Dan faces the blue Atlanteens. The Treens are preparing to attack the gentle Therons.
1/3 When a government minister melts in Margate, it's a job for Lionheart and Dunning.
6/7 Smooth sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey's murder trail leads him to a shocking seaside discovery.
9/10 False identities are concealed and discovered en route to a climactic duel.
4/5 A forester tells his grandchildren about some remarkable fruit. With Trevor Cooper.
Charles Dickens' last Christmas story is a vivid account of a man tormented by his past.
1/6 The famed improvisation game with Lenny Henry, Dawn French, John Sessions and Stephen Fry.
4/6 A change to the daytime line-up and the 'What My Favourite Record Is' phone-in.
4/4 Pamela has had enough of men, including Merv, so she joins a women's group.
4/6 The pun masters present a sheep version of Star Trek and an American Blackadder.
3/8 There's a dramatic turn of events when a letter arrives from an attorney.
3/6 The writer and his wife grapple with their domestic appliances. From May 1981.
4/6 The GP's modernisation upsets Cameron, but then Mrs Todd's condition worsens.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Military medal rivalry sparks a shooting contest with another platoon.
7/7 Suave sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey enlists some help to solve the puzzling murder probe.
10/10 Smuggling is on the agenda as Syn and Mipps defy the Revenue Officer, at a terrible price.
5/5 Old Peter tells an Arthur Ransome Russian folktale about how misery is an unwelcome guest.
The story of how the Lynmouth lifeboat went to sea, via the heights of Exmoor.
4/8 Romantic encounters cause more confusion for Samuel Pickwick. Stars Simon Cadell.
From their aerial view, a beautiful statue and a swallow team up to help the city's poor.
5/5 Leslie Forbes meets the artists who hung a 'living tapestry' among 15th-century textiles.
5/5 Young Philip's Christmas Eve encounter proves that the season is truly miraculous.
Snow White's jealous mother plots to destroy her daughter. Read by Keeley Hawes.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/6 A top restaurant critic causes island speculation when he books a table at Alberto's cafe.
1/10 Audrey educates the new squire into the ways of the Lord of the Manor.
1/2 What happens to a galaxy when it dies?
2/3 Lionheart and Dunning's battle with an old adversary leads them to a strange village.
Festive bickering over Thatcher's Britain and seasonal sexism swipes. From December 1984.
4/5 Back where it started out, Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit.
3/6 Using laughing gas for riots? Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the best loopy idea.
5/6 From 'Merry Wives' to a 'Merchant' - but are the crazy, mixed-up Bard's comedies funny?
Saturday 29 December 2007