4/5 Could Jackie Lamont's disappearance be linked to six children burnt in the 17th century?
7/10 Serena Joy reveals a radical solution to help Offred's attempt to bear her a child.
8/10 Offred comes across her old friend, in very disturbing surroundings.
3/6 VI Warshawski investigates who sabotaged her car.
9/10 With his life unravelling, the detective leaves home with a cryptic message for Don.
9/20 Madam Merle attempts to find Osmond a rich wife, introducing him to Isabel in Florence.
1/12 Herod - tyrant or peacemaker? Dorothy L Sayers' cycle of plays on the life of Jesus Christ
3/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis spotlight dodgy space probes and a teddy for men.
1/6 Radio Active goes continental with reporters in Berlin, Paris and Madrid.
1/4 Back at the Cyber Pass cafe, Chantal's biological clock is ticking, so the hunt is on.
1/6 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero probe the French Revolution and Frankenstein.
1/2 'I would give my soul to stay young'. A vain aristocrat makes a dangerous pact.
6/6 The author and his wife Diana hear some bumps in the night.
1/6 The GP moons over Nurse Angus, while Cameron tackles two arch enemies.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
3/26 The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox.
4/6 Wendy adopts a dog which adores her, but hates Robin.
4/6 Following a stay in hospital, Chicago private eye VI Warshawski heads to Canada.
10/10 Adrift in New Orleans in search of his son, the detective meets a stranger.
10/20 On her trip to Rome, American Isabel Archer is surprised to bump into Lord Warburton.
2/12 How John the Baptist always spoke his mind. Dorothy L Sayers' plays on the life of Jesus.
2/2 The aristocrat is living a life of selfish pleasure. But is retribution on the horizon?
5/13 Ned Sherrin chairs the music quiz with Philip Robinson, Catherine Wills and John Tracey.
A refugee from the Russian Revolution is running a successful night club in Montmartre.
The assassinations of Lincoln and Kennedy. Plus UN debate on war with Afghanistan.
5/10 The claim for insurance sparks repercussions for loss adjuster Lorimer Black.
5/5 Soaking up culture and off to a pub, the American author concludes his journey.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/6 Barmaid Irene wonders why her crooked brother has returned to the tiny Scottish island.
3/4 A legal firm invites John, Ruth and Hilary to a team-building exercise in the country.
5/5 Jackie's telepathic powers attract the evil attentions of the eerie Cranford family.
9/10 Offred embarks on Serena Joy's plan and witnesses the brutality of the new regime.
10/10 Serena Joy confronts Offred in the climax to the dystopian vision of female subjugation.
1/5 It became a TV smash hit, but Lucas and Walliams' oddball comedy premiered first on radio.
Sir Henry loves his cakes, but could they be his downfall? With Stephen Fry.
4/4 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore probe a murder and false accusations.
2/6 The truncated treatment is given to the Richards, Henrys and a few more royals.
Saturday 8 December 2007