1/4 The kingdom of Albion is in peril. Epic Tolkien parody stars Patrick Magee, Paul Eddington
18/20 Analysis of the latest episode of Heroes on BBC2.
8/10 There's a spiteful wee voice in Danni's ear crushing her spirit. Is it imaginary or real?
Murder, mayhem, Mrs Grayle and a Moose on the Loose. Ed Bishop stars as Philip Marlowe.
Not keen to secure plots on planet Venus, the government enlist the clumsy civil servants.
Featuring It Sticks Out Half a Mile, The Worst Show on the Wireless and many more.
More comedy and music from the Fitzgerald Theater, Minnesota.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
3/3 Headmistress Sarah encounters the bitter taste of loss and the joy of achievement.
A small dog called Hector comes to dominate his mistress's life while her fiance is abroad
1/4 Francine Stock investigates the appeal of film stars and their effect on our lives.
A rebellious 1950s mental hospital patient confronts the system. Adapted from stage show.
6/8 Charles and George's new business course sets tongues wagging.
The 'Hancock's Half Hour' stalwart chats about his career and his contemporaries.
A peaceful Saturday afternoon at St Oggs is rudely interrupted. From December 1972.
When Grandad comes into some money, a crafty plan is hatched for the cheeky schoolboy.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/5 Genuinely faceless bureaucrats threaten to run London, as Edna's mum arrives.
1/3 AS Byatt's gothic tale. Ines is mourning her mother when she sees her navel turn to flint.
Join Sandi Toksvig and the panellists as they wade through a week's news stories.
1/6 Clare Barker has entered a caring profession so that she can defer from her own problems.
Stand Up from US comedian Jimmy Shubert. This show was recorded in Atlanta, Georgia.
Showcasing the poetry slam scene, with Joel Stickley, Katija Ibrahim and Elvis McGonagall.
Monday 26 November 2007