1/3 The Federation thinks it has seen the last of outlaw Roj Blake when he's framed and exiled
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.
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. Stars Neil Edmond.
4/6 It's snow jokes from Paul Copley and Helen Moon, in the sketch show from October 2007.
4/4 Host Simon Bligh, Matt Wellcome, Veronica McKenzie and Sean Meo at the Comedy Store.
2/6 Geoffrey Wheeler's affectionate look at one of Scotland's last variety venues.
6/6 Mark Radcliffe looks at the teetotaller revered for his stage act of playing a drunk.
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. Stars Doris Waters.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Neddie Seagoon loses at roulette, so heads off in search of legendary African riches.
5/5 Sheffield's aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the BBC.
3/4 Steven J Blackburn probes a ventriloquist dummy's theft at a home for retired theatricals.
1/3 On new information, PI Carmady sets out to find the Leander pearls stolen 15 years ago.
6/10 Richardson tries to cut himself off from everyone, but then he spots a figure he knows.
1/12 The great detective traces a compromising photo, but meets his match in Irene Adler.
1/5 Arthur Clennam befriends seamstress Amy Dorrit and meets her extraordinary family.
2/13 An apocalyptic weather forecaster, and oyster walkies. Songs and sketches with John Cleese
1/5 It's getting on for noon and the mischievous schoolboy still hasn't caught anyone out.
1/8 Joy and husband George adopt three lion cubs.
106/216 The Duke of Marlborough embarks on another campaign. Anna Massey narrates.
1/5 A community recalls their devastating flood of 1953, as Helen Young visits East Anglia.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
7/10 Devere takes a shine to Mrs Forbes-Hamilton's guest. Is Audrey jealous? From March 1997.
2/4 The Chester-Perry buying clerk crusades to improve conditions for cleaning ladies.
1/5 A Highland village appears to survive a meteor's impact. Sci-fi thriller by Marty Ross.
A mighty medieval Japanese Lord's clash with an arrogant painter sparks tragedy.
5/6 The writer falls in love, but his cat proves an obstacle to happy-ever-after. From 2005.
6/10 Fred MacAulay brings his pick of comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival.
Tuesday 19 August 2008