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
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.
4/6 Jason tries learning to be cool, but Dave scores an own goal.
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.
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.
8/8 As her holiday in Wales comes to an end, Izzy argues with her fiance Charles.
8/8 There's a chewing gum fiend on the loose and the Open Day opens a can of cultural worms.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
15/16 Kenneth Horne meets Bona Prince Charlie, plus bona advertising with Julian and Sandy.
6/8 More soundalikes, as Tony Blair suffers a leak and Ross Kemp gets a shock new role.
2/2 Watson is on the trail of the 'hellhound'. But who is mystery figure he spots on the moor?
13/15 Landowner Robert Carne confronts headmistress Sarah.
A River Thames corpse sparks a complex mystery for the astute old teahouse customer.
5/6 Ellen Olenska returns, and socialite Newland rushes to tell her his big decision.
6/6 Newland finds his assignation with Ellen replaced with something more formal and final.
Classic comic lines from Ronnie Barker, accompanied by Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
How much of Mark Rothko's troubled life should be read into his work?
3/10 Fred upsets girl-about-town Holly, while a man from her past arrives in New York.
3/10 Grace Melbury's father starts doubting woodsman Giles's suitability for his daughter.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/4 Clare is in a flap over a dinner guest and his dog, so cleaner Sally stays on to help.
6/6 Cantankerous bachelor Robin makes a vital discovery about his parallel universes.
3/6 A man loses his identity and ends up in double trouble.
3/3 Burt comes face to face with He Who Walks Behind The Rows.
1/6 Wander around the many galleries and discover the real identity of Jack the Ripper.
4/4 BBC Radio 7's showcase for up-and-coming comedy writer/performers. From November 2007.
3/6 Rainer Hersch assembles the largest collection of stylophones in one building.
Thursday 22 November 2007