2/6 After Saul and his family win a competition, strange events happen.
1/10 A story by Susanna Clarke begins this series showcasing new short story writers.
2/10 Will Mickey-Joe have the courage to face the ghost who calls to him from Cherrybrook Hill?
5/6 Lord Peter Wimsey's trail goes cold - until a stolen will brings fresh enlightenment.
1/10 The swashbuckling scholar finds love and encounters a dastardly squire.
6/30 Nicholas heads to London, where his mother and sister uneasily await.
9/12 A young man with severe injuries and a chilling tale arrives at Watson's surgery.
1/6 Joining the Sheffield singer-songwriter on air are Barbara Dickson and Bill Bailey.
6/6 A faculty fracas with an old rival helps re-ignite the author's career. From 2005.
6/6 The writer is leading a charmed life, which naturally leaves him feeling anxious.
4/6 Suffragettes split the family, sparking drama at the races.
5/6 Franklin Blake makes an appalling discovery about the theft of the precious diamond.
4/4 It's the office party and Jones thinks all his Christmases have come at once.
9/10 With news of a New Year's Honour for a villager, Audrey is nice to Devere.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Troutbridge's chance of film stardom is jeopardised by Phillips' navigational skills.
5/6 Clive Anderson is joined by Stephen Fry, John Sessions, John Bird and Jimmy Mulville.
6/6 Can Lord Peter Wimsey finally clear Harriet Vane's name - and persuade her to take his?
2/10 The wicked squire's kidnap plot sparks a daring rescue, and nephew Nicholas appears.
7/30 Kate Nickleby begins work at Mantalini's dressmakers. Dickens adaptation w/ Alex Jennings.
10/12 When a missing bride's clothes appear in a lake, the sleuth is bound to investigate.
6/6 Franklin Blake takes extreme action to induce himself into stealing the diamond once more.
1/13 Ned Sherrin presents the general knowledge music quiz from London's Drill Hall.
7/10 Has Hatty recovered from her fall? What is the news from home?
2/5 The aspiring peasant farmers find that pomegranate and lemon groves have their drawbacks.
117/216 Walpole resigns, patronage comes under the microscope and the King fears his nephew.
2/5 The scientist explains to Sue Nelson how surfing influenced his becoming an oceanographer.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/6 The spread of damaging rumours creates a nightmare scenario for Mr Sims.
11/13 Wilson, Pike and Hodges go to London and attempt to claim compensation for the pier.
3/6 Haensel warns Elise, and Saul is summoned by Selwyn. More mystery in Roman Bath.
3/10 ID: Waking up in a deserted alley, a man is terrified at the loss of his identity card.
4/10 A confrontation in an out of bounds part of town forces a man to reassess his life.
1/4 Another radical proposal as the comedian tackles the stresses of the traditional job.
3/6 The surreal zoo's staff tackle gangsters, a spirit and porpoises.
A unemployment officer resigns after a panic attack. But does a better life await him?
2/6 The Ministry of Furniture and methodist pirates. Patrick Moore guest stars.
Wednesday 3 September 2008