2/6 As fires erupt, why is Ralph Exon's new plant strain mutation growing so rapidly?
2/13 In an underground headquarters, Syme witnesses a meeting of the Anarchists' Council.
1/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of an immigrant accused of wounding.
2/5 Elinor and Roddy's invalid aunt has died, but a tube of morphine has gone missing.
2/5 Irene is forced into casual labour in Ibiza when she inherits Vera's debts.
2/5 The murder of a schoolmistress sees the sleuthing pair head for Kent. Stars Clive Merrison
5/6 Cheesy host Alan Partridge is 'Live from Las Vegas' with a glamorous American co-host.
1/6 Satan worries about his image, and the Professor is concerned over his widow's remarriage.
The Fat's back! Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan in Scotland's comedy favourite.
2/5 The Sheffield singer-songwriter tries contacting the spirit world.
1/4 A squire's impoverished niece Lily Dale has a choice of two suitors.
3/6 Rosie's new client is an ex-children's entertainer who is keen to relaunch his career.
3/6 Mr Sims is elected to coordinate school festivities, but he doesn't spot the 'banana skin'
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Swiss Family Horne copes with life on a desert island.
Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens, Kevin Connelly and Mark Perry on top form in May 2002.
2/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a fraud case based on some ghostly messages.
3/5 Who poisoned Mary Gerrard? Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot is called in to find the killer.
3/5 Still on her package holiday, Vera is abducted by Transylvannian separatists.
3/5 Holmes and Watson investigate why a happy young idealist should kill herself.
2/4 Lily is aghast at her fiance's visit to his old flame's aristocratic family.
9/10 The veteran auditionee recalls how talent lurks in the unlikeliest places.
3/10 Young evacuee Willie Beech is taken shopping and there's news at the village church.
3/5 Retracing the crime writer's journey, Andrew Eames stops off for a steam bath in Damascus.
8/216 Anna Massey reveales how the invading Angles, Saxons and Jutes became the English.
3/5 Danny Danziger meets the long-serving curator of clocks and watches, David Thompson.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Frank Muir tells his sitar joke and Denis Norden offers advice to the ladies.
Creations include Arthur Cavity, collector of holes, and Hector Plasm, Ghosthunter.
3/6 Inventor Ralph Exon's colleague Max Flinders speculates on the plant strain's potency.
3/13 Syme's history is revealed, from his joining Scotland Yard to his election as Thursday.
4/6 Frenzying is all the rage in Ancient Athens, but can Aristophanes cash in on the craze?
1/4 Winnie and Ample are two florists with attitude. Starring Doon Mackichan. From August 2002
5/6 Boothby Graffoe sorts it out with monologues and sketches.
Thursday 3 April 2008