A unicorn holds the key to happiness in this fantasy of true love and complex desire.
3/3 Burt comes face to face with He Who Walks Behind The Rows.
2/2 Emma prepares to leave Charles, but her complicated love-life is beginning to fall apart.
2/3 A lost man needing directions has a chance encounter in a cold, windswept field.
David Almond tells the story of the author of Moonfleet.
Sketches and satirical comment from Punt and Dennis, with Mitch Benn and Marcus Brigstocke
6/6 A TV detective star fancies Prunella during filming at the museum.
3/6 Market researcher Ian surveys a high-tech future. With Neil Edmond and Paula Wilcox.
3/6 Time warnings from Paul Copley and Helen Moon. Sketch show mixing up language and sounds.
3/4 Stand-up comedy with host Simon Bligh, Rhona Cameron, Omid Djalili and Steve Gribbin.
1/6 Geoffrey Wheeler explores the venue famed for its nude tableaux.
5/6 Mark Radcliffe reveals how Ken Dodd became one of the greatest comic acts of our time.
The cheeky schoolboy causes hospital chaos as he tries to retrieve a key.
Havoc hits the new owners of the village shop.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
When HMS Boxer is stolen, you just know someone's going to fall in the water.
4/5 Aspiring singer-songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves. With Vanessa Feltz.
2/4 Steven J Blackburn investigates when his brother-in-law's filofax is stolen.
1/4 Oxford student John Maltravers plays ancient violin music that leads to a hidden cupboard.
1/10 As winter comes to Evensford, a local newspaper reporter meets a shy heiress.
Murder is afoot when a worried aunt tackles her nephew - a case for the man in the corner.
3/3 The story of Septimus Severus and how he came to the brink of becoming Emperor.
1/13 Radio's Dave the Rave and The Legend of Bunny and Claude.
6/8 As the evil McBain plots to steal the gold, the air ace flies off in pursuit.
1/5 The fascinating story of the relationship between the Italian scientist and his daughter.
101/216 When soldiers found themselves without work, crime rose and some became highwaymen.
1/5 Simon Parkes visits a 'chippie' in Skipton. From August 2000.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
6/10 Audrey makes the most of helping Devere by pretending she is his wife.
1/4 With Christmas bonus talk, the buying clerk's generosity knows no bounds, for once.
1/5 Scientist mouse Eek escapes from the future and enlists the help of three children.
1/5 By John Connolly. A young woman deals with two tormentors by unexpected means.
1/5 A mild-mannered doctor and his monstrous alter ego. Read by Tim Pigott-Smith.
4/6 The writer's week is marred by a death, deceptive junk mail and huge egos. From 2005.
1/10 Fred MacAulay brings his pick of comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival.
Tuesday 12 August 2008