1/16 A man discovers that the power of music can have unlikely effects. With Michael York.
1/8 Nigel Anthony reads the first part of Temple of the Winds by James Follett.
Bizarre coincidences spark a British nuclear submarine's preparations for all-out attack.
Clerical confusion reigns when Noote's friend asks him to marry her. From July 1972.
Armando Iannucci's comedy selection includes I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue.
14/33 The American funny man has comedy and music from Minnesota, from 2008.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
4/5 Mrs Nubbins and the mysterious gentleman try to find Nell and her grandfather.
5/5 Four-year-old Britta and her fearful imagination cause embarrassment for Miss Jenner.
4/6 Tony Hancock's diary, and records banned from the BBC airwaves.
Will the sins of a prostitute mother be foisted upon her daughter? Classic drama.
5/6 In London, Robert gets into trouble and the solicitor's clerk receives an unlikely visitor
6/11 Dickie Henderson wonders if radio comedy really needs an audience. From January 1979.
Brough makes a bet that he can travel round the British Isles in eight days. From 1959.
10/13 Poorly Terry gets some shock news from Bob. Adapted from TV with James Bolam. From 1975.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC Radio 7.
4/5 The tale of the terrifying impact of a medical trial for hypnosis. With Mark Gatiss.
What is the story behind the bizarre circus that rolls into town one Midsummer's eve?
Fresh from 4 - Catch up on the edition first broadcast on 16th January 2009.
2/6 The veteran comic and sharp comedian in the tag talk show. From January 2005.
1/4 Parodying needy partners - sketches and monologues from November 2005.
4/6 The sports agent's rapacious partner finds a perfect new client, but there's a catch.
Monday 26 January 2009