1/6 Armed idealist Norman and cheerful bore Max are set to ruin the lives of friendly aliens.
7/13 With new-found ally the Professor, Gabriel rests up before they confront Doctor Bull.
6/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the tale of a philandering member of chambers.
2/4 Falco's murder trail takes him to a remote and dangerous outpost of the Empire - Britain.
2/5 The playwright recalls his idea of being a comic - and some unusual student shows.
2/4 The south London sleuth gets embroiled in a ruthless smuggling racket on the Kent marshes.
6/6 A-ha! Cheesy host Alan Partridge meets BBC TV's Commissioning Director and a maverick Lord
2/6 The professor believes societies evolve and mature. Satan introduces him to Bill Clinton.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's 'topical' banter and sketch show.
3/5 John goes in search of the blood-suckers of Whitby, with Fame Academy's Alistair Griffin.
2/5 When the Reverend Crawley is accused of theft, Mrs Proudie takes action.
4/6 Confidentiality proves a headache for events manager Rosie in Brighton.
4/8 'Outrageous fortune' deals a cruel blow to Mr Sims - and to an unsuspecting Mrs Patterson.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
A cornucopia of Horne, or should that be a Horne-u-copia of corn?
Donal MacIntyre goes undercover in Ambridge and Russell Crowe phones a pawn shop.
7/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of an actress accused of murder.
3/4 Probing illegal imports of, the Roman sleuth chances upon a plot to overthrow the Emperor.
3/5 The playwright's career as an architect ended early, but not before an animal encounter.
3/4 The sleuth's probe of murky protection rackets sparks trouble a bit too close to home.
3/5 The accused vicar's problems mount up, and Johnny Eames woos Lily Dale.
10/10 The veteran auditionee discusses his film-making exploits. Did he ever hit the big screen?
8/10 With no news of Willie - Tom heads to London and gets a shock. Read by David Brierley.
3/10 The stricken passengers of the RMS Titanic leave their cabins and head to the ship's decks
13/216 He burnt the cakes, he founded a navy. But why was Alfred 'Great'?
4/4 A Sunderland man and his Fife born mother-in-law struggle to communicate.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
John Amis whistles Ravel and Denis Norden sings of Donkeys and Strawberries.
1/8 Widow Sarah is bringing up her daughter, with a meddling mother.
2/6 Norman and Max are welcomed by the friendly Oblivions, and are soon offering gifts.
8/13 The three men go to France, where Gabriel Syme challenges the Marquis to a deadly combat.
5/6 Xanthippe's luck is in as the war-like, sex-mad Spartans arrive in Ancient Athens.
2/4 Florists Winnie and Ample have plenty to arrange in their shop. From August 2002.
6/6 Tasty monologues and sketches with Stephen Frost and guitarist Antonio Forcione.
Thursday 10 April 2008