A man makes wishes on a very unusual gift that's been cast with a sinister spell.
9/20 Analysis of an episode of Heroes on BBC2, and a chance to hear the insights of other fans.
9/10 Following a row with her boyfriend, a woman receives a chilling supernatural message.
A historian is drawn into a series of strange deaths linked to the occult.
2/4 Richard the airline purser has a loving and grateful wife. Or does he?
BBC 6 Music presenter Tom Robinson introduces his choice of favourite radio comedies.
2/10 Stuart McLean shares his thoughts on unwanted coffee mugs, spelling and childhood lies.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
2/4 Omnibus. Tragedy strikes for Jem but will occupied Mary offer any comfort? With Emma Rydal
2/3 A lost man needing directions has a chance encounter in a cold, windswept field.
2/4 How a golden Wimbledon triumph sidelined industrial strife and violence in Uganda.
2/2 The hard-up residents of Bolton have placed their bets on the big race day of 1921.
3/6 Everyone is in love except William, but is Nancy's ministry man her best choice?
A look at the life of Jimmy Clitheroe, with contributions from friends and family.
3/3 Revealing how the comedian took off as a radio star. With Tony Staveacre.
Will Noote's playing away ruin the clerics' game? With Derek Nimmo. From February 1971.
Jim proves that eavesdropping is a dodgy occupation, with the inevitable trouble to follow
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/10 On an abandoned artificial sun, the Challenger crew probes the computer in charge.
2/2 As the lone survivor of a Mars mission returns to Earth, the consequences emerge.
5/6 The funny man's radio drop-in centre tackles Live 8 and white collar boxing matches.
2/4 Satan starts a quest to improve mankind by infiltrating the world's great religions.
2/2 The comedian continues to entertain an audience at London's Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn.
3/6 Brother Carlos panics when protection racketeers visit the salon. From November 1999.
Monday 24 September 2007