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2/3 Lionheart and Dunning's battle with an old adversary leads them to a strange village.
2/3 Ichabod Crane sets out to win the heart of Katrina Van Tassel.
6/6 Uncle Ralph's scheme has come to nothing. Madeleine has been spared, but Smike is ill.
Two tales of an unwanted guest and an outspoken hitch-hiker. Read by Crawford Logan.
4/4 Mark Tully reports from Calcutta, where poverty presents a moral and perceptive problem.
Fresh from 4 - Catch up on the edition first broadcast on 26th September 2008.
1/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist reveals what is next in the future of mankind.
1/4 The comedy trio's swashbuckling tale of Victorian Britain's greatest sporting hero.
3/6 Bruce Morton talks to the stand-up about surviving the controversial opera Jerry Springer.
3/6 Geoffrey Wheeler crosses the water to see one of the finest venues on the variety circuit.
1/4 'Big-hearted', but also a comedic radical. Mark Radcliffe the Liverpool-born comic.
The cheeky schoolboy must wangle his way to hold on to a newly acquired sledge.
'This Is Your Life' for the unsung Hilary Crabtree.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
Fearless Neddie launches a career as a nude piano dancer with a difference.
6/6 Matthew Kelly joins Sheffield singer John for a special edition of Stars in Their Eyes.
5/8 There's a dramatic turn in the murder investigation, when a fresh body is discovered.
1/10 Ex-Home Office worker Carole Seddon makes an unpleasant discovery on her morning walk.
2/10 After her shocking discovery, Carole Seddon gains a surprising ally in her investigation.
1/5 Back in Cornwall after 60 years, Marjorie Beaumont is coming to terms with her past.
4/6 The sleuth investigates a player's disappearance before an Oxford v Cambridge rugby match.
11/11 Guy Crouchback's crushing terror and experiences of the banality of war come to an end.
9/13 Worries over Bill Oddie's singing voice and Shakespeare's funny side.
6/12 William meets Brent Miller and learns how a key opens more than just a door.
1/5 Perilous journeys from Cairo to Cape Town in the writer's return to Africa.
141/216 The army confronts the Bostonian militia and the American War of Independence begins.
1/5 Fire-proof grease, happy accidents and the doggy doorbell. Presented by Matthew Harvey.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
5/8 Ambassador Mackenzie turns his attention to the ecology of the People's Republic's.
1/6 A manipulative rogue threatens a family's harmony. Starring Bill Wallis. From April 1989.
1/5 A woman claiming her hands are possessed is met with scepticism. Stars Dermot Crowley.
1/4 Terror strikes as the narrator and his companion camp on a remote island.
5/6 After moaning to the corporation, the embittered writer gets a BBC job offer.
5/6 David Jason and chums go fishing, trainspotting and skateboarding.
Sketches from Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam, with some girly gossip at the health club.
Tuesday 7 October 2008