1/6 Space heroes Jack and Chip tackle green Venusian terrorists. 1950s American sci-fi spoof.
1/3 A husband and wife stumble across a strange religious sect.
2/2 The case is solved with the aid of a single dumb-bell and Dr Watson's umbrella.
11/15 Sarah encounters the bitter taste of loss and the joy of achievement.
Polly seeks help from an enigmatic customer in a London teahouse over her friend's killing
2/10 Tony Martin, SARS, the government and the BBC. The comic duo are joined by Jackie Clune.
5/6 The public access cable radio show hosted by the District councillors. From March 1999.
2/6 The Ministry of Furniture and methodist pirates. Patrick Moore guest stars.
3/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From August 2001.
1/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn seeks the opinions of a hostile public. Stars Neil Edmond.
5/6 More characters and sketches, including a rare airing of 70s sitcom Who's in the Navy?
1/6 Newly engaged American socialite Newland Archer is drawn to his fiancee's cousin.
2/6 Eleanor's family are upset over her plans for divorce and its impact on New York society.
1/6 The shady lawyer stays in a haunted mansion. The Marx Brothers radio shows recreated.
1/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
12/20 Rivalling Edinburgh and Salzburg, three short plays in the lad's locality.
4/6 Jason tries learning to be cool, but Dave scores an own goal. Stars Dominic Monaghan.
1/2 Dark doing on Dartmoor as the Curse of the Baskervilles comes to call. With Judi Dench.
12/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton opens up her school for voters in the election.
A ragged old customer applies his uncanny deductive powers to a bookmaker's murder.
3/6 Socialite Newland follows Ellen to the country, where their rendezvous is disturbed.
4/6 Newland loves Ellen, but has married her cousin May. A secret rendezvous is arranged.
11/13 The rag and bone men get an irresistible offer. From September 1966.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
Sir David Attenborough, Gail Robinson and Emmanuel Cooper celebrate the work of Lucie Rie.
2/10 Young writer Paul Varjak gets to know girl-about-town Holly Golightly in 1940s New York.
2/10 Giles is reunited with his childhood sweetheart Grace, but will she return his love?
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
8/8 There's a chewing gum fiend on the loose and the Open Day opens a can of cultural worms.
8/8 As her holiday in Wales comes to an end, Izzy argues with her fiance Charles.
2/6 A dashing male stranger enters a world where human women can no longer have children.
2/3 Vicky and Burt stop in Gatlin to report a crime. It seems empty, until a discovery is made
3/6 After playing a gay miner, the struggling actor finds greater fame dressed as a strawberry
2/6 Jeremy Hardy brings his incisive comedy to the nation, discussing 'how to live' in 2001.
1/6 Bill Clinton's next career move revealed. Northern Ireland's comedy troupe go topical.
Wednesday 21 November 2007