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?
2/2 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.
6/6 Perkins has no materials to rebuild post-war Britain, which well suits the workmates.
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?
2/4 Mary discovers that Uncle Joss may be guilty of much more than smuggling.
2/4 The challenges of online booking, travelling light and skiing.
7/7 Mr Sims comes up with a bright idea for the evening of Sports Day. Stars Karl Howman.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Kenneth Horne tries to get to the BBC in an old car, and what is the great British summer?
Yoda calls Directory Enquiries and Obi-Wan Kenobi calls the Dorchester Hotel.
1/8 Racehorse trainer Jack Haythorne's party ends in tragedy. But is it just an accident?
7/15 The Englishman meets a wild cat who joins him in his hideaway in the Dorset countryside.
13/20 Becky and Rawdon make a tactical visit to relatives, and Becky finds a new companion.
3/4 Pip and Thomas get more than they bargained for when they attempt to infiltrate a gang.
3/4 Abandoned Mary returns to the Cornish coaching house, where an angry mob confront her.
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.
3/5 The scientist explains how comedy made her create a programme for computer-generated puns.
8/8 Tied to a tree, will the air ace and his chums meet an untimely end?
1/3 From public protests to action committees - Anthony Jay's guide to beating bureaucracy.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Steve Race is in the chair for the panel game with John Amis, Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
The ultimate one man show written and performed by Michael Bentine. From January 1984.
3/3 Malcolm and Polly set alarms ringing, and the Laughing Dog secrets are finally revealed.
4/6 Captain Vimes tries tracking the dragon, and the Librarian travels in time.
3/6 The Mock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inducts fresh members, and there's a new curator.
2/6 The naive gap year student lands in Beijing for his Duke of Edinburgh Award challenge.
3/4 Becoming a 'breatharian' has disastrous consequences.
Thursday 17 January 2008