2/2 Under fire from an old foe, the Time Lord learns about Lucie Miller's future.
8/8 Is this the end of the line for the Time Lord and assistant Lucie?
2/5 In the midst of her grisly murder trail, the detective stumbles on a surprise flirtation.
6/6 War-scarred Bunny returns to London, determined to restore his friend's reputation.
1/15 Jamaican Hortense Roberts emigrates to London. Exploring empire, prejudice, war and love.
The sleuth wonders if extreme professional jealousy is behind a talented professor's death
2/6 The comic duo's sword of satire targets George W Bush and the Wombling Mike Batt.
5/6 Reading's grave-digging Olympics and a profitable lifeboat are on the councillors' agenda.
A unemployment officer resigns after a panic attack. But does a better life await him?
3/6 Time warnings from Paul Copley and Helen Moon. Sketch show mixing up language and sounds.
3/8 Anton wants to learn about sex but is surprised to hear how Liam knows so much.
3/4 Luvverly Fire passes for gardening advice in the six-man sketch show.
1/10 Lizzie and Gaffer Hexam find a body floating in the River Thames.
1/6 The shady lawyer needs patients as he pretends to be a doctor.
1/6 The whimsies of JB Morton, performed by Richard Ingrams, John Wells and Patricia Routledge
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
6/20 When the lad gets a surprise in the cellar, Sid sees his chance to make some money.
2/4 Chris Addison explores human evolution.
3/5 With a fresh killing to investigate, the detective superintendent's love affair hots up.
1/6 A wedding day mystery for amateur sleuth the Honourable Richard Rollison.
2/15 A hurricane in Jamaica exposes a secret and devastates Hortense.
A young girl's suicide sends the priestly sleuth on an internet murder trail.
2/10 A jury has found that Mr John Harmon came by his death in suspicious circumstances.
2/6 This week Andrew Collins and Janet Street-Porter challenge David Jessel and Sarah Kennedy.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
Stan Smith and Blake Morrison discuss the importance of the unfashionable poet.
7/10 Calypso pays a visit to Polly, and discovers her unusual relationship with the twins.
7/8 Tony Benn shares his private recordings. Bumbling spooks can't manage surveillance.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/8 Mr Beeston has worrying news - while Mr Sims and Mr Holliday have more immediate problems.
2/8 With more love entanglements, Izzy is finding life back in England rather confusing.
An all-knowing computer seems to have an independent life of its own.
3/6 A theatre troupe visit the school. With Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith and Mark Gatiss.
3/4 Felchester Rovers take a break in the socialist idyll of El Telvador, but a war is raging.
6/6 It's the Asian station phone-in show's first wedding, but is love blind or stupid?
Wednesday 10 October 2007