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2/5 Scientist Clive 55 reconstructs a dead space pirate, who before long is running the ship.
12/12 After being sedated for five days, Dick discovers his doctor's verdict on the drug.
2/5 Hercule Poirot senses the atmosphere of evil afloat, as Jackie's vendetta continues.
3/10 Carole Seddon and accomplice Jude step up their efforts to search for the missing body.
4/10 Carole Seddon realises that she still has much to learn about being a detective.
The romanticism of Italy has cast a spell on widowed Lilia, and she gets engaged.
2/3 Lecky's pursuit of a butcher's daughter threatens his scholarship chances.
6/6 Romance at the fair beckons for Chris and Sir Cliff the tortoise is due for a bionic refit
2/6 Satan conducts interviews for a new assistant. In the running are Scumspawn and a dolphin.
9/12 Alistair Beaton's guests include Sir Bernard Ingham and Hattie Hayridge.
5/8 From St Francis to Buddhism, the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.
3/4 Passepartout sets off for Japan alone. How will Phileas Fogg and Aouda catch up with him?
4/4 Fogg takes drastic action over the Atlantic, but will he get to the Reform Club in time?
4/6 Rosie's event for a high finance company means Kate spots her ticket back into a top job.
6/8 Chaos reigns when Mr Sims' class win a trip to the 'Blue Peter' TV studio.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
'Hornorama' discusses the countryside and 'Inspector Migraine' investigates a murder.
Including 'Joe Grundy Wants A Wife'. With Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens and Kevin Connelly.
3/5 Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot's holiday cruise is turning into a nightmare afloat.
5/10 With help from the town's snoopers, Carole and Jude make some deeper discoveries.
6/10 Carole Seddon uncovers more sinister goings on in the neighbourhood. Read by Joanna Tope.
English conventions battle Italian romanticism, as Lilia tries to adapt to life as a wife.
3/3 Set-backs and surprises unite the family, making Lecky the hero of the hour.
1/6 Escaping from the workhouse, the orphan discovers that greater dangers are lurking outside
2/6 The Artful Dodger introduces Oliver to Fagin, who offers an unusual apprenticeship.
3/10 The veteran recounts a TV adaptation where he experienced robbery of a different kind.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
3/4 Simon Hoggart examines the language of argument used in the church and the courts of law.
3/15 Principal Fielding invites East and West to tea, sparking an ill-considered offer.
3/5 Recalling his Leeds' school years and the stars he met when working at the Empire Theatre.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Frank Muir and Denis Norden talk about musical anvils and Fats Waller. From Dec 1993.
Visit Sydney Street in Michael Bentine's one man show and enjoy a cup of tea and a biscuit
3/5 The crew have some space tourists on board - but it turns into a holiday from hell.
1/18 On his way to Dr Ransom's, Lewis is beset by a sense of panic.
3/4 Craig and Martin throw a Come As You Aren't party.
2/6 The bumbling student backpacker replaces his sister on an exchange visit.
5/6 The TV arts show team try to boost ratings with their own awards show. From October 1993.
Thursday 28 February 2008