2/5 An electricity company official interrogates the museum guard, but is he an alien?
5/18 Ransom swims to the other shore and discovers that the Green Lady is Perelandra herself.
2/5 Detective Xavier March probes the death of a retired one-legged civil servant.
2/3 Acting on the palmist's chilling prediction, the dapper Lord is in for a new shock.
Preparing to rescue Lilia's baby, Philip, Caroline and Harriet find Italy intoxicating.
Ted is not asking much for his birthday, just a winning bet. But will the horse oblige?
1/6 A-ha! Legendary squirm-inducing chat show with Norwich's finest son, Alan Partridge.
3/6 Satan takes Thomas on a tour of his life and recruits a famous, brutal tormentor.
10/12 Alistair Beaton hosts the show that looks at the following week's news.
6/8 Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.
2/6 Samuel Pepys has a new house and is enjoying his newfound wealth.
5/6 When her company takes on a murder mystery evening, it isn't Rosie who makes a killing.
7/8 Teaching staff are worried over a controversial new proposal from the school governors.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Including a review of the latest releases on the big screen.
Jon Culshaw and Jan Ravens star. Beware of pantomimes and sitcom makeovers.
3/5 Xavier March probes the deaths of senior party officials in Hitler's post-war Germany.
3/3 Still thwarted in fulfilling his dark destiny, the dapper Lord changes tactics.
Caroline sets out to rescue Lilia's son from his father, but discovers something unknown.
A climber reminisces as he escorts a group of honeymooners up Alaska's highest mountain.
3/6 Elizabeth is pregnant, and Pepys has been asked to reason with the Earl of Sandwich.
5/10 The veteran of many parts recalls one of the worst screen performances never seen.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
3/4 Steve Punt examines characters and competitions in the guide to great advertising stunts.
8/15 Fielding must take sides as Anglo-India rallies behind Adela Quested.
3/5 June Whitfield recounts her encounters with Kenneth Williams and Peter Sellers.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Frank Muir, Denis Norden, John Amis and Ian Wallace on music and musicians.
Michael Bentine goes into space and stars as a diplomatic function and a monastic order.
3/5 The museum guard ends up in the Texan desert with a dead comic and a 13th-century friar.
6/18 The Green Lady tells Ransom of Maleldil's decree.
4/4 Martin Bain-Jones is left in the studio, while Craig has a dubious new job.
3/6 The inept backpacker learns the metaphorical meaning of riding an inflatable banana.
6/6 The TV arts show goes to the opera, but can Camilla find love before the fat lady sings?
Thursday 6 March 2008