2/6 After Saul and his family win a competition, strange events happen.
2/3 The ScreeWee Captain asks Johnny to lead them, but the gunnery officer has other ideas.
5/8 Mystery for Flora - is her son back from Australia? And can a diary unlock the mystery?
11/15 After days holed up in his den, the fugitive emerges. But has he shaken off his pursuer?
17/20 Rawdon falters in his resolve to fight a duel with Lord Steyne.
Passengers on a train uncover the story that linked their families 150 years ago.
1/6 Linda attempts to broker a peace deal between her builder Chris and her neighbour Betty.
3/6 When Satan argues with the professor, he's introduced to a miserable Leonardo Da Vinci.
4/12 The late Linda Smith is amongst Alistair's guests in this 1998 edition.
4/4 For the Queen's visit, Dodgy Phil books her beloved Chas and Dave. But can they make it?
3/6 Aided by the swindler Captain Wragge, Magdalen is determined to retrieve her inheritance.
3/4 Bored chickens and aggrieved starlings. Rural poetry and sketches from Pam Ayres.
1/8 When expenditure exceeds income, Mr Beeston is faced with some hard decisions.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
More fun and merriment from Eric Merriman's classic sketch series, starring Kenneth Horne.
Award-winning impersonations from April 2001. With Jon Culshaw and Jan Ravens.
6/8 Wine merchant Tony Beach has to deal with some unwanted visitors to his store.
12/15 The Major's trapped the fugitive, but can he find the motive behind his 'sporting stalk'?
18/20 A keen William Dobbin returns from India to visit a frosty Amelia.
1/3 When Megan keeps playing a mystery melody in rehearsals, she turns musical detective.
4/6 Disguised as Susan Bygrave, Magdalen begins to suffer at the prospect of marrying Noel.
Ronnie Barker stars as, amongst other things, a two headed man in this sketch show.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
3/5 Peter White sets off to navigate the London tube, shopping and crossing the road.
5/12 William comes to a realisation about his missing brother and Florence. Dirk Bogarde reads.
3/5 The humorist muses on travelling and considers acting lessons for posing in holiday snaps.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Party pieces include Frank Muir's rendition of 'If I Had A Talking Picture of You'.
The ultimate one man show written and performed by Michael Bentine. From February 1984.
3/6 Haensel warns Elise, and Saul is summoned by Selwyn. More mystery in Roman Bath.
3/3 Johnny has the flu and wants to go to bed, but the ScreeWee Captain is still in trouble.
4/6 Our guides organise an excursion to the Chaversham Medieval Fair.
3/6 The naive gap year student's South American audio diary of his bird-watching mishaps.
4/4 Have the girls from TV show Friends really come to visit?
Thursday 24 January 2008