7/7 With time running out for Mina, can Van Helsing avert a tragedy?
2/4 The narrator and his sister face the swine-like creatures' terrifying siege.
2/3 DI Gwen Danbury meets burglary victim Mr Mills and introduces him to her mother.
4/5 Ignoring his mother's fears, Barry goes out after dark to visit the sites of six murders.
7/10 Diplomat George Darrow tries to explain himself, while Sophie prompts a revelation.
The Bard's shrewd wife reveals how he left her his second-best bed.
2/4 Mitch Benn plays comic songs past and present, and is joined by Isy Suttie. From 2006.
6/6 When God hears that rules are being broken in Hell, he sends archangels to investigate.
Comedy from Scotland, including Biscuit Addiction and Juvenile Crime.
2/6 Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea. From 2005.
2/6 Farmer Boldwood starts to play a major role in the tale of Bathsheba Everdene.
3/4 Bored chickens and aggrieved starlings. Rural poetry and sketches from Pam Ayres.
8/8 Mixed emotions as the school year draws to a close with Mr Holliday's last day in teaching
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Kenneth Horne's abominable quest for a Yeti - and 'Hornerama' looks at Leisure.
Dumbledore and Gandalf feel the satirical bite of the team, from January 2003.
3/3 A respectable elderly lady is found dead from natural causes.
Fed up caring for her mother-in-law, Linda is worried when a glass vase has caused a fire.
8/10 Anna struggles to understand the truth about George Darrow's meeting with Sophie.
Sheila Martin meets the son she gave up for adoption.
3/6 Farmer Boldwood and Gabriel Oak continue to vie for Bathsheba Everdene's affections.
4/6 Gyles Brandreth chairs the scandals quiz. With Anthony Holden and Stella Duffy.
8/10 Matthew's daughter Becky finds an unexpected ally in her step-mother Josie.
3/5 The travel writer describes how religion has modified lifestyles around the world.
33/216 With his father dead, Richard becomes King.
3/5 The Liberal Democrat grandee talks to Anne Perkins about her admiration for Karl Polanyi.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/4 A hungry albatross inspires Samuel Tailor Cholericke's poetic musings. From March 1985.
5/8 Rumours abound as Sarah and her mother unwittingly conspire together.
1/3 A mysterious alien force takes its toll on the women of a rural village.
3/4 Will the narrator and his dog survive a watery entrapment?
3/6 Heraclitus' chance to escape Athens could expose Xanthippe to scorn and ridicule.
2/4 The florists discuss Winnie's inheritance and Ample's birthday. From December 2003.
4/6 Boothby Graffoe and friends share scary tales of the railway and dramas at sea.
Thursday 8 May 2008