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.
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.
4/6 Trapped in a parallel universe, Robin hires a strangely familiar kids' entertainer.
1/4 Tom is sent to a specialist to be rid of the band inside his head. From March 2003.
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.
2/2 The aristocrat is living a life of selfish pleasure. But is retribution on the horizon?
1/4 A single phone call turns Rabbi Fine's comfortable Jewish community upside down.
6/6 Angry Ken Handley looks set to quit the ad agency.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Les Dawson presents stand-up, sketches and his unrivalled piano sing-along. From 1979.
8/10 The comic duo's take on the week's events from August 2001.
Liz Parker gets involved with a missing person case.
5/15 Hortense makes the journey from Jamaica to London, but she only finds disappointment.
1/4 The Edinburgh sleuth hits the Victorian streets on the trail of an ingenious cat-burglar.
Lady Edith's life-changing boat ride to the South Atlantic.
Regulars Merton, Freud and Jones are joined by Maureen Lipman for witty repartee.
5/10 Doctor Fitzpiers and Grace Melbury's paths cross on Midsummer's Eve in Little Hintock.
5/8 There's donkey trouble and no women around for Robert Louis Stevenson.
75/216 It's January 1642 and Charles I is about to make a big mistake.
A seminal Japanese film of the fifties comes under scrutiny.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/6 Bertie Wooster is landed in a pickle over an expensive statue. PG Wodehouse romp.
6/6 Son Murray worries that tubby Tommy and Sheila have more rolls than roles. From June 2001.
5/10 The starship closes in on Zelda 5, where Darv and Astra face death as captives.
5/5 In seedy Moscow, 'coolhunter' Cayce meets the maker of the footage. Read by Lorelei King.
2/6 The sketch show team take the audience to Mike's house, but they get lost.
2/4 Ricky's boys are drawn against the North East's notoriously hard team Crunchthorpe United.
Helen Lederer, Clive Mantle and Nick Wilton star in this Sony Award winning sketch show.
Saturday 5 July 2008