1/3 With music banned in a totalitarian Britain, a battle ensues between good and evil.
The Man in Black reveals how a phone instils growing fear in house seller Mary Luckham.
Colin Dexter's grumpy detective must take on a dead colleague's missing person case.
The inept civil servants get in a jam over traffic and an agony aunt.
Including Knowing Me Knowing You, Ken Dodd's Palace of Laughter, and Listen to Les.
Garrison and the team consider the nature of waterfalls and the Power of Prophecy.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
2/4 Ambitious Becky abandons marriage plans for a job as a governess.
1/5 Angela does her homework, as her mother hosts a drinks party for some intellectual friends
Actress Felicity Finch joins cave artists in their quest to paint underground chambers.
1/3 The gods foretell disaster if a Trojan sovereign's second son is allowed to live.
3/6 Legendary comedy actress June Whitfield joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
The comic actor chooses his favourite tunes and chats about his long career.
A proposed 'Bindebourne' Festival needs some famous guests. From February 1949.
Starring the Salford sausage maker turned monarch of the monologue.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
4/4 Raoul and the Persian enter the Phantom's lair to search for Christine.
1/2 Space travellers trapped on a shuttle to Mars must battle to survive.
Catch up with Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis in their topical sketch and stand up show.
3/4 Stand-up with host Simon Bligh, Ian Stone, Ronnie Golden and Jo Caulfield.
The Canadian stand-up Tom Stade captured at The Stand in Glasgow in February 2005.
Award-winning comics Howard Read and Josie Long head on a 'road movie for radio'.
Monday 14 January 2008