2/3 As MI-7 recruits Malcolm Holmes, some uncomfortable truths are uncovered.
1/3 A husband and wife stumble across a strange religious sect.
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.
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. Stars Neil Edmond.
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.
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.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Neddie Seagoon and friends are on the London trail of long-buried valuables.
2/5 Singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth is joined by guest Wendy Craig. From November 1998.
1/5 Can't a Belgian sleuth have a holiday in Devon without getting embroiled in a murder?
6/10 A series of armed robberies remind Inspector Resnick of an earlier spate of crimes.
1/10 Beautiful Emma meets and marries Doctor Bovary, but is distraught over the lack of passion
1/4 Loveday Brooke investigates some nuns who seem to be forsaking their vows for burglary.
1/5 1801: Mr Lockwood visits brooding Heathcliff's unwelcoming house on the Yorkshire moors.
Sketches from Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Jo Kendal and David Hatch.
1/5 A man's friendship with a penguin helps him come to terms with a friend's death.
1/5 The Lygon sisters received some of Waugh's racier letters, during his adventures abroad.
91/216 England has a new monarch and the English are now drinking tea.
1/5 Alex Kapranos reveals that there's more to world touring than eating pizzas and burgers.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/10 When Devere invites Audrey to go skiing, he ends up taken for a ride. From February 1997.
5/6 The clerk helps colleague Jones to plan his escape from Chester Perry. From May 1999.
1/5 A student at a local college goes missing. Is it the work of the eerie Cranford family?
1/4 A timid commuter meets the cat-like residents of a French village. Read by Philip Madoc.
2/6 The Berkhamsted author's 'sideways look at celebrity pets' is soaring up the ratings.
4/6 When his geraniums laugh at his puny physique, the writer overdoes his new fitness regime.
2/6 The improvised historical family saga's two-part romp about a Victorian travelling circus.
Tuesday 29 July 2008