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Horror film legend Vincent Price gets a chilling invitation to a special costume party.
A chilling tale about a man who starts dreaming of a monstrous creature from the future.
3/4 Osborne makes a declaration to spirited American Isabel Archer on her final day in Rome.
Peace and goodwill? Not with the scruffy schoolboy about! Read by Martin Jarvis.
4/4 Francine Stock examines the relationship between cinema and voyeurism.
Catch up with Punt & Dennis and co with an episode first heard on Radio 4 on December 7.
4/6 The social worker is wracked with relief when her most detested client dies.
The Irish comedian entertains an audience in Glasgow at the end of his 1995 tour.
2/4 Temp Cynthia dreams of stardom, but her friends' jobs are under threat.
The Dudley-born comedian talks about his career and family.
Frankie Howerd welcomes Anita Harris, Aidan J, Harvey, George Roper and Bill McGuffie.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Neddie Seagoon wants fame and fortune, but does he want it enough to help Maid Marion?
6/10 Overcrowded trains and the savagery of the press. The duo are joined by Sarah Kendall.
4/6 Probing an advertising copywriter's killing, Lord Peter Wimsey needs a new disguise.
1/10 The swashbuckler reveals his daring plan for the Scarecrow's escape. Read by Rufus Sewell.
16/20 Patsy is not short of dance partners at a party, but who does Lord Warburton really love?
8/12 Baruch the Zealot has plans for Jesus. Stars Gabriel Woolf.
1/3 Richard Herncastle leaves his dead-end job to join his uncle's music hall act.
It's 1966 and London is Swinging. Including The Man with the Incredible Ears.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
1/5 Headhunters Jill Carrick and Andrew Garner bring workers and businesses together.
1/5 An Oxford post-graduate 'rewinds', 'fast forwards' and 'plays' through his life.
6/8 The call of the wild starts luring Elsa to her own kind.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
5/6 The shady lawyer takes on an amusement arcade. The Marx Brothers radio show recreated.
1/5 Scientist mouse Eek escapes from the future and enlists the help of three children.
6/9 Crushed by the dog's death, Earth's last living man's vampire quest continues.
3/4 The team tackle an unusual case of sexual harassment.
6/6 A documentary maker films endangered hairstyles in the cosmic comedy of connections.
1/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From March 2002.
5/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn carries out a delicate immigration survey.
3/6 The mild John Adams is subjected to more physical discomfort.
Tuesday 18 December 2007