5/6 Edna and Tankerton return to her home town and attend a fete worse than death.
2/2 After a major eye operation, shocked Marda West can see things that others can't.
3/4 Dorothea is shocked to encounter Ladislaw, but delighted to help out Lydgate.
A teacher faces the task of putting on Wagner's Ringcycle at a struggling school.
3/4 Did the Saxons make top-notch steel centuries before it was 'invented'? From November 2001
Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out over the latest news events.
4/6 One feisty comedian grills another in the tag talk show.
3/4 Classic clips of the celebrated disc jockey from his peak. Featuring Captain Kremmen.
2/6 Alison Oddey talks to the comedian about writing novels, Lucille Ball and motherhood.
2/4 Russell Davies traces the actress' start in broadcasting using clips and interview.
Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of deadpan humour.
Hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Neddie reveals his Arthurian roots and goes in search of treasure in deepest Cornwall.
5/7 A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but George is on the case.
1/5 Spinster sleuth Jane Marple's stay in London proves more eventful than planned.
6/10 A series of armed robberies remind Inspector Resnick of an earlier spate of crimes.
16/20 Ladislaw learns the truth about Casaubon's will, and about his family's past.
1/2 A young refugee's brave escape from a labour camp sparks a courageous lone journey.
6/10 A seducer preys on Natasha and Napoleon's troops gather in Poland. With Emily Mortimer.
Featuring 'Tim Brown's Schooldays' and the 'I love to be alone in the country' sketch.
It's a busy time at the Health Centre.
1/5 Fire-proof grease, happy accidents and the doggy doorbell. Presented by Matthew Harvey.
1/5 An eventful cubhood in the Devon countryside, as seen through the young otter's eyes.
1/5 John Mortimer reads from his book and offers lessons in growing old disgracefully.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Seemingly unrelated pieces of humour strung wonderfully together. From 1978.
8/13 Terry is not keen to meet Bob's snobbish friends.
1/5 An alien princess proves to be problematic for the crew.
6/12 Dick, Vita and family set sail across the bay to Chapel Point. Read by Julian Wadham.
3/6 The sci-fi star and inventor explains life's big mysteries. Stars Lee and Herring.
4/6 Poetic reflections from Roger McGough, with tales of relatives and retsina. From May 2000.
2/4 Colin impersonates a film producer with dangerous consequences.
5/6 Steve 'not the snooker player' Davis has tool news and talks to an American with six wives
Tuesday 19 February 2008