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
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.
Bobby Jaye selects shows he either produced or commissioned, including The Ken Dodd Show.
Our lyrical American host and his pack of poets present a special poetry compilation.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
1/2 Doctor's wife Emma embarks on a series of affairs to escape provincial life.
1/3 Three old men sit and watch the world go by, but one has a youthful secret of vitality.
3/3 Time for your close-up! Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers.
Fanny emerges into the world of an aristocratic family. Stars Amanda Root.
2/6 The complex life and loves of Izzy Comyn, with her propensity for telling lies.
6/6 The matriarch of the comic monologue recalls her career as a performer and writer.
4/6 Mark Radcliffe remembers the comedian famed for his catchphrase and comic ventriloquism.
When Granddad comes into money, the naughty schoolboy is faced with boarding school.
Gert and Daisy's shop is open for business in Russett Green. Stars Elsie and Doris Waters.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/3 Malcolm and Polly set alarms ringing, and the Laughing Dog secrets are finally revealed.
2/3 Vicky and Burt stop in Gatlin to report a crime. It seems empty, until a discovery is made
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests.
5/6 Senior museum staff head to a conference on the Isle of Wight, leaving Rod in charge.
2/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn tackles a rundown council tower block.
2/6 Spaghetti spellings with Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
2/4 Stand-up hosted by Simon Bligh, with John Mann, Marian Unfaithful and Paul Tonkinson.
Monday 4 August 2008