2/3 The alien children born in the rural village start to make their presence felt.
4/4 Back from his voyage, the narrator sees a sinister green hand at his window.
1/3 Young Maud Knollyes discovers she's an heiress. Gothic melodrama with Teresa Gallagher.
9/10 After George's betrayal, Anna makes a decision. But has she the resolve to hold to it?
Sitting for her portrait, a woman wonders if the painting will reveal her inner self.
4/4 A veritable fascinating feast from the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
3/6 Pathologist Ruth's fibs over her career and love-life backfire when her mum arrives.
2/6 It's Your BBC phone-in, and a surprise for Snow White.
1/6 Catching a burglar and a big nose shocker. Quick-fire sketches with Susie Donkin.
4/6 Bathsheba's defences are breached to devastating effect upon meeting a dashing soldier.
5/6 Mark is celebrating, but with dog hair in the champers. Can a living legend save the day?
11/13 Sparrow gets inadvertently betrothed, so it is up to Benskin and Spratt to help him out.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
24/26 Jones fights back as a new recruit rakes up their military past.
4/4 The warring radio duo try an on-air separation. Stars Patrick Barlow and Imelda Staunton.
2/3 A young heiress appears to have no choice about her future.
10/10 Anna has succumbed to desire, but can she ever know happiness?
Three couples have their own reasons for returning to the scene of their happiest holidays
5/6 Sergeant Troy's cruel treatment of Fanny comes back to haunt him. With Janet Maw.
Nicholas Parsons welcomes Paul Merton, Clement Freud, Sir Tim Rice and Gerry Kelly.
10/10 Relationships falter when decisions need to be made. Read by Penelope Wilton.
5/5 The writer describes the bizarre traditions that he encountered during his travels.
35/216 Richard is dead, John becomes King and there follows a separation from France.
5/5 The Labour MP tells Anne Perkins of his admiration for communist writer John Strachey.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/7 Forced into a meeting at the cottage, Bertie Wooster gets a warning. With Richard Briers.
4/6 Tommy has big celebration plans for Sheila, but Lewis gets involved.
3/3 The mysterious powers of the alien children start to become destructive.
1/4 Gregor Samsa wakes one day to find himself hideously transformed into a monstrous insect.
6/6 The sketch show team tackle an odd disease - and a legal Aladdin. Stars Brenda Blethyn.
4/6 Graham Fellows' Brummie musicologist reveals what he didn't do in the 1980s.
4/6 The poet laureate of alternative comedy, John Hegley, entertains an audience.
6/6 The writer ponders moving in with his girlfriend, and which geranium is sexiest?
Saturday 10 May 2008