1/5 It's 1945 and the Allies are certain to win the war. Then an unidentified aircraft appears
1/2 A stranger on a train reveals his secret. 1901 anti-war story with a disturbing vision.
1/6 When explorers return from Peru and fall ill, the intrepid boy reporter is on the case.
1/5 Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot is at a party as a clergyman dies sipping a cocktail.
1/5 Irene and Vera's mutual suitor falls ill. Stars Patricia Routledge and Prunella Scales.
A shy middle-aged woman is forced out of her shell by a 12 year old girl.
3/6 The comedian shares his thoughts on money and shopping. Stand-up and sketches.
2/6 The sci-fi star probes our destinies.
3/4 Graham is joined by mafia expert Jimmy Breslin and a Broadway priest.
4/8 It's Fabric Night! Dan Gaster, Will Ing and Ben Silburn's sketch bonanza.
1/3 The touching relationship between Dr Thorne and his niece Mary.
13/13 It's Bob and Thelma's big day, and he's on tranquilisers. Adapted from TV. From 1975.
5/6 The British ambassador tackles arms limitation negotiations with some verbal gymnastics.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
8/14 The lad is set to be immortalised in wax, but it's not quite how he had envisaged.
4/6 Host Alan Partridge welcomes a Duchess, an impressionist and an MP back from holiday.
2/6 With Professor Calculus in grave danger, the boy reporter and dog Snowy lead a rescue.
2/5 Hercule Poirot is now on the riviera in Monte Carlo, but death appears to be following him
2/5 Wires get crossed as the emails fly. Meanwhile poor Edward is in hospital.
1/5 Watson's ex-commanding officer alarms his family due to an interest in spiritualism.
2/3 Frank's mother is determined that he marries an heiress, not the penniless Mary.
7/8 Harold's wedding day doesn't quite go to plan. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
2/5 As they arrive in Germany for their cycling tour, Harris enjoys wrestling with a hose.
2/5 A mystery veiled woman is at the comedian's uncle's funeral, where the Rabbi is on stilts.
2/216 Caesar invades, but doesn't have things all his own way. Anna Massey narrates.
An arts magazine programme, or just a huge spoof? John Sessions and John Wells star.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/8 A peeved parent asks whether teacher knows best, and Mrs Rudd won't take no for an answer.
2/6 Rosie's company tackles a town twinning, but complications set in.
2/5 Barton and his team head deep behind German lines to track down a terrifying new weapon.
2/2 The anti-war story hero escapes with his wife to shield her from the horrors of battle.
6/6 The Wrath of God is invoked, sparking a heart-to-heart with Satan. From December 1995.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan are back with more banter and sketches.
1/5 The Sheffield singer-songwriter investigates, with the help of guest Patrick Mower.
Wednesday 26 March 2008