2/3 As the Inspector fights for his life, the Professor discovers a sinister beast.
1/2 Space travellers trapped on a shuttle to Mars must battle to survive.
3/6 Nicholas and new pal Smike set out for London, while his sister Kate struggles.
When her husband's colliery goes on strike, a wife tries to gain a share of his strike pay
From Mumbai, Ardashir Vakil's personal view on the Zoarastrian religion.
5/6 The funny man's radio drop-in centre tackles Live 8 and white-collar boxing matches.
5/6 Pip falls in love but great drama awaits. Dickensian spoof stars Richard Johnson.
2/4 The story of Victorian Britain's most respected detective.
4/4 Simon Bligh hosts the stand-up with Andrew Maxwell, Pierre Hollins and Simon Evans.
6/6 Now a symbol of the city's regeneration, Geoffrey Wheeler meets staff and performers.
4/6 Mark Radcliffe presents a profile of one of Britain's most popular radio comedians.
The cheeky schoolboy causes havoc when he thinks Mr Higginbottom's having an affair.
More puns courtesy of comedy maestros Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Ace investigator Neddie Seagoon must solve a crime, and the link to Moriarty's sock.
3/6 Tony Hart visits Sheffield singer John as he tries to paint the lounge for wife Mary.
1/5 The murder of the Belgian detective's dentist sparks a chain of even more gruesome events.
1/10 The swashbuckler reveals his daring plan for the Scarecrow's escape. Read by Rufus Sewell.
16/30 Alfred Mantallini's melodrama increases when he asks for more money. With Alex Jennings.
1/5 The regimental honour of the Royal Mallows is at stake when an officer is found dead.
1/2 As Hitler rises to power, three-year-old Oskar decides he doesn't want to grow up.
6/13 The great Sir Ruddy Shame, and the Ghost of McMuckle Manse.
6/7 Horrified by the betrayal of his best friend, Howard decides to take action.
1/5 Andrew Eames retraces the journey of Agatha Christie after the break-up of her marriage.
126/216 Global conflict was raging in the 18th century, particularly between Britain and France.
1/5 Peter White describes how going for a walk can offer him an 'aural relief map'.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/8 Ambassador Mackenzie must tackle the delicate issue of a Briton being held hostage.
2/4 With a new girl in town, the clerk knows his office isn't big enough for both of them.
1/6 A routine trip to the moon turns into a nightmare for Captain Saxon Berry.
1/8 Paul Rhys reads Arthur Schnitzler's psychological exploration of a marriage.
2/6 The curmudgeon is speech ghost-writing and trying to fund his daughter's wedding.
2/6 David Jason tries to crack relationships via computer dating and Punch and Judy.
6/6 Budding starlette Genevieve hits seedy 1920s Hollywood.
Tuesday 16 September 2008