3/13 Captain Jet Morgan is disturbed by visions and foreboding as his rocket fails to respond.
Fay's summer in the West Country is blighted by strange and dark forces.
Historian Mark Easterbrook is drawn into a series of strange deaths linked to the occult.
2/4 The epic Tolkien parody sees Aygar the hero get an ear-bashing from his mum.
The Sheffield singer's selections include Alison and Maud, and Saturday Night Fry.
Guy Noir investigates a violin theft and in Lake Wobegon the full moon is playing havoc.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Christine de Pizan's tale of building a fortress for women of valour, virtue and wisdom.
A small dog called Hector comes to dominate his mistress's life while her fiance is abroad
2/3 Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers, including Tiller Girls and the War.
Paralleling Emily Bronte's Haworth life by reconstructing her fantasy world.
1/6 Teacher Izzy Comyn has a predilection for inappropriate men.
5/6 The life of the talented actress, who's partnered almost every major British comedian.
3/6 Mark Radcliffe reviews the career of the Mancunian wordsmith.
The cheeky schoolboy looks back over his past misdemeanours in the 100th episode.
13/13 Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/3 As MI7 recruits Malcolm Holmes, some uncomfortable truths are uncovered.
1/3 A husband and wife stumble across a strange religious sect.
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests.
4/6 Museum director Walter Brindle has important news and love is in the air for some staff.
1/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn seeks the opinions of a hostile public.
1/6 Sketch show mixing up language and sounds. Dogs tell all to Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
1/4 Simon Bligh introduces stand-ups Dominic Holland, Sue Beard and Felix Dexter.
Monday 28 July 2008