2/6 Whilst researching asteroids in Egypt, the crew discover ancient aliens.
8/8 Arthur Schnitzler's exploration of jealousy and desire reaches its disturbing conclusion.
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.
1/6 Joy and consternation as Wendy is promoted at work, but Robin is suspended.
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.
3/11 The Brigadier sparks confusion as Abthorpe's 'thunderbox' chemical toilet arrives.
1/8 Sarah is missing daughter Clare, and her mother Eleanor is still very irritating.
1/6 The author writes off his car as a result of trying to help wife Diana find inspiration.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Flavours of Italy, while Eth's claiming Ron Glum is a daddy's boy.
4/6 Going for a drive through a time anomaly, Robin, Leslie and Dirk end up in Texas.
4/6 Convinced that Willy was murdered, Charles Paris consults his solicitor friend.
9/10 False identities are concealed and discovered en route to a climactic duel.
24/30 Will Madeline agree to Arthur Gride's proposal? Dickens dramatisation with Alex Jennings.
4/7 The Baker Street sleuth investigates who's following music teacher Violet Smith.
4/11 All battalion leave is cancelled, as Guy Crouchback finds himself sent into action.
1/5 Clive Anderson is joined by Gyles Brandreth, Jimmy Carr, John O'Farrell and David Quantick
7/8 HE Bates' rural reprobate with a gun? A recipe for disaster, surely!
4/5 Nehru feels cut off from Indira, as tragic events threaten to overtake his family.
134/216 Anna Massey looks at the taxation of American imports and the development of Edinburgh.
Edmund de Waal, Rosemary Hill and Christopher Cook discuss the controversial potter.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/6 Lucy sets up Daniel's party, but their mates seem too busy with kids. From June 2001.
3/6 A faded photograph and a private film show spell trouble for Rabbi Abraham.
3/6 The crew reach the planet Mars, but their welcome is far from warm. With Nicky Henson.
1/2 What power does the family's ancestral home hold over Roderick and Madeline Usher?
3/4 Doon Mackichan's parade of comic characters, with pirate radio street DJ Chantal.
1/5 Dolphins, and Sue Lawley's secret. Nick Golson and Tim de Jongh greet William Franklyn.
1/8 Graeme Garden, Alison Steadman and Barry Cryer star in this citrus fruit of a sketch show.
Friday 26 September 2008