1/2 Lucie Miller starts her first day in a new job. Was life in the TARDIS just a dream?
7/8 Actor Nick Briggs explains how to sound like a Cyberman.
1/5 The detective superintendent tackles gruesome killings in London's meat market.
5/6 As if life wasn't perilous enough, Raffles and Bunny join the army and head for Africa.
20/20 After the verdict at his murder trial, Jem's thoughts turn to his childhood sweetheart.
2/6 An invitation to an operatic wedding turns into a murder trail for the priestly sleuth.
7/12 Robin Ince is joined by comedians and critics to review the week's comedy offerings.
Comedian Andy Zaltzman discusses why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.
2/6 The cartoonist unearths an alien conspiracy to turn the world into a holiday camp for kids
5/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore recall some 1960s cunning villainy.
5/6 Phil's worried that Sarah and Fay are plotting behind his back. From November 1993.
5/5 The chase is on for the murderer of Tulkinghorn.
4/5 With his colleagues busy on the box, John Fuller-Carp wants to make a bigger TV splash.
5/6 The Hoover cottage wrangling continues as Stompy's railway protest back-fires.
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.
Partap Sharma's play about a spiritually enlightened Indian girl sold into prostitution.
An unsuccessful barrister is asked to defend a man accused of murder.
Matthew Palmer inherits an old house haunted by its creepy, black magic past.
The civil servants bungle in Britain's space race, with a mix-up over Mildred. From 1962.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/10 Stuart tells the story of Sam's quest for athletic greatness.
The Man in Black reveals the horror in a small box bequeathed to a scientist.
11/20 Analysis of an episode of Heroes on BBC2. Hear the insights of other fans.
1/10 When London cabbie Tony picks up a fare, the journey takes him a bit too close to home.
BBC 7 pays tribute to Paul Scofield with this 1960s production of The Scottish Play.
Drama inspired by the true life story of an 18th century forger of the Bard.
Sunday 7 October 2007