5/6 Young novice sorcerer Arcos learns an unpalatable truth about his father from Kaddah.
2/2 Finally the horrific truth of soldier Qarlo's past becomes known.
1/4 Peter Turnbull's Glasgow cops make a haunting discovery at a building site.
5/15 As Hetty receives a gift from the Captain, Adam waits, hoping she'll marry him.
An idyllic holiday runs into problems as Beth and Simon get stuck in an airport.
1/10 Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor with more stand-up sketches about the news of June 2001.
1/6 The piping hot comedy show served with relish from Brenda Blethyn and Robert Bathurst.
5/6 Graham Fellows' musicologist reveals the impact of so many deaths of rock legends at 27.
5/6 John Hegley entertains an audience with his book of verse. From December 1996.
1/6 Tony Hadley joins the quick-fire comic for stand-up, sketches and music.
4/4 Forever haunted by his reckless past, ex-mayor Michael Henchard is becoming desperate.
5/6 It's not all plain sailing as Tommy and Sheila prepare for a cruise. From November 1999.
3/7 After the cottage inferno, Bertie Wooster plots a fake burglary.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The star of Doctor Who, The Navy Lark and Worzel Gummidge entertains an audience.
Leslie Phillips roams the high seas of comedy with a celebration of the radio favourite.
An old lady is fooled by a crooked lodger and his gang. With Edward Petherbridge.
5/9 When Bryan and son arrive in Frimlington, their fellow holidaymakers aren't too welcoming.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Comedy and music from the shores of Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota.
Jon Holmes and Xanthe Fuller analyse the action from the TV series.
4/4 Back in Omnia, Deacon Vorbis proclaims himself the One True Prophet. Brutha has concerns.
Sunday 18 May 2008