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3/10 After their devastating news, the starship's crew face peril from a once-benign force.
3/5 'Coolhunter' Cayce Pollard is mugged in Tokyo, but who is behind her assailants?
Trailing a vast 1970s drugs syndicate, Inspector Alleyn heads incognito to Italy.
3/15 As Jamaicans travel to England to join the war effort, news arrives about Michael.
3/4 At a murder trial, the barrister encounters a jury member with a mystifying agenda.
Topical lampooning and impressions from the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells.
5/8 A female fish arrives causing friction in the tank.
5/6 As the cartoonist faces surgery, his feminine side explores his brain's inner workings.
1/6 The management consultants work with a suspicious energy company.
2/6 Mitch goes in search of the Love Song - via a children's encyclopaedia and ox-bow lakes.
1/2 'I would give my soul to stay young'. A vain aristocrat makes a dangerous pact.
5/8 Sarah and her mother disagree over house tidiness, until a visitor arrives.
1/6 Moving back where he grew up, Patrick meets school mate Billy. From July 2001.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Jimmy Edwards reveals he's set to be the new principal of the BBC Research College.
4/6 Trapped in a parallel universe, Robin hires a strangely familiar kids' entertainer.
When a stately home's Monet is stolen, Val McDermid's Manchester private eye gives chase.
4/15 After the end of the war, Hortense continues her vigil for missing cousin Michael.
4/4 The barrister faces a conundrum over whether offenders can ever go straight.
2/2 The aristocrat is living a life of selfish pleasure. But is retribution on the horizon?
2/7 Dracula and Oedipus Rex get a good going over from Fred, Jo, Nigel and Chris.
4/10 Ambition and attraction coincide when Grace Melbury encounters young Doctor Fitzpiers.
4/8 Robert Louis Stevenson samples French monastic life. Read by Alan Cumming.
74/216 Parliament flexes its muscles, challenging the power of the sovereign.
Stan Smith and Blake Morrison discuss the importance of the unfashionable poet.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
6/6 Angry Ken Handley looks set to quit the ad agency.
1/4 A single phone call turns Rabbi Fine's comfortable Jewish community upside down.
4/10 The crew's Astra and Darv are taken to a neighbouring moon for cross-examination.
4/5 Searching for footage clues, 'coolhunter' Cayce locates the menacing Baranov.
1/4 Tom is sent to a specialist to be rid of the band inside his head.
4/4 BBC Radio 7's showcase for up-and-coming comedy writer/performers. From November 2007.
3/6 The ex-variety star has a muddled day at the butchers and at a radio play read-through.
Friday 4 July 2008