3/6 Edna interrogates The Prince and takes on the public information porn industry.
2/2 Fear turns to admiration, as anthropologist Jon learns about his alien captors.
1/4 Dorothea Brooke yearns to right society's wrongs in 1830s England. Then Dr Lydgate arrives
4/5 Two women with the same name convalesce in a maternity ward. Read by Emma Fielding.
1/4 Aubrey Manning discovers what an ancient skeleton can tell us about Homo Sapiens.
Join Sandi Toksvig and the panellists. First broadcast January 25th.
2/6 The veteran comic and sharp comedian in the tag talk show. From January 2005.
Host Jason Byrne introduces stand-ups Shappi Khorsandi, Rhod Gilbert and Arnab Chanda.
The comedy king chats about his hit records, Shakespeare, good manners - and teeth.
Sketches Include a hungry Cissie and Ada down at the health farm.
Arriving home late, Al's efforts to relax are thwarted by his wife.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Neddie Seagoon turns to witchcraft to thwart Grytpype-Thynne and Moriarty.
3/7 BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager.
1/6 Why does a Cambridge master need a plodding Health and Safety executive?
1/3 The riveting story of a man immobilised in his apartment, observing the minutiae of life.
6/20 Fred Vincy struggles with his debts, and Dorothea finds her marriage under strain.
3/3 Can rowdy Robert avoid the ladies and quit booze? The diary of a Somerset parson.
2/4 Francis Herries encounters Mirabell again and the Jacobite rebels march on Carlisle.
Cleese and Co go to the dark side, exploring the unexplainable. Writers include Eric Idle.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
1/5 Len Fisher and fellow experts reveal the importance of leverage when conveying a load.
1/10 Black sheep of his Baltimore family, Barnaby Gaitlin takes a train to Philadelphia.
1/5 Robin Marantz Henig's biography about the Moravian monk who pioneered genetic research.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, John Wells, Patricia Routledge.
6/13 Bob bungles a surprise birthday party for Terry. From September 1975.
1/5 One man survives a wild Antarctic storm against all odds. What's his chilling secret?
8/8 Arthur Schnitzler's exploration of jealousy and desire reaches its disturbing conclusion.
1/6 The spoof TV sci-fi star explains life's big mysteries. With Tom Baker.
2/6 Poet Roger McGough's reflections on the inhabitants of the world. From May 2000.
6/6 Mary thinks she's seen a mouse, so John Shuttleworth starts a musical investigation.
3/6 The manly world of Steve 'not the snooker player' Davis, Victor Wood and The Big Fat Chef.
Tuesday 5 February 2008