1/3 Agents from beyond the grave help Britain's MI-7 gather secrets from the Nablovski Colony.
2/6 Could a long-extinct beast have carried out recent crimes?
1/2 The Senior House Officer is suspicious when a former patient commits suicide.
5/15 After a near escape in the Underground, the Englishman seeks safety in the countryside.
11/20 Miss Crawley attempts to decide who will inherit her money.
1/4 Katherine turns to old-school detective Pip Shepherd when her sweetheart disappears.
10/10 Is 'Hoon' a rude word? Find out with Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor. From September 2003.
2/4 Sean and Hamish board Boris's Disco Ship to convert offshore ravers into fresh listeners.
5/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From April 2002.
3/6 John Shuttleworth starts a new station for Sheffield, but can he count on Mary and Ken?
6/6 A cow that lays eggs? All this and musical legend Ted Ruby too.
1/4 Mary travels to windswept Bodmin Moor, unaware of the dark secrets that await her.
3/13 Bob gets the jitters over marrying Thelma. Adapted from TV from August 1975.
2/6 With Richard Ingrams, John Sessions, Joan Sims and June Whitfield. From November 1994.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
18/20 The lad gets more than he bargained for when he wins a TV quiz show. From May 1958.
6/6 Perkins has no materials to rebuild post-war Britain, which well suits the workmates.
2/2 After Sophie's alleged suicide, the Senior House Officer suspects foul play.
6/15 Seeking safety in the Dorset countryside, the Englishman sets about building a shelter.
12/20 Becky has plans to deal with an uncertain financial future.
2/4 A man lost at sea returns to claim his fortune. Pip and Peeler Thomas investigate.
2/4 Mary discovers that Uncle Joss may be guilty of much more than smuggling.
6/8 Harold is shocked to meet his older half-brother. From April 1971.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
2/5 The scientist explains to Sue Nelson how surfing influenced his becoming an oceanographer.
7/8 Trapped in a flaming jailhouse by the angry mob, the air ace has two choices.
5/5 Dirk Bogarde reads extracts from his book. The actor recalls his days at the seaside.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
7/7 Mr Sims comes up with a bright idea for the evening of Sports Day. Stars Karl Howman.
2/4 The challenges of online booking, travelling light and skiing.
2/3 As MI-7 recruits Malcolm Holmes, some uncomfortable truths are uncovered.
3/6 A young prince tackles the dragon attacks, but why is Captain Vimes suspicious?
2/6 Satan tries convincing the professor that everyone's corruptible - even his wife.
3/12 Alistair Beaton presents a humorous look at next week's news, including Fibber of the Week
3/4 Dodgy Phil builds the world's biggest pub named after the Titanic, but is it undrinkable?
Wednesday 16 January 2008