2/6 69-year-old George Smith battles against his imminent death with Central Admin.
1/2 A visitor places a young Flemish painter's love for his master's niece in jeopardy.
13/13 The Old Bailey hack reconsiders his future, as does a hardened thief.
4/5 Father Devoy struggles with his faith and Garda Sweeney with his impatience.
4/10 On the eve of the 1914 war, Muriel and Connie are single and settled in Marshington.
4/4 The sleuth investigates when a victim is found chained to a post in the Thames.
1/4 The nostalgic spiffing spoof of adventure story papers for boys. From September 1991.
6/6 The pathologists help a celebrated Dutch anatomist in the first ever 'live' radio autopsy.
5/6 Eavesdropping on animals and Planet Dull. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's sharp humour.
4/6 The topical sketch show that takes you behind the week's news.
4/4 Engaged to Cecil but haunted by her dreams of George, Lucy Honeychurch feels muddled.
2/6 Mark and his manic mutt are rowing up the Thames, but will Jennifer ever come on board?
8/13 Sparrow lands a job in Aberdeen, where he is forced to tackle a pepped-up port-loving lady
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Oyster-loving Neddie Seagoon takes to the River Thames, which is soon draining away.
1/4 The squabbling husband and wife's weekly look at classical music. Stars Imelda Staunton.
1/6 A newspaper article and a client send young English lawyer George Grant on a mystery trip.
5/5 Dr Brooks, Father Devoy and Garda Sweeney make a horrifying discovery.
5/10 War plays havoc with Muriel Hammond's aspirations and her experiences of love.
Maureen and Veronica are brought together by a troublesome dog.
1/2 A VIP visitor to a village is soon the target of love and gossip.
2/2 The 'Inspector' becomes plied with cash and love. Gogol's satire of civic corruption.
6/6 Tycoon Jimmy's lavish new yacht infuriates his head of finance.
5/10 As they cope with the death of Caro Meredith, further tragedy hits the farming community.
10/10 As the news of the Titanic's sinking reaches New York, a list of survivors is drawn up.
20/216 It's 1066, and William, Duke of Normandy, is about to fight a famous battle.
5/5 In the last of his essays the writer shares thoughts on European unity and the joy of gyms
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
7/8 Faith is worrying about money when Bill gets an unexpected offer.
1/6 It is duo Tommy and Sheila's second stab at fame, and she has been spending.
3/6 Fresh from incarceration, George Smith has attracted the attention of OAP terrorists.
2/2 The ghoulish Vanderhausen seals his deal with Rose's uncle and takes her away.
3/6 Sketch show capers from sauna novices to Batman in his dotage. From December 1987.
1/6 Revealing how fear of flying led to the birth of psychedelia. From September 2001.
1/6 The poet laureate of alternative comedy, John Hegley presents a selection of his work.
3/6 The writer's mate Craig proves a headache, while Vince the geranium encounters a bee.
1/6 How fear of flying led to the birth of Psychedelia!
Saturday 19 April 2008