2/5 Jackie Lamont has now re-appeared, and seems to have gained special telepathic powers.
3/10 Offred sees how non-conformists are treated and begins her duty as surrogate child-bearer.
4/10 Offred sees her friend give birth, evoking memories of her feminist mother.
1/6 When her cousin is killed, the private eye wants answers.
7/10 Hunting a teenager, the New Orleans detective thinks of his own son - and Don's troubled.
7/20 At the Touchett's house, Isabel Archer meets fellow American expatriate Madam Merle.
The private eye learns the bitter truth behind a case of money lending and espionage.
6/6 Jason's dad Eddie attempts a record-breaking electric organ session for charity.
5/6 Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest.
4/6 This week, Jeremy's lecture demonstrates how to see things through the eyes of others.
3/6 More bizarre characters and topical sketches from Northern Ireland's comedy troupe.
3/6 Amy heads to Europe, while Jo makes a friend in New York.
4/6 Jo and Laurie must face their futures, while Beth tells Jo the truth at last.
2/6 Can a relationship with her ex-pupil Razors be the best thing for teacher Izzy?
2/7 Crossed swords in the staff room and an unexpected bombshell for Mr Beeston.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Kenneth Horne's revered troupe poke fun at tax bills and atomic power.
8/8 More celebrity soundalikes as Steptoe gets a Carol Smillie makeover, plus a 'Dale' warning
2/6 The Chicago private eye discovers her cousin knew too much.
8/10 The detective's cop friend Don faces the appalling news of his son's suicide.
8/20 Mrs Touchett's sad news does not prevent her from travelling to Europe with Isabel.
When a factory goes up in flames, the private eye must decide if fraud is involved.
5/6 The March family must face their greatest sorrow together. With Buffy Davis.
6/6 Jo writes the story of her family's life, and finds true love at last.
Ronnie Barker stars in this classic radio sketch show. First heard in July 1972.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
The life of Rudolph Valentino (1895-1926).
3/10 Loss adjuster Lorimer Black gets embroiled in a suspicious claim for insurance.
3/5 Musing on maps, socks and castles, the author takes a sentimental journey around Britain.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/4 Marlborough Road's Clare is giving a lecture, with cleaner Sally smoothing the way.
2/6 Desperate to work, devious Robert digs his way out of a holiday with Sue.
3/5 The Cranford Family's surviving descendants possess incredible supernatural powers.
5/10 Offred responds to a bizarre request from her commander. Read by Buffy Davis.
6/10 More surprises from the Commander, as Offred reveals how the current situation came about.
3/6 A bunch of marauding school kids cause havoc in the Undersea Adventure display.
2/6 Samuel turns his shop into a bar, and an old flame called Ingrid turns up.
5/6 Rainer Hersch brings you Bruch's Violin Concerto (frequently) and 'Shine 2'. From Nov 1998
Thursday 6 December 2007