1/6 Edna tries to make sense of a reality without Undone. Are the gaps closed?
2/2 Trapped with little food, the space travellers learn a shocking secret.
3/4 Becky's ambitious pursuit of riches goes from strength to strength.
2/5 A penny is the source of much discord between Emma Bury and Milly Young.
John Fordham looks back to when American artists were banned from performing in the UK.
Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out. First heard 11th January.
4/4 Simon Bligh hosts the stand-up with Andrew Maxwell, Pierre Hollins and Simon Evans.
1/4 Classic clips of the disc jockey from his commercial radio peak. Features Captain Kremmen.
Recalling his career, the late 'Dad's Army' co-creator reveals his musical past.
Elocution lessons are on offer with Brains Amalgamated's new machine.
The sausage maker from Salford turned king of the comedy catchphrase. From 1966.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Admiral Seagoon is dispatched as bandits attack the British garrison.
1/7 Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge hunts a murderer of bank managers.
4/8 Dodgy wine, missing racehorse and a body at a restaurant. Tony Beach is in the thick of it
10/15 The English fugitive is pursued by his sinister nemesis, who employs a clever strategy.
16/20 Rawdon leaves debtors' prison, but more trouble soon follows.
When time was standardised in the 19th century, not everyone was convinced by the idea.
2/6 What next for Magdalen and Norah, suddenly orphaned with no name and no inheritance?
More surreal nonsense including Opportunity Flops, Lydia Picnic-Basket and a Whodunnit...
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
1/5 Peter White describes how going for a walk can offer him an 'aural relief map'.
3/12 William tries to piece together the jigsaw of his missing brother's life in Provence.
1/5 Humorist, writer and broadcaster Alan Coren muses on his beloved part of London.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/6 JB Morton's whimsies. With Richard Ingrams and Patricia Routledge. From November 1994.
4/13 Bob and Terry take an eventful trip down memory lane. From August 1975.
1/6 An aspiring poet gets drawn into a web of dark and mysterious forces.
1/3 Can computer game addict Johnny Maxwell save an alien planet from the comfort of his bed?
3/4 Sean Foley and Hamish McColl compete in a European Radio Drama competition.
6/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From April 2002.
4/6 While on a romantic break in Derbyshire, John and Mary discover a surprise guest.
1/6 Woman's Hour but without women. Comedy magazine featuring Dave Lamb.
Tuesday 22 January 2008