5/5 Jackie's telepathic powers attract the evil attentions of the eerie Cranford family.
Vast computer Multivac runs global affairs, but can it explain man's sense of humour?
5/5 Determined to pinpoint the killer, Hercule Poirot invites all his suspects to a picnic.
10/10 A series of armed robberies reminds Inspector Resnick of earlier crimes.
5/10 Emma meets wealthy land owner Rodolphe Boulanger, and succumbs to temptation.
It is Mr Openshaw's job to listen to people, except when he visits Mrs Flenswick.
4/9 From bigotry to West End shows,the comic duo are joined by guest Debra Stephenson.
6/6 The sketch show team take their audience on a trip to the cinema. From May 1990.
2/4 Rowan Atkinson's satirical investigation into the life of the fictional master orator.
More shenanigans with Nick Wilton, Helen Lederer, Clive Mantle and Steve Brown.
5/5 Vengeful Heathcliff has wickedly schemed to force Catherine to marry his ailing son Linton
4/6 Tommy and Sheila help to sort their son Murray's career and love-life.
1/8 Bingo Little fancies a waitress. Can Bertie Wooster's valet help? With Richard Briers.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
1/6 He played 'Hapless Twits', but the real Derek Nimmo was rather more sophisticated.
3/5 Mowgli mounts a rescue and meets the Father of the Cobras. Stars Nisha K Nayer.
Bobby Jaye selects shows he either produced or commissioned, including The Ken Dodd Show.
Matthew Palmer inherits an old house haunted by its creepy, black magic past.
3/4 The epic Tolkien parody sees one defender of Albion making a startling discovery.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Our lyrical American host and his pack of poets present a special poetry compilation.
4/13 Captain Jet Morgan and his crew face catastrophe when their rocket loses power.
Homeless people face falling prey to unscrupulous operators. Introduced by Edward de Souza
Sunday 3 August 2008