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3/6 A man loses his identity and ends up in double trouble.
17/17 An unexpected visitor to Shirning threatens to undermine Bill and Josella's future plans.
2/5 The medieval monk fears the worst over the sickness of Shrewsbury Abbey's benefactor.
7/10 The trial is over, but more trouble seems likely to befall the Frettelby Mansion.
7/20 From quarrelsome fundraising to being affable to bores.
The priest-cum-sleuth gets embroiled in mystery and death on a pot-holing expedition.
3/6 The ruling family of Renaissance Italy's puniest city-state introduce a new currency.
5/6 Satan has never been to sleep, so Thomas and the Professor try to give him forty winks.
1/4 Comedian Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments using light entertainment.
2/6 The comedian asks exactly who starts rumours? Brendan Burns and Sarah Kennedy help.
2/3 Mark Little continues to trace the history of Australian comedy.
2/12 More political and romantic intrigue, with newlyweds and new arrivals Phineas and Laura.
4/4 Victor suffers a bank holiday traffic nightmare. Adapted from TV with Richard Wilson.
5/6 An anonymous message for Mr Sims - someone's idea of a joke? Only it's not very funny.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Kenneth Horne and co present their spin on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and put cricket to rights
BBC changes are revealed and the team go on 'Location, Location, Location'.
3/5 Medieval monk Brother Cadfael harbours a young lad suspected of murdering his stepfather.
8/10 In the Melbourne slums, a shocking scene unfolds.
8/20 How some diplomatic women relished their destination, but others weren't so keen.
A retired policeman, a fatal shooting, Thomas Hardy and a murky past revealed.
3/12 Lady Glencora expects a baby and Laura causes disappointment. Stars Sophie Thompson.
3/6 Quiz about scandal, gossip and slander, with guests Charles Collingwood and Simon Fanshawe
3/5 The windmill's smashed, with Squealer blaming Snowball, and Napoleon cements his position.
3/8 Cheap rail travel brings wonderful restive seafront encounters. Read by Leonard Pearcey.
58/216 The English are recovering from plague, famine and war when the Tudors begin their reign.
'You can hear Barbara breathing in her garden at St. Ives' - the life of the sculptor.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/6 John Sheets makes a welcome arrival and a game of cricket is proposed.
2/8 Clare has been dumped, Eleanor finds a friend and Sarah is listening.
4/6 Tinned food lets man live on Mars, until the can openers fail.
A space bounty-hunter lives to regret rescuing a young woman from attack.
2/8 Anton attempts to educate Liam, but who wants to learn when you can play I-Spy?
2/6 The cartoonist unearths an alien conspiracy to turn the world into a holiday camp for kids
3/5 The management consultants propose a radical publicity campaign to an ailing retailer.
3/4 The comedian presents more jokes and songs.
Thursday 12 June 2008