3/13 The Doctor Who cast and crew discuss the third episode of the fourth TV series.
1/8 Dr Montague conducts an experiment at Hill House, and Eleanor is the first to take part.
1/2 Winifred Holtby's tale of a woman's journey to independence, set in wartime Yorkshire.
A gardener and grieving widower muses over love and the cycle of life and death.
Richard Stilgoe, Peter Blake, Charles Collingwood and Belinda Lang visit Clandon Park.
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests.
2/5 Wearing beige and bailiffs - the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.
1/2 The plain-speaking comic directs her caustic wit at some famous men of history.
3/6 Out and about, historic expeditions and more are on the airwaves.
4/12 Russell Davies reviews the BBC's variety artistes of the Second World War.
Russell Davies looks back at the career of Peter Jones before he became famous.
More humorous songs from David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis
Another slice of mayhem from Ken Dodd, assisted by John Laurie and Patricia Hayes.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Neddie Seagoon is sent to claim back thousands in arrears, but he falls in the water.
1/6 The spoof sleuth probes mystery deaths from some new fangled inventions. From 1999.
2/6 George Grant is the English lawyer on an Arabian adventure in search of a missing client.
1/6 The kindly detective probes dark deeds in the world of small-time animal charities.
6/10 Connie Hammond makes a dramatic return, and Muriel gets worrying news.
A mysterious creature is pulled from the sea. Is it harmless or a threat?
1/4 Tess Durbeyfield struggles to overcome the pitfalls of rural poverty and ignorance.
8/14 Hovercrafts, ferrets - and the three-toed sloth. Sketches and songs from November 1966.
6/10 Tragedy strikes again, with the farming community shocked at Joe Meredith's suicide.
1/10 The writer reads his wry recollections and observations about his early life in Leeds.
21/216 As William takes the throne, discontent increases - and not just from the Saxons.
1/5 Ben Silburn recalls the volcanic eruption in Martinique that killed 30,000 people.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/8 Extradition agreements are on the agenda, and some accusations can't be brushed aside.
4/6 The landladies' accountant and clergy guest discover they've something in common.
4/6 Armed with a new face and OAP gadgets, George Smith prepares to take on Central Admin.
1/3 The natural world turns on mankind as a war veteran and his family come under attack.
6/6 The sci-fi star attempts to solve all unsolved mysteries.
3/5 Computer Omni-Tec talks to the chatty cat, whose human pals need protection. From 1996.
8/8 Comedy sketches with Will Ing, Dan Gaster and Ben Silburn. Special guest Imelda Staunton.
Tuesday 22 April 2008