1/6 A menacing assignment awaits student sorcerer Arcos. Fantasy adventure.
2/4 Gregor is adapting to his new insect form, but his family find it harder to accept.
3/3 The young heiress increasingly believes her life is in danger.
1/15 It is summer 1799, and one of Lisbeth Bede's sons has marriage on his mind.
1/4 When a cholera epidemic strikes London in 1854, the mercurial Dr John Snow investigates.
4/6 The spoof sleuth probes a dastardly plot to replace Queen Victoria. From February 1999.
3/4 On a chaotic overseas tour, the star cricketer's private life takes a turn for the worse.
1/4 Fed-up Alex has done nothing since university, but then he discovers an unusual hobby.
3/6 The family saga sets sail with dangerous sheep afloat. Improvised comedy.
6/6 Still courted by her would-be suitors, will Bathsheba ever find love?
1/6 Daddy is not keen on his new orthopaedic mattress, so he and Maud try a crafty swap.
7/8 British week in the People's Republic showcases a double-decker bus and clog dancing.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The lad 'imself throws a posh party to launch his new radio series.
3/4 The host presents a selection of classic comic songs with special guest Howard Read.
1/3 The haloed adventurer goes to sea in search of deliberately sunk bullion ships.
2/15 Remarkable young Methodist preacher Dinah Morris arrives to comfort Lisbeth Bede.
2/4 Two ambitious young doctors tackle a yellow fever epidemic in 19th-century Cuba.
1/4 Thomas Hardy's tale of the repercussions of a drunken act by respectable Michael Henchard.
6/6 Albert butts in on Harold's church magazine article. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell
2/10 Guy Stockdale's sons learn of his decision to leave their mother after 40 years together.
2/5 Death and desire in Earl's Court.
37/216 Henry III is now king and the Barons wage war. Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain
2/5 The author writes to his mother about marriage, fatherhood and Sherlock Holmes.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/6 A school inspection is due, but the visitor in the playground is not from Ofsted.
4/4 Poetry and sketches, including a school play and parents discussing s-e-x.
2/6 Novice sorcerer Arcos is appalled by Kaddah's behaviour, and Alviza is attacked mentally.
3/4 Now a monster, Gregor strives to stay close to his family, but his father turns on him.
1/6 Satan thinks humans can't handle knowledge, but the professor thinks they can.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan are back with more banter and sketches.
3/6 Using laughing gas for riots? Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the best loopy idea.
Wednesday 14 May 2008