3/3 Malcolm and Polly set alarms ringing, and the Laughing Dog secrets are finally revealed.
4/6 Captain Vimes tries tracking the dragon, and the Librarian travels in time.
1/8 Racehorse trainer Jack Haythorne's party ends in tragedy. But is it just an accident?
7/15 The Englishman meets a wild cat who joins him in his hideaway in the Dorset countryside.
13/20 Becky and Rawdon make a tactical visit to relatives, and Becky finds a new companion.
3/4 Pip and Thomas get more than they bargained for when they attempt to infiltrate a gang.
Yoda calls Directory Enquiries and Obi-Wan Kenobi calls the Dorchester Hotel.
3/6 The Mock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inducts fresh members, and there's a new curator.
2/6 The naive gap year student lands in Beijing for his Duke of Edinburgh Award challenge.
3/4 Becoming a 'breatharian' has disastrous consequences.
3/4 Abandoned Mary returns to the Cornish coaching house, where an angry mob confront her.
The ultimate one man show written and performed by Michael Bentine. From January 1984.
Steve Race is in the chair for the panel game with John Amis, Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
3/8 Jim Hacker sets an example in his plans for a slimmer Civil Service.
4/6 More ad-lib fun with Stephen Fry, John Sessions, Kate Robbins and Griff Rhys-Jones.
2/8 Tony Beach goes wine and whisky tasting in the cause of criminal investigation.
8/15 His cover blown in Dorset, the Englishman is pursued by both police and enemy agents.
14/20 A cash crisis forces Amelia to make a terrible decision about little Georgie's future.
4/4 With a young girl in danger, Pip and Thomas investigate a sophisticated vice ring.
4/4 After encountering the brutal wreckers, Mary finally learns who was in charge.
5/13 Transcendental instruction given by Jo Kendall, Nigel Rees, Chris Emmett and Fred Harris.
Drama serial set in and around a busy medical practice in West London.
4/5 The scientist explains how mountaineering led him to research treatments for lung problems
1/12 William receives a key from his brother James and heads to Provence where a mystery begins
2/3 How to fund a protest and acquire a good legal team. Read by Derek Fowlds.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
1/6 Phyllis King and Ivor Cutler present offbeat humorous songs, stories and poems.
6/6 With the writer's publisher and his wife due for summer drinks, the sprinkler comes out.
1/2 A scientist's attempt to make her gene discovery public knowledge does not go to plan.
5/6 The dragon strikes. Captain Vimes gets his man, but can he hang onto him?
1/8 A change of scene in the Big Apple for some of the team, but Mike Channel is left behind.
3/4 How to be a politician - and tabloid obsessions.
2/5 Biting news satire with TV evangelism, Alan Partridge and yogurt lids.
Friday 18 January 2008