6/6 The crew battle to escape from the aliens, who are trying to target Chipper.
1/2 Two cyberpunks go for the big score by hacking a vicious criminal.
4/6 The past and present collide to provide another mystery to solve for the clerical sleuth.
2/6 Someone is keen to buy Selby Farm and the Honourable Richard Rollison wants to know why.
9/15 Jamaican Gilbert Joseph joins Queenie in a trip to the cinema but the seats are segregated
3/6 The priestly detective digs around in the murderous world of gardening.
2/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight noisy Welsh cows and an amorous albatross.
5/6 The National Local Radio Station's worldwide update with Mike Flex and Mike Channel.
4/4 Merv gains strong support from an unlikely source when the cafe faces closure. From 2001.
1/7 Fish Gordon has only 48 hours to save the aquarium. Surreal comedy.
9/10 Lizzie Hexam's new life is disrupted when she is tracked down by a figure from her past.
5/6 The author and his wife Diana struggle to get on a getaway.
5/5 Leader Mrs Roberts experiences the poor state of local trains first hand.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
16/20 Corporal Jones panics when he misplaces £500 for the servicemen's canteen.
9/12 Robin Ince is joined by comedians and critics to review the week's comedy offerings.
5/6 The clerical sleuth hopes that the farce is with him in solving a theatre-land mystery.
3/6 After the discovery of a body, Richard is determined to uncover the secrets at Selby farm.
10/15 The war ends in Europe, but Queenie's husband is still fighting in the Far East.
4/6 The sleuth invites Tina to her first classical music concert, but a murder steals the show
10/10 On his deathbed, Wrayburn proposes to Lizzie.
3/6 Crime writers Lindsey Davis and Val McDermid try to solve the dirty death of a doctor.
3/3 Uncle Silas tells of the womanising shoemaker and the baked potato. Read by David Neal.
A seminal Japanese film of the fifties comes under scrutiny.
Programmes will resume at 13:45
Tony Benn's recordings reveal the pros and cons of the UK's links with Brussels.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/6 Phonsie is keen to send Guard Gallagher to sing in a New York competition.
1/5 John Fuller-Carp uses his masculine charms on a lady judge. Ruth decides to adopt a baby.
1/6 On patrol in Egypt, the crew witness a massive light coming to Earth.
2/2 Bobby Quine and Automatic Jack set up the cyberspace burn on the House of Blue Lights.
Adam Hills shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.
4/6 The cartoonist aims to prove that science will make the natural world entirely redundant.
1/4 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore probe a death by cutlery back in 1824.
1/6 Phil's told off for not wearing his empathy womb at the antenatal class. From July 1995.
Saturday 20 October 2007