6/10 With the Angel computers weakened, the starship is plunging into a black hole.
1/5 Stumbling on a discovery, a biochemist must battle to ensure that it benefits humanity.
1/5 When a detested church-goer is found dead, the spinster sleuth investigates.
1/10 Philip Jackson reads John Harvey's crime novel, featuring DI Charlie Resnick.
1/5 Christine de Pizan's tale of building a fortress for women from valour, virtue and wisdom.
4/4 With a royal visit due, McLevy joins Her Majesty's protection squad to find an assassin.
1/5 Aspiring singer-songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves with Leo Sayer.
1/6 The life of an author, pipe smoker, fare-dodger and master of the abusive e-mail.
3/6 Preparing for his old flame's nuptials, the writer seethes over the way she dumped him.
1/6 The improvised historical family saga's two-part romp about a Victorian travelling circus.
1/2 The 12-year-old's arrival at boarding school in 1835 is marred by bully Flashman.
4/6 The buying clerk's traditional summer plans are threatened by Chester Perry's new boy.
3/10 Hard-up Audrey needs a secret job, but what is she qualified to do?
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
An anti-invasion exercise is launched for the visit of one of Heather's old boyfriends.
3/4 Great beverages from history, in the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
2/5 The amateur sleuth probes Colonel Protheroe's killing in the vicar's study.
2/10 A series of increasingly violent robberies echo ten-year-old crimes.
2/5 Building the walls and visions of valour. Christine de Pizan's allegorical fantasy.
Yearning to be a private eye, the assistant takes on a case behind her boss's back.
2/2 Tom's career at Rugby could be coming to a premature end, but Dr Arnold has a plan.
Starring the sausage maker from Salford turned king of the comedy catchphrase.
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2/5 Despite his reputation as a fierce father, Waugh's letters to his children were loving.
87/216 According to Culpepper, liberty is impaired by priests, physicians and lawyers.
Peter Bogdanovich, David Thompson and Jonathan Rosenbaum discuss Orson Welles.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/8 Mr Sims is very unhappy in class, while Mrs Rudd thinks she's the victim of a prank.
5/13 Mrs Pike asks Arthur to talk to her son about the birds and bees.
7/10 Dragged into an artificial black hole, the Challenger crew face Spaceguard Six.
2/5 Diana secretly begins her own investigation into the mysterious properties of the lichen.
4/4 Mark Steel makes another of his slightly controversial proposals.
3/4 Comedian Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments. With Clare Wille. From July 2008.
2/5 Alison O'Kill wants to read Ivor Cutler a poem.
3/5 Poems and songs, including runaway teaspoons and the spelling of 'marmalade'.
Wednesday 23 July 2008