3/5 Barton and the team have found the Germans' secret weapon. But what exactly is it?
Flesh-eating monsters from the deep terrorise the Devon coast. Read by Robert Bathurst.
3/6 With rival factions desperate for his latest invention, Professor Calculus goes missing.
3/5 Hercule Poirot re-enters the mystery deaths investigation, to the relief of all involved.
3/5 Confusion and recriminations fly as Irene and Vera correspond across the miles.
2/5 When a leading actor is murdered, the sleuth heads backstage in the world of theatre.
The Archers, Tarrant, Bush and Blair are just some of those who make an appearance.
3/6 It's Socrates' birthday - so it's up to The Affable Ones to take him to the underworld.
6/6 The eccentric student traveller tries to woo back his old girlfriend in Wellington.
4/6 Boothby Graffoe's thoughts, sketches and soup time machine.
3/3 Frank proposes to Mary, but her 'Uncle' is torn by his divided loyalties. With Leo McKern.
The murderous martial art of Digitsu and an unexploded German Double Bass feature.
John Amis whistles Borodin, Frank Muir grapples with Cotoneaster and Denis Norden sings.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
6/8 Jim Hacker shuns Sir Humphrey's advice over dodgy weapon dealing.
2/4 John discovers that Jesus wore glasses, but what happened to them?
4/6 Not only is Professor Calculus still missing, but his weapon has been stolen too.
4/5 As the murder suspects are investigated, Belgian sleuth Poirot issues an invitation.
4/5 Irene muses on life, death and daughters. Vera is at the vet's having her hip sorted out.
3/5 A metal object found in a dead man's stomach gives the sleuth a vital murder clue.
1/3 Lady Lufton fears that her new vicar protege's ambitions will lead to trouble.
2/15 Scheherazade's tales prove disappointing.
4/5 On their German tour, the cyclists go climbing - and meet a dog with misplaced affections.
4/5 Hit by a rich friend's car, the comedian recuperates in a Glaswegian private hospital.
4/216 The frustration of 17 years of Roman occupation boils over as Boudicca's revolt takes off.
The Irish novelist, playwright and poet gets the spoof arts magazine programme treatment.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/13 When Simon Sparrow is caught in a compromising position - twice - only Easter can save him
5/6 Helen and Ben fight the forces of materialism. Can they win when promotion beckons?
4/5 Things can't get much worse for Barton and his team - or can they?
HG Wells agrees to sample a new drug designed to speed up both body and mind.
3/6 When a new coroner arrives, Ruth wants him to send her the most interesting autopsy cases.
1/6 Irangate surprise, and ethical robbers. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's sharp-edged humour
1/6 New topical with Simon Brodkin, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Olly Maltman and Nick Mohammed.
Friday 28 March 2008