8/10 An android built by the computers on spaceship Challenger suffers severe logic failure.
3/4 When Vezin declares his love for Ilse, he fears for his actions.
1/3 Jamaican Hortense Roberts emigrates to London. Exploring empire, prejudice, war and love.
2/3 A young boy's eccentric relative has a fondness for moorhen eggs, cress and 'neck oil'.
From Mumbai, Ardashir Vakil's personal view on the Zoarastrian religion.
Join Sandi Toksvig and the panellists as they wade through a week's news stories.
1/6 After a windfall, the writer writes about royalty in a remote cottage. From December 2005.
2/2 Lively stand up from 1Xtra's Comic Relief night replayed on BBC7. Strong language.
A celebration of Scottish poet and humorist Ivor Cutler - presented by Arnold Brown.
3/6 Geoffrey Wheeler crosses the water to see one of the finest venues on the variety circuit.
Clerical confusion reigns when Noote's friend asks him to marry her. From July 1972.
The cheeky youngster misses out on a zoo trip, when he's suspected of having measles.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The amazing rise and fall of BBC Home Service announcer Wallace Greenslade.
3/6 There's a 'Major' revelation, plus some new rhyming slang. The comic duo review the week.
1/6 Mystery afloat as a Cornish family's curse starts to unravel. Starring Andrew Sachs.
5/6 With fresh clues on Barbara's history, Rollison is Paris-bound when police stop his car.
6/15 Arriving from Jamaica, Hortense discovers post-war England is cold and dreary.
Samuel and Maxine are awake during 1987's English hurricane.
The 'dub poet' recorded live in London and in conversation with Carol Ann Duffy.
6/10 Lizzie Hexam goes missing, having received a retraction of claims against her father.
Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Andy Hamilton all together in Birmingham
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
A pioneer of the abstract style, Vassily Kandinsky was a hugely influential artist.
Programmes will resume at 13:45
Tony Benn shares his private recordings. Was Britain just a big American bomb factory?
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/6 Richard Ingrams, John Wells, John Sessions and Patricia Routledge with surreal nonsense.
2/6 The shady lawyer turns farmer for a wealthy uncle. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated
3/6 After drifting powerless, the crew receives a mysterious message and spots a spacecraft.
3/5 'Coolhunter' Cayce Pollard is mugged in Tokyo, but who is behind her assailants?
6/6 The Derby and Joan club's performance of Emmanuel is top of the councillors' agenda.
70-year-old Celia is guided down the darker threads of the world wide web by her grandson.
4/6 It's snow jokes from Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
4/8 It's Susan's 40th birthday and goldfish Liam and Anton ponder the concept of time.
4/4 Hercule Poirot's murder mystery - and a freak piano student. From January 1997.
Tuesday 16 October 2007