3/10 The crew members believe they've outwitted the Angels and can wait out the flood.
8/9 Worried that Ruth has the vampire plague, Robert Neville regrets being so candid.
1/5 Professor Jeffrey Richards recalls the husband and wife team that battled villains.
1/4 The detectives probe a man's disappearance en route to Leeds.
13/15 Hortense faces the prejudice of 1940s Britain when she attempts to get a job.
1/4 When a theatrical first lady receives a chilling death threat, the detective investigates.
Topical lampoonery with some stormy outbreaks from Cardiff's New Theatre.
7/8 Is reconciliation on the cards for Martin and Susan?
2/6 The brothers' salon is swamped by kids and some uninvited visitors. From November 1999.
3/6 The management consultants try reversing the fortunes of an inner city school. From 2002.
4/6 Are Cyberman costumes are tax deductible? With Robin Ince.
2/2 Watson assists the detective in the battle to solve their first gruesome case.
7/8 Sarah tries keeping her affair secret, but her mother Eleanor can sniff out deceit.
3/6 Patrick faces a full house, as Maria takes on her pub competition. Stars Jim Sweeney.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The Glums debate culinary insularity and Jim and Bentley ponder pathos.
6/6 Branded a wife-beater in his parallel universe, a joke backfires for bachelor Robin.
3/5 Jeffrey Richards probes the many incarnations of 'the poor man's Sherlock Holmes'.
3/4 As London is ravaged by an epidemic, the playwright spy investigates a double-crossing.
14/15 Queenie gives birth to a beautiful baby boy, but who is the father?
2/4 Summertime, a mystery lover, naughty photos and a nasty murder. McLevy is feeling the heat
When a student is found dead, is it just a tragic accident or is something sinister afoot?
4/7 The Martians are coming! Or are they? Is this a spoof? Or a spoof of a spoof? From 1979.
4/5 A Cinderella pantomime character wonders if her own Prince Charming is in the audience.
4/5 David Nobbs recalls the birth of his famous comedy creation, Reginald Iolanthe Perrin.
84/216 Charles II returns to England to become King, but he is in a great deal of debt.
Owen Knowles, Dr Robert Hampson and John Milius discuss the moral ambiguity in this novel.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/6 Three Deborahs, one stingy bank and an impending divorce perplex ad man Ken Handley.
3/4 Sex, politics and religion make it an awkward visit when an Israeli MP arrives. From 1999.
4/10 Bran wants the crew to destroy an artefact floating in space. Will they cooperate?
9/9 With the new society on the attack, Robert Neville refuses to leave his house.
3/4 At the zoo Tom meets Pi, who has a band in her head too. So what could go wrong? From 2003
2/4 The Red Lion is almost bankrupt - can Dodgy Phil get the punters back? From January 1999.
5/6 The ex-variety star stumbles through an audition and relives a role in Juliet Bravo.
Friday 18 July 2008