Jon Holmes and Xanthe Fuller analyse the action from the TV series.
Mary has a special fear of hospitals - thanks to a recurring dream about operations.
2/2 As murder suspects mount up, police question Cordelia Grey, and there's another death.
4/6 Still single at 41, the barber's mother - and fate - seem determined to take a hand.
Writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson chat to Peter Reed about their radio life and times.
More comedy and music from Los Angeles' majestic open air Greek Theatre.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
1/3 Jamaican Hortense Roberts emigrates to London. Exploring empire, prejudice, war and love.
In a detective story set in California, the characters want independence from the script.
Aubrey Manning examines possible astronomical alignments in a class of prehistoric cairns.
The writer's unfinished tale of passion in the Scottish Lowlands. Stars Paul Young.
4/6 Can divine intervention help when the opponents grab Father Benedict's match tactics?
2/6 A clip-packed celebration of the career of the much-loved comedy actress.
Reece Shearsmith tells the story of comedy sound effects on radio, from the 1930s on.
The king of titters reads some ditties and battles giant animals in a spoof thriller.
10/13 Bobby and Butch are happy campers, and Tarzan swings in with Jane and Cheetah.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/3 By Robert Louis Stevenson. A convalescing soldier finds love in a sinister Spanish house.
Kurt Vonnegut's tale of the dilemmas facing scientists over how to manufacture happiness.
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests.
1/6 The new deputy museum curator gets a shock.
Greg's views on animals and the orange world of David Copperfield.
4/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore's melange of multi-murderers.
13/13 The Doctor Who cast and crew discuss the final episode of the fourth TV series.
Monday 7 July 2008