7/8 The journos are in meltdown over choosing a birthday present for Mother.
Doctor Who obsessive Nigel meets a curious girl at a convention.
Discovering a colleague dead, councillor Helena Kerr soon suspects who the killer is.
Sir Gregory is cracking down on permissiveness.
Alan Bennett introduces a Talking Heads Special.
Comedy and music from the University of South Dakota's 'Dakota Dome'.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Diver Sennen is set to explore a Tudor ship wreck off Cornwall, but there's a bumpy start.
3/4 Second World War experiences of women in Britain. A wife and a mistress await news.
Richard Stilgoe attends a boat show and composes some witty jigs.
A vicar's wife struggles with various devils, including the demon drink.
Alan Bennett introduces Dame Thora Hird's last role for radio.
1/8 The actress talks about and performs the tales of the curious little boy and the lion.
6/6 Mr Sturdy arrives at the club with a tale of West Country paganism.
6/6 The actress talks to Professor Alison Oddey about her influences and big screen roles.
Russell Davies traces the actor's early broadcasting career before he was famous.
3/6 Professor Quarterpound gathers Britain's top scientists to witness his new time machine.
A rare Australian outing for Archie Andrews and mentor Peter Brough. Recorded in Sydney.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/3 A cliff-top drama for Whitby landlady Brenda, when her monstrous old fiance appears.
1/2 Hidden beneath false memories, a disturbing truth is revealed. Read by William Hootkins.
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests.
2/5 21st-century life from people growing older disgracefully.
3/4 Cuddly Ken's on the wireless again! The DJ's best bits from his commercial radio peak.
Monday 17 March 2008