3/4 More ghostly revelations for solicitor Arthur Kipps in ghostly Eel Marsh House.
4/17 Bill is horrified by what he discovers in London, but manages to rescue a girl from danger
1/6 A police officer is under suspicion for the murder of her own mother.
9/15 Adam is distraught over Hetty standing accused and locked up behind prison bars.
4/4 The detective heads to a coffee bar, where a man lies dead upstairs - but who killed him?
2/4 Broadcasting secrets are revealed in the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
5/6 St Luke's Hospital Pathology holds its first 'scratch night' for work in progress.
4/6 Buckingham Palace revelations and government food advice.
3/6 Quick-fire sketch show starring Susie Donkin, Charlotte MacDougal and Oriane Messina.
1/2 The 1960s misadventures of a drunken poet in a world of chaos and bad verse.
1/6 The Royal Dingle Company versus the Bard. Theatrical spoof with Patrick Barlow.
13/13 Simon Sparrow must sit his surgeon's exam and get wed to Wendy all in one morning.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
26/26 The platoon is selected to take part in a worldwide radio show.
2/10 Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor's topical stand-up and sketch show with Vicki Pepperdine.
2/6 What looks initially like a simple case of suicide has the team investigating a cult.
10/15 Preacher Dinah visits her cousin Hetty, who languishes under sentence of death in jail.
1/6 Franciscan priest Paolo Baldi turns amateur sleuth in an Italian chip shop.
2/2 Trapped into marriage, will the drunken poet become a gardener instead?
Maureen Lipman joins regulars Paul Merton, Peter Jones and Clement Freud.
10/10 As Guy and Merrion make decisions, the family must come to terms with all the changes.
5/5 The actor reflects on the Bristol Old Vic and touring 'King Lear' in Ireland.
45/216 King Edward II leads the retreat from Robert the Bruce and his army.
5/5 Owen's dismissal of Mantell goes on, but he gets a taste of his own medicine.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/7 Bertie Wooster must mend bridges after the fake burglary debacle. With Richard Briers.
6/6 There's mutiny in the air as Tommy and Sheila set off on their cruise.
4/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps tries to finally unravel the mystery of the haunted house.
5/17 Josella is devastated when she returns to her home with Bill.
2/6 Some English thesps present A Handful of Audience. With Robert Bathurst and Brenda Blethyn
6/6 The musicologist and forgotten Thompson Twin shows why rock 'n' roll is a cruel mistress.
6/6 John Hegley entertains an audience with his book of verse. From December 1996.
2/6 Ultravox lead singer Midge Ure joins the comic for stand-up, sketches and music.
Saturday 24 May 2008