6/13 Captain Jet decides to investigate the dark side of the moon before the return to Earth.
The Man in Black introduces a chatline where the callers are on hold forever.
On an Edwardian summer's day, an odd fairy known as the Psammead is found.
1/8 Two laid-off city gents keep their secret. From November 1984.
The former Head of Radio Light Entertainment chooses six programmes from his tenure.
2/10 Stuart McLean shares his thoughts on unwanted coffee mugs, spelling and childhood lies.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
1/2 From winter to midsummer night, a local reporter and a shy heiress get acquainted.
3/3 Every Sunday an awkward, fiddle-playing coffin-maker comes to play for his mother.
1/4 Leslie Forbes explores the beginning of the Raj and its culinary legacy.
The notorious 1924 drama lifting the lid on the lives of the country house set.
4/6 With Michael messing her about, Izzy's quest to find love gets even more muddled.
2/6 Geoffrey Wheeler's affectionate look at one of Scotland's last variety venues.
6/6 Mark Radcliffe looks at the comedians' comedian, Jimmy James.
The schoolboy is in trouble for not doing his homework, so Alfie is forced to help.
Village shopkeepers Gert and Daisy prepare for a Bonfire Night party.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/3 The Federation thinks it has seen the last of outlaw Roj Blake when he's framed and exiled
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests.
1/6 Mark Evans' Dickensian spoof reveals the downward spiral of young Pip Bin's life.
4/6 Experimental kitchen wipes sorely test market researcher Ian Dunn.
4/6 It's snow jokes from Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
4/4 Host Simon Bligh, Matt Wellcome, Veronica McKenzie and Sean Meo at the Comedy Store.
Monday 18 August 2008