5/7 With Jonathan's return, Van Helsing is forced to reveal the shocking truth about Lucy.
Welcome to Discworld, or at least to an audience with the creator, Terry Pratchett.
4/4 Gwen takes charge when a hostage is taken by a gunman, but then her feisty mother arrives.
5/10 George Darrow tries persuading Sophie to leave Givre, but complications set in.
As Kenneth and Clare move to a smaller house, they get some unexpected visitors.
3/4 The warring radio spouses welcome Mike Smith and Sarah Greene. From January 1999.
5/6 The sketch show team take a pop at cops, cabs and cowboys. From December 1987.
3/6 Brian Appleton explains how he single-handedly changed the face of rock music.
3/6 The poet laureate of alternative comedy, John Hegley with his book of verse.
5/6 The writer struggles for cash, while his geraniums moan about Christmas decorations.
6/6 As events devastate Sue, Jude Fawley's life continues to unravel.
3/6 The singing duo wonder why their agent is being uncharacteristically nice.
1/7 Trapped in Steeple Bumpleigh, Bertie Wooster meets an old flame.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
6/6 BBC local stations begin and national radio is numbered from 1 to 4. With Daphne Oxenford.
6/6 As the French pirate awaits execution, Dona risks everything for the man she loves.
Graeme talks to Peter Reed about his radio life and times.
Twelve-year-old Matthew has an imaginary friend, or is she an alien life force?
3/9 Single dad Bryan needs an employer who will let his son come along.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Featuring Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy as the singing ZoZo Sisters.
Jon Holmes and Xanthe Fuller analyse the action from the TV series.
2/4 After his encounter with the Great God Om, Brutha is selected for a secret mission.
Sunday 4 May 2008