3/5 As Bowers' behaviour worsens, Debs discovers why he seems immune to the cold.
2/4 The narrator decides the willow trees are against their presence on the island.
3/6 As dead don Peter's sordid side is made public, Simon struggles with his day job.
3/3 A man is immobilised in his apartment. He observes life, and death, from his window.
8/20 Fred has hopes for an inheritance, and busy Dr Lydgate has problems of his own.
A couple are enjoying an idyllic summer's day in their garden - until a visitor arrives.
Jon Culshaw and Jan Ravens lead the team of celebrity doppelgangers in the take-off show.
6/6 The guides star in a beastly new DVD, and Turkish art proves popular.
5/6 Cycling solo on a tandem, the inept student is Russia-bound, fundraising for donkeys.
2/6 Camilla revamps the TV arts show when budgets must be slashed. From September 1993.
4/4 Francis Herries struggles with his stormy marriage. With Gavin Muir.
From Russian spies to a tour of BBC sound effects, it's the one man show.
Musical panel game, with John Amis and Frank Muir against Ian Wallace and Denis Norden.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
6/8 Jim Hacker tries to excavate himself from problems with badgers.
1/6 Katy is a mum at last, and Daniel has a new job, but Lucy is jealous.
4/6 Simon keeps his Health and Safety job. But is Zoe the next target?
1/2 Back from the Crusades, detective monk Brother Cadfael faces treachery.
9/20 Mr Brooke gets a lesson in reform politics, and Dorothea shares her secrets with Ladislaw.
A cynical solicitor's emotions are stirred over a case of surrogate motherhood.
Peter no longer believes in God, making his position as a vicar somewhat tricky.
8/13 Any doubts about you-know-what are put to rest by the Burkiss collective.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
4/5 Len Fisher offers choice tips on nuts, bolts and spanners while renovating an old bicycle.
4/10 As family black sheep Barnaby Gaitlin turns 30, he receives an envelope from his parents.
4/5 Other scientists, including Darwin, receive the monk's findings.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/6 Phyllis King and Ivor Cutler present offbeat humorous songs, stories and poems.
4/10 A stranded railway passenger sparks a chain of disasters.
4/5 The weather worsens and Bowers goes on the rampage. The others have to run. But where?
3/4 The companions prepare for a second night and an attack from the mysterious forces.
4/8 Broadcasting par excellence as Mike Channel and co talk to those making the headlines.
2/8 The news of 1936 - and stereotypes in space.
5/5 The latest on the 'Penelope Keith riots', and just 38 weeks to Wimbledon.
Friday 8 February 2008