1/6 On asteroid patrol in Egypt, some of the crew meet mysterious strangers inside a pyramid.
7/8 Fridolin returns to the house of the masked ball to find the woman who saved his life.
2/6 Actor Charles Paris meets student Anna and makes a discovery about Willy's death.
7/10 Are Sir Anthony's smuggled barrels quite what they seem? And is Syn about to found out?
22/30 Arthur Gride has an unwelcome proposal in store for Madeline Bray. With Alex Jennings.
2/7 The Baker Street sleuth probes the case of a young solicitor accused of murder.
2/5 Incompetent pompous barrister John Fuller-Carp ends up on the wrong side of the law.
1/4 The comedian has more radical advice for his fellow man - get yourself a boyfriend.
6/6 Howard and Vince take Tony the Prawn to a zoo for animal offenders.
A grown up Jack, on his way home from intimate surgery, encounters a school bully.
5/6 What do shipwrecked objects have in common? Cosmic comedy of connections.
2/11 With Guy Crouchback disgraced after battle training, the fearsome Brigadier appears.
10/10 Station Master Horace takes on the bolshie buffet staff.
6/6 It's the end of the school year, and the end of an era.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
The team tackle the story of Hans Liszt.
1/6 Joy and consternation as Wendy is promoted at work, but Robin is suspended.
3/6 With Willy dead, Charles Paris questions the owner of the student actors' house.
8/10 Captain Foulkes pays Syn a visit, and The Scarecrow meets Robespierre in Paris.
23/30 Mrs Nickleby is flattered by the attentions of an amorous old neighbour.
3/7 The detective probes why a child's scribbles spark tragedy for an old Norfolk family.
3/11 The Brigadier sparks confusion as Abthorpe's 'thunderbox' chemical toilet arrives.
1/6 Simon Brett challenges crime writers Tim Heald and Jessica Mann.
6/8 The cantankerous rural rogue has a close encounter with a pig. Read by David Neal.
3/5 Indira Gandhi's father Nehru learns of her search abroad to cure her sick mother.
133/216 A time of inventions, salons and smuggling in eighteenth century Britain.
3/3 Professor Eric Hawkins recalls how being a wartime soldier influenced his future ethos.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/6 The author writes off his car as a result of trying to help wife Diana find inspiration.
1/8 Sarah is missing daughter Clare, and her mother Eleanor is still very irritating.
2/6 The crew make a discovery in Egypt, while stowaways are reported on the Mars-bound ship.
8/8 Arthur Schnitzler's exploration of jealousy and desire reaches its disturbing conclusion.
1/6 Baltimore shopkeeper Samuel Oliphant has much to worry about. From January 2000.
5/6 Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest.
6/7 Salty talk show host Jelly Stinger meets some fishy guests.
Thursday 25 September 2008