2/3 The space outlaws try to gain control of the Liberator. But whose side is Avon on?
2/2 Richardson decides to try and cut himself off, but then he spots a figure he knows.
1/3 The tale of a tender moment among the spring flowers for Pacey and her young charge.
2/4 Chris Bigsby has an historical feast and discusses a treaty that changed American history.
1/6 The funny man throws open his radio drop-in centre for sketches, chat and big, big fibs.
2/6 Young Pip aims to escape school, with a crone's help.
5/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn carries out a delicate immigration survey. Stars Neil Edmond.
5/6 A moody fridge speaks out to Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
1/4 Simon Bligh hosts a Christmas flavoured stand-up comedy show.
3/6 Geoffrey Wheeler tells the theatre's story and that of its neighbour, the Hulme Hippodrome
1/6 Mark Radcliffe traces the career of one half of the famous comic-duo.
The cheeky schoolboy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school.
Shopkeepers Gert and Daisy get a large dog that doesn't understand English.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Angry revolutionary leader Neddie Seagoon is duped into buying worthless weapons.
Comedian Dave Gorman tells how receiving an email set him off on a 'Googlewhack' adventure
Mitch Benn presents the inside story of the history and rebirth of a sci-fi classic.
3/13 Bill Oddie sings of Nappy Days, plus there's Britain's entry to the Eurovision Pun Contest
1/10 Tom is sent to his Aunt and Uncle's for the summer holidays. Cheryl Campbell reads.
6/8 The call of the wild starts luring Elsa to her own kind.
111/216 How the first Prime Minister, Robert Walpole rose to power in 1721. Anna Massey narrates.
1/5 Peter France takes you to the alien and dangerous world of Northumbrian wood ants.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
8/10 When Devere installs new security cameras, Audrey declares war.
3/4 The dinner dance is out of bounds, until the buying clerk meets a troublemaker.
The most haunted house in Victorian London is about to give up its dark secret.
1/4 A coma patient's treatment for a horrific accident has unexpected benefits.
The master of wordplay, live from London. Topics include broccoli, Christmas and Geordies.
Tuesday 26 August 2008