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1/4 Three staff members battle against exhibits that come to life in a freak storm.
4/8 Fridolin has endangered his marriage, but now risks his own life pursuing his fantasy.
2/5 Bent on winning French approval to make guns, Henri threatens the princess's husband.
1/2 As the Skinner family prepare for a party, they hear the truth of their son-in-law's death
2/20 Lydgate has hopes for the new hospital, while Dorothea has hopes for Mr Casaubon.
2/3 Parson William Holland battles with the Somerset farmers and sees the harvest in.
2/6 An angry ghost is unleashed, and Linda's live-in builder Chris reveals an unwanted gift.
4/6 With hooves, goat's legs, red eyes and horns, the Devil is worried about his looks.
5/12 Arnold Brown, Derek Draper, David Quantick and Jane Bussman join Alistair Beaton.
1/8 The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth.
2/4 Freed from slavery, the prince encounters his old enemy Messala.
4/4 Poetry and sketches, including a school play and parents discussing s-e-x.
2/8 A delicate mission for Mr Sims, and Mrs Rudd gets a shock from the school's new sponsor.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Kenneth Horne tells all about a film premiere, and Hornerama investigates shipping.
The show that promises an impression every minute, from April 2001.
3/5 Danielle faces a terrifying ordeal, while Princess Casilla must face another shock.
2/2 he disturbing truth behind the death of the Skinner's son-in-law begins to emerge.
3/20 Dorothea is due to be wed, while Fred Vincy pins his hopes on frail Uncle Featherstone.
3/3 Poor parishioners revolt and curious medical problems in the diary of a Somerset parson.
3/4 The prince and his former friend Messala try to exact brutal revenge on each other.
Ronnie Barker with a collection of sketches, prose, poems and music. From August 1972.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
3/5 The joys of Middle Age. Having an affair? 'It's not about sex, it's about death'.
10/12 Battling to find his missing brother James, William Caldicott gets a fresh lead.
3/5 Conflict, Christianity and Hugh Walpole. Correspondence from the future Poet Laureate.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Steve Race hosts the panel game with Frank Muir, Dennis Norden, John Amis and Ian Wallace.
From an old colonial to a herd of operatic cows, it's the ultimate one-man show.
2/4 The dead are on the move and the living are on the menu.
5/8 Having infiltrated a secret masked ball, Fridolin is discovered and must face his hosts.
5/6 Marvel at the monarchy, thanks to the new Royal theme park.
4/6 Frozen fiascos are afoot as the dim student traveller sails with Greenpeace.
1/6 A heavy metal band takes action over a back stage expose.
Thursday 31 January 2008