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
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.
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.
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.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Neddy and Crun attempt to launch Min into space, but she gets stuck up the chimney.
3/5 Aspiring singer-songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves. With Patrick Moore.
1/5 Redundant pitman turned sleuth Stephen J Blackburn is embroiled with Hungarian exiles.
1/5 The writer is recruited by Britain's Secret Service.
6/10 Doctor's wife Emma Bovary plans to elope with her lover Rodolphe.
Polly seeks help from an enigmatic customer in a London teahouse over her friend's killing
1/3 Julius seeks senate leaders Cicero and Cato's support to shake up the rule of Rome.
Greek legends get lampooned and Bill Oddie sings the telephone directory.
1/8 Answering an old chum's call for help, the hero pilot flies to Fort Beaver.
1/5 In 1936 the actor was Hamlet in New York. Read by Derek Jacobi.
96/216 Witchcraft and war preparations mark the beginning of William and Mary's reign.
1/5 The story of Portland Rock and the quarrying of its famous stone in Dorset.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
5/10 Clearing out the cellar, Audrey finds more than she had bargained for.
6/6 The Chester-Perry buying clerk plots his summer holiday.
1/5 Two women take refuge in a remote Scottish country house where a demon awaits them.
1/10 A chilling vision of a dystopian world of female oppression. Offred looks to her future.
2/10 Offred ponders an offer made by her doctor. Read by Buffy Davis.
3/6 The author needs a new roof, so his agent sorts him a pitch to write for TV. From 2005.
5/6 As the writer gets a lucky Hollywood break, his geraniums are terrorised by an old foe.
3/6 The life of young Billy at his Victorian boarding school.
Tuesday 5 August 2008