2/2 Victor Frankenstein sets out to find the creature, and avenge his brother's death.
6/6 In a politically sensitive area the water supply is cut off to force the Emir to negotiate
5/6 As suspicions over Palgrove grow, the kindly detective calls on an old friend.
10/10 Muriel and Godfrey have an emotional encounter in Marshington.
A vicar appoints a widower as church safety officer, but he proves to be accident prone.
2/4 The husband and wife radio presenters humiliate Juliet Stevenson. From January 1999.
4/6 The sketch show takes to the rails for Dr Terror's House of Pizza. From December 1987.
2/6 Graham Fellows reveals how some of rock's biggest names have a lot to thank him for.
2/6 The poet laureate of alternative comedy entertains an audience with his book of verse.
4/6 The writer has quit smoking and is jetting off, but the geraniums don't want him to go.
1/6 Jude the stonemason aspires to the spires of Christminster.
2/6 The comeback duo's singer mounts his own campaign to be awarded an MBE.
8/8 Faith and Bill's wedding day has arrived. Can they manage to tie the knot?
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
5/6 From Two-Way Family Favourites to portable transistors. With Daphne Oxenford.
5/6 As Harry plots against the pirate, Lord Rockingham's threat to Dona is at crisis point.
The adaptors tell all. Including The Day the Balloon Went Up, Put That Light Out and more.
Can Belgian sleuth Poirot solve the murder of a father, 16 years after he died?
2/9 Single dad Bryan desperately needs cash for his rate arrears.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
More comedy and music from the Ravinia Pavilion in Illinois.
Jon Holmes and Xanthe Fuller analyse the action from the TV series.
1/4 Set in a complex state of beliefs, the Great God Om appears before novice monk Brutha.
Sunday 27 April 2008