1/3 A mysterious alien force takes its toll on the women of a rural village.
A chain of events forces an elderly woman to confront a tragedy from her past.
The gentleman sleuth probes the death of the head of a spendthrift aristocratic family.
3/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton is determined to make a success of her first community event.
1/4 After a murder on the links, McLevy contemplates a game of golf with desperate stakes.
4/8 More celebrity soundalikes, with Frank Skinner's new show and a special Radio 4 appeal.
Sketches from Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam, with some girly gossip at the health club.
2/4 Featuring comedy writers/performers Rachel Lerman and Tom Hardy. From November 2007.
1/6 Rainer Hersch reveals how 'Cosi Fan Tutte' is actually about TV chefs.
3/15 The destitute stableman begins employment with the boisterous Bramble family.
4/6 Going for a drive through a time anomaly, Robin, Leslie and Dirk end up in Texas.
1/4 A Belfast road's bohemian residents are saved from chaos by cleaning lady Sally.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Hard up Able Seaman 'Taffy' finds himself mistakenly promoted. From February 1961.
5/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight exploding whales and kinky weightlifters.
Inspector Alleyn probes a top actor's mysterious death. Jeremy Clyde stars.
4/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton develops a soft spot for a married school governor.
2/4 Stretching out a bony hand towards him, a ghost from the past returns.
4/15 When Humphry's true identity is revealed, it comes as a surprise to everyone.
Clement Freud, Kit Hesketh-Harvey, Peter Jones and Derek Nimmo join Nicholas Parsons.
There's mounting fallout following a patient's death.
The Argentinian book of short stories was published in 1941 and had a deep impact.
4/10 When Martin's wife Kate hears about his plan for the painting, she demands more proof.
4/5 A forgotten favour turns up on screen, and there are memories of filmmaker David Lean.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/6 The GP finds a touring Cinderella is more like La Traviata than a pantomime.
2/6 Diana's friend is in hospital, but paying a visit proves tricky.
2/3 The alien children born in the rural village start to make their presence felt.
Exploring the nature of good and evil, and the origin of sin, via a teenager's diary.
2/6 Only 800,000 pounds to go! Can the station reach their charity target in half an hour?
3/6 The Kiwi band face fan propositions. Improvised by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.
4/7 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero serve up a salad family who are Tossed in Space.
Friday 9 November 2007