3/7 Jonathan lies ill in hospital and sleep-walking Lucy's well-being causes Mina concern.
3/5 Diana's compensation payout catches the attention of Fleet Street.
3/5 With a serial killer on Sergeant Fowler's hands, police radios pick up mysterious signals.
3/4 The 1920s detective tackles a jewellery heist of emeralds and hounds a notorious villain.
3/5 Coming to terms with her Cornish past, Marjorie finds local fame and receives a visitor.
6/6 The sleuth links the murder of a homeless man in a Dublin squat with the history of art.
3/8 More celebrity sound-alikes, featuring Jack Nicholson in Last of the Summer Wine.
The Bobo girls take to the stage with more comedy and music.
1/4 Showcase for fresh comedy writer-performers. Made for BBC Radio 7 in October 2007.
6/6 The cult BBC Radio 1 series hits the BBC Paris Studio in London.
3/5 Jasper is convinced his nephew Edwin has been murdered by Neville Landless.
3/6 With Robin's universes collided, the King's ex-lover drops in. With Julian Clary.
6/6 Some in the MOD feel that the Trafalgar Day 200th anniversary is taking too much attention
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
A retired 'Major' cadges a lift on HMS Troutbridge, but the crew soon pay the price.
4/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight a forgetful motorcyclist and a haunted pub.
4/5 With boats wrecked and phone lines down, Sergeant Fowler makes an important discovery.
4/4 When a government minister dies, Edgar Wallace's detective sets out to uncover the truth.
4/5 Marjorie discovers a link to her Cornish past, but feels matters are not yet resolved.
1/4 The Edinburgh sleuth hits the Victorian streets on the trail of an ingenious cat-burglar.
4/5 Hunting proof that his nephew Edwin was murdered, Jasper finds it in the most tragic way.
Maria McErlane, Stephen Frost, Peter Jones and Paul Merton join Nicholas Parsons.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
Anton Chekhov and his play The Cherry Orchard are discussed by experts.
9/10 Hope Clearwater is promised an escape from the civil war, but events conspire against her.
4/5 Gielgud contemplates taking a part in an exciting new play at London's Royal Court Theatre
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/6 The celebrated GP meets his match with Scotland's stingiest widow. AJ Cronin dramatisation
1/6 The author gets obsessed with his wife's sense of smell.
4/7 Renfield's behaviour in his cell worsens, while Van Helsing fights to save poorly Lucy.
4/5 Biochemist Diana Brackley's attempts to conceal the source of the antigerone are overcome.
1/6 From the pirate ships to the life of Norman Tonsil, the station wallows in nostalgia.
2/6 The Kiwi parody band aim for UK fame. Improvised by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.
3/7 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero present a spider pathologist and The Archers abroad.
Friday 2 November 2007