3/4 With the planetary decontaminationists on the run, Arnold's apologetic call is traced.
6/6 Heartbroken Lazarus Long's thoughts begin to turn to home on Earth. Read by Paul Birchard.
4/6 Hired and fired by Aunt Rosa, dark dealings dismay private investigator VI Warshawski.
4/10 With his son missing and a bogus Lew Griffin at large, the detective takes action.
4/20 Lord Warburton is in hopeful pursuit of American Isabel Archer. But he's not the only one.
Miss Pickering has an ulterior motive for a newspaper ad, as do the four gents who reply.
2/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight earthworms, sumo wrestlers and Paddy the dog.
6/6 The best of the station's output, including the 1-minute playwright and 'Spot the Sexist'.
6/6 After the band splits, Jemaine holds auditions in the toilets. From October 2005.
7/7 A distraught Robin Wood turns 40, and The Archers goes sci-fi.
3/6 Jealous Amy skates on thin ice, and Meg glimpses high society.
4/6 The March sisters go on an outing with Laurie's English friends.
5/6 The author and his wife blow hot and cold about refrigeration.
6/6 The GP's attempt at a family reunion leads to some unexpected results.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
2/26 With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring is peeved with Wilson.
3/6 Robin surprisingly brings a friend home, but he isn't all he seems.
5/6 The private eye narrowly escapes with her life as the anonymous phone threats continue.
5/10 The New Orleans detective is on the trail of a missing teenager. Read by Ray Shell.
5/20 After declining Lord Warburton's proposal, Isabel travels to London with Henrietta.
Yearning to be a private eye, the assistant takes on a case behind her boss's back.
5/6 Marmee leaves to care for Father and Beth falls ill.
6/6 Father returns for Christmas and Meg gets a proposal.
4/13 Topics include tone poems and drinking songs in the music quiz, hosted by Ned Sherrin.
Two tales of an unwanted guest and an outspoken hitch-hiker. Read by Crawford Logan.
A profile of Reuben Mattus (1912-1994), the co-founder of Haagen-Dazs.
10/10 With the police on her tail, Holly decides her future. Concluded by Henry Goodman.
10/10 Reconciliation is on the cards, with the recognition of unspoken devotion.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/6 A pensioner disappears on a tiny Scottish island. Lynn Ferguson stars as barmaid Irene.
2/4 Fuller-Carp is distracted by an alluring client, and Ruth babysits an electronic pet.
4/4 Evans the Welsh vigilante aims to bomb the planetary decontaminationists for melting Earth
Dawn is near, and engineer Colin Sherrard is stranded on an asteroid too close to the sun.
6/6 Howard and Vince take Tony the Prawn to a zoo for animal offenders.
5/5 Memoirs of a boy growing up in the 1970s. In the Fens, the full hideous truth is revealed.
3/4 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore probe a dastardly case of felony afloat.
1/6 Performances of a 15-second 'King Lear', the 'Othello' Rap and 'Scottish Highland Discs'.
Saturday 1 December 2007