8/13 Jet and his crew find themselves on a curiously familiar planet as visitors arrive.
2/13 Hugo Rune and Rizla attempt to solve the missing spaniel mystery. With David Warner.
A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station.
3/8 The city gents' new business makes them money, but at what cost?
Featuring It Sticks Out Half a Mile, The Worst Show on the Wireless and many more.
4/10 Stuart tells the story of Sam's quest for athletic greatness.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
1/6 An impetuous young man finds himself at odds with his uncle, and is made to leave home.
2/3 A young boy's eccentric relative has a fondness for moorhen eggs, cress and 'neck oil'.
3/4 A medieval banquet at Hampton Court Palace. Lisa Jardine discovers its significance.
J, Harris and George holiday on the Thames in this 1962 musical adaptation.
6/6 Maria makes up with hubby Gwyn, and Izzy has a surprise for Michael and Louise.
4/6 Geoffrey Wheeler visits the seaside theatre that's refusing to bring the curtain down.
2/6 Mark Radcliffe on the career of one of the most successful comedians of the 1950s and 60s.
When the cheeky schoolboy's gang needs a meeting venue, it's time for more trickery.
Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
Kate and Patrick face terror from the sinister past of their newly renovated house.
1/2 What happens to a galaxy when it dies?
2/6 The funny man throws open his radio drop-in centre for sketches, chat and big, big fibs.
3/6 Young Pip must thwart his evil guardian's plans. Mark Evans's Dickensian spoof.
6/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn suffers a shocking epiphany.
6/6 A harp goes back in time with Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
2/4 Simon Bligh hosts the stand-up with Alan Carr, Richard Morton and Gina Yashere.
Monday 1 September 2008