must face angry relatives and awkward misunderstandings.
3/6 The shady lawyer's assistant gets kidnapped. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated.
1/6 The Doctor and Romana have business to finish in Cambridge, 1979, with Professor Chronotis
2/6 What can the Professor's cryptic last message mean?
1/6 High comic drama among the humble members of a local council in the Home Counties.
1/4 The elderly Scotsmen invite Mrs Naughtie to perform her amazing Dance of the Seven Voles.
3/4 Tom gets a courier job to Spain, but his 'imaginary' band causes mayhem on the plane.
5/6 1997 Eurovision winner Katrina Leskanich visits, but wife Mary gets the ironing board out.
Tuesday 11 September 2007