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When a couple inherit a mansion, the wife is strangely captivated. Stars Nicola Pagett.
14/20 Analysis of an episode of Heroes on BBC2, and a chance to hear the insights of other fans.
4/10 He wanted his dad to see him in the school play. He didn't expect an encounter with aliens
Romance and political skulduggery combine in David Edgar's witty murder mystery.
Paul Williamson arrives home, only to find himself already there. What is going on?
The bumbling civil servants' most efficient staff member is lured away.
Jeremy Hardy selects six of his favourite comedies, including Round The Horne.
7/10 Stuart Maclean with tales of rabbits who live in the glove compartment.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
3/3 Indian independence spells the end of the British Empire. Stars Stephen Tompkinson.
A prank Valentine card cannot possibly cause a marriage to break down - can it?
Tony Lidington opens his 'seaside scrapbook'.
Coleridge reflects on his personal and professional setbacks. Stars Tom Wilkinson.
2/8 Two city gents finally admit they have been sacked and take action.
Ned Sherrin tells the story of Coyle and Sharpe, who did street interviews in '60s America
5/6 Geoffrey Wheeler reports on a Wales success story, associated with Catherine Zeta Jones.
Clerical confusion abounds over the Archdeacon's tell-all book.
The cheeky schoolboy's off to a wrestling match, but Mr Higginbottom is on his tail.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
10/10 The crew of spaceship Challenger's search is over, but Earth is not how they left it.
1/2 What power does the family's ancestral home hold over Roderick and Madeline Usher?
Join Sandi Toksvig and the panellists Fresh from Four as they wade through news stories.
3/6 The embittered writer takes action when he sees his bank statement. From April 2007.
Stand-up from Glastonbury with Ed Byrne, with Sean Hughes, Phil Nichol and Simon Munnery.
6/6 The brothers' festive flurry is curtailed as they hit the streets.
Monday 29 October 2007