6/6 Is Shazir the real enemy? Can Arcos and his hero friends escape the Palace of Memory?
1/17 Bill Masen wakes up in hospital to find that the world he knew has changed forever.
2/4 A wealthy couple have disappeared and the police believe they have been murdered.
6/15 Staffordshire, 1799: When Hetty meets the Captain in Donnithorne Woods, Adam takes action.
1/4 The detective faces a medical mystery behind the discovery of a dumped body.
5/6 The spoof sleuth tries to unravel murderous goings-on at a seance. From February 1999.
4/4 The sporting legend tries to gauge the English team's success in his own murky way.
2/4 Alex is obsessed with snails, but can women ever replace them in his affections?
4/6 The family saga of Big Ben, opium dens and men in frocks. Improvised comedy.
1/3 Parson's daughter Elfride becomes the object of affection for two very different men.
2/6 A visit from Bernard's mother raises the landladies' suspicion. From March 2004.
8/8 The Embassy faces tough questions back home, with the spirit of the Armada bubbling up.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
1/16 The very first episode of the long-running radio comedy, starring Dennis Price.
4/4 The host presents a selection of classic comic songs. With special guest Neil Hannon.
3/4 The Glasgow police investigate a brutal crime with a possible link to the other murders.
7/15 Shocked Captain Arthur is forced to face the facts over Adam's feelings for Hetty.
2/4 The detective superintendent faces a cunning scam and a missing masterpiece.
2/3 After failing to marry Stephen, Elfride meets and falls in love with his mentor Henry.
1/8 Sleepwalking Harold gives dad Albert a fright. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell.
7/10 Taking Merrion to dinner at Simon and Carrie's, Guy sees that grandson Jack is unhappy.
2/5 The actor reads old letters to wife Prunella Scales.
42/216 The Welsh fight for independence. Anna Massey narrates the history of the British Isles.
2/5 Gideon Mantell and Richard Owen's feud over the uncovering of the prehistoric world.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/6 There's a new member of staff at the school and certain male colleagues are most impressed
1/4 Grumpy Victor Meldrew is about to lose his job. Adapted from TV, with Richard Wilson.
1/4 Retired solicitor Arthur Kipps recalls his visit to the house of the reclusive Mrs Drablow
2/17 Bill Masen remembers how the Triffids first came to England, and how they got so prevalent
2/6 As Satan sets out to prove England is the worst nation, Scumspawn tackles a lager lout.
Flying cars? Cowboy salt? Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan star in this Scottish comedy.
4/6 From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap, Neil Innes selects the best loopy idea.
Wednesday 21 May 2008