4/4 Evans the Welsh vigilante aims to bomb the planetary decontaminationists for melting Earth
3/4 Anti-hero Billy Pilgrim starts to relish his life in a zoo on the planet Tralfamadore.
4/5 A second murder suspect disappears, and the medieval detective monk journeys to Wales.
4/4 When a government minister dies, Edgar Wallace's detective sets out to uncover the truth.
19/20 From visions of Japanese cherry blossom to presentation at the Russian court.
5/6 The death of a debating society leader sees Baldi probing his close-knit student friends.
3/6 Grumpy bachelor Robin learns about his past misdemeanours in his parallel universe.
4/4 Tom proposes marriage to Sadie with some help from his 'imaginary' band.
3/4 BBC Radio 7's showcase for up-and-coming comedy writer/performers. From November 2007.
2/6 Reminiscences of an ex-variety star, who's cooking and drinking on a cable TV show.
2/3 Lucy Snowe grapples with matters of the heart, the mind and the spirit.
6/6 The Royal Dingle Company re-enact the Bard's great cinematic moments. From October 1995.
5/6 Ken Handley fancies a winter break, but can he escape the ad agency?
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The TV episode recreated in audio before a live audience in Pye Studios in October 1961.
7/10 Tropical storms and toddlers. Stand-up and sketches based on the news of August 2001.
5/5 With a strong case against Ellis, will Brother Cadfael solve the sheriff's murder?
The mystery of a strange being, a professor and a secret that could transform science.
20/20 A 17th century widow's lonely return and a sad goodbye to the Middle East.
6/6 The sleuth links the murder of a homeless man in a Dublin squat with the history of art.
3/3 Lucy's standing in society rapidly improves, but will love be the answer?
Sandy Toksvig, Andy Hamilton and Jeremy Hardy present a tribute to the late Alan Coren.
10/10 With the police on her tail, Holly decides her future. Concluded by Henry Goodman.
5/5 The humorist, writer and broadcaster muses on a Victorian novelty and home-working.
70/216 It is the time of James I, the gunpowder plot and religious strife.
Patrick Heron, AS Byatt and Jack Flam discuss the significance of the famous 1911 painting
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/6 Bertie tries to play peacemaker when he arrives at Totleigh Towers. PG Wodehouse romp.
5/6 Will hard-up Tommy and Sheila's trip to Australia ever get off the ground?
A fantastical tale exploring man's fascination with eternal life and elixirs.
4/4 Billy Pilgrim arrives in Dresden on the eve of its destruction by Allied bombing.
1/6 The team takes the audience to Margate and asks 'Whose Pencil Line is it Anyway?'.
1/4 Ricky's new tabloid column teaches him some hard lessons about life and Gloria Hunniford.
The 1985 Sony Award winning sketch show series, originally broadcast live.
Saturday 28 June 2008