9/13 Jet Morgan and his crew have returned to Earth, but it's not as they left it.
3/13 Hugo Rune and Rizla cause a riot at a new-age seminar. With David Warner.
Coffee and literature or art and sugar? Rival Sunday supplement writers clash.
4/8 George and Charles tackle a horrid child and a bizarre giant. Starring Donald Hewlett.
Including All Classical Music Explained, My Music and The Mark Steel Lectures.
5/10 All is revealed on Dave's daughter's trip to see her cousin.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
2/6 The defiant youngster flees to London. Meanwhile, Kate receives unwelcome affection.
3/3 Uncle Silas tells his tale of the womanising shoemaker and the baked potato.
4/4 Richard Cole learns about Genghis Khan and life in 13th century Mongolia.
Young couple Phil and Cath attempt to impose order on their tiny flat.
1/8 Returning from a year in San Francisco, Izzy Comyn lands in a great deal of confusion.
5/6 Geoffrey Wheeler traces the history of the music hall once the pride of Leicester Square.
3/6 Mark Radcliffe profiles a performer who was equally at home in straight or comedy roles.
The cheeky schoolboy screws up after Alfie finds a cash wad from a boozy stag night.
Puns galore, courtesy of comedy maestros Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/3 Murder unites an inspector and professor in a terrifying supernatural journey.
2/2 A spaceship faces an unknown future, hurtling towards the rim of the universe.
4/6 Armando's radio drop-in centre tackles the thorny issues of TV weather and the election.
4/6 Young Pip finds himself adrift at sea. Mark Evans' Dickensian spoof.
1/4 The tale of Victorian Britain's most decorated soldier. Swashbuckling romp from Jan 2008.
3/4 Stand-up with host Simon Bligh, Ian Stone, Ronnie Golden and Jo Caulfield.
Monday 8 September 2008