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2/6 The crew's Magnus Carter reveals the true nature of their new mission.
2/8 Fridolin, disturbed by the revelation of his wife's fantasy, explores his own desires.
2/5 With the detective's dentist shot dead, Inspector Japp has several plausible suspects.
2/10 Syn promises to hand over The Scarecrow to play matchmaker, and deals with an informer.
17/30 Nicholas is pleased with Smike's progress in the garden. Dramatisation of Dickens' novel.
2/5 A doctor calls on the sleuth after the death of his landlord and arrival of some Russians.
1/5 Hellbent on becoming QC no matter what, John Fuller-Carp employs anyone who can help him.
3/4 Another radical proposal as the comedian calls for people to be re-housed at random.
5/6 Howard and Vince try to find new attractions for the surreal zoo.
An office assistant receives an email from 'Piglet' but her reply starts a chain of events
4/6 The true meaning of birdsong is revealed. Julian Pettifer features in the cosmic comedy.
2/2 Oskar discovers sex, jazz and the black market. Will his mad drumming make him a star?
13/13 Pike and Hodges call in a clairvoyant to help them locate the pier's rumoured booty.
5/6 The governors try to balance the school funds in the face of a bid to reduce class sizes.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The gang celebrate crime writer Agatha Twist's birthday.
6/6 The real Sleeping Beauty, and a women's jail. All-women sketch show with Lynda Bellingham.
3/5 Mystery still surrounds the death of the dentist. Was it suicide or was it murder?
3/10 The daredevil takes on a French privateer in the Channel and a local murderer on the marsh
18/30 As he dreams about Kate, Smike gets a shock, but soon discovers a surprising ally.
3/5 Watson meets Holmes' brother Mycroft - and all three tackle the case of a Greek captive.
1/3 In Dostoyevsky's tale of guilt and redemption, young Raskolnikov puts a theory to the test
The Ambassador's not impressed at a directive aiming to improve Britain's image abroad.
1/8 The crafty old rural rogue reveals how he came by a lily which he refers to as 'she'.
3/5 Retracing the crime writer's journey, Andrew Eames stops off for a steam bath in Damascus.
128/216 Despite his achievements in India and North America, Pitt the Elder is forced to resign.
3/5 Peter White sets off to navigate the London tube, shopping and crossing the road.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
6/6 The author and his wife compete to publicise their new books.
8/8 Sarah is off to Florence but worries about her mother, plus there's shock news from Clare.
3/6 After drifting powerless, the crew receives a mysterious message and spots a spacecraft.
3/8 An old friend tells Fridolin of a secret masked ball with beautiful naked women.
4/4 The team wonder why so many men went to 'mow a meadow'.
5/5 Memoirs of a boy growing up in the 1970s. In the Fens, the full hideous truth is revealed.
4/6 The struggling actor and mate Murray try out a global food cafe, while Kate has a bad day.
5/7 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero present a plant psychiatrist and an amoebic 'Top Gear'.
Thursday 18 September 2008