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?
3/3 A respectable elderly lady is found dead from natural causes. Or was it murder?
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.
When Sheila meets the son she gave up for adoption, some home truths are uncovered.
Dumbledore and Gandalf feel the satirical bite of the team, from January 2003.
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.
3/6 Farmer Boldwood and Gabriel Oak continue to vie for Bathsheba Everdene's affections.
5/8 Rumours abound as Sarah and her mother unwittingly conspire together.
3/4 A hungry albatross inspires Samuel Tailor Cholericke's poetic musings. From March 1985.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
1/4 The legendary duo taste wine, pay tribute to marriage guidance and head to the garden.
4/4 A veritable fascinating feast from the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
1/3 Young Maud Knollyes discovers she's an heiress. Gothic melodrama with Teresa Gallagher.
9/10 After George's betrayal, Anna makes a decision - but has she the resolve to hold to it?
Sitting for her portrait, a woman wonders if the painting will reveal her inner self.
4/6 Bathsheba's defences are breached to devastating effect upon meeting a dashing soldier.
8/15 Books are plundered, but what the Dickens is going on? From January 1978.
9/10 Elizabeth faces a dilemma when Tom's daughter Dale decides to move into the family home.
4/5 The writer describes travelling across America aboard a restored private railway carriage.
34/216 The final crusade and the death of Richard Coeur de Lion.
4/5 The Mayor of London talks about his admiration for the Greek historian Thucydides.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
11/13 Sparrow gets inadvertently betrothed, so it's up to Benskin and Spratt to help him out.
5/6 Mark is celebrating, but with dog hair in the champers. Can a living legend save the day?
2/3 The alien children born in the rural village start to make their presence felt.
4/4 Back from his voyage, the narrator sees a sinister green hand at his window.
3/6 Pathologist Ruth's fibs over her career and love-life backfire when her mum arrives.
2/6 It's Your BBC phone-in, and a surprise for Snow White.
1/6 Catching a burglar and a big nose shocker. Quick-fire sketches with Susie Donkin.
Friday 9 May 2008