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.
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
4/4 The warring radio duo try an on-air separation. Stars Patrick Barlow and Imelda Staunton.
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. From 1996.
6/6 The writer ponders moving in with his girlfriend, and which geranium is sexiest?
5/6 Sergeant Troy's cruel treatment of Fanny comes back to haunt him. With Janet Maw.
4/6 Tommy has big celebration plans for Sheila, but Lewis gets involved.
2/7 Forced into a meeting at the cottage, Bertie Wooster gets a warning. With Richard Briers.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Peter Sellers' son tells Sally Magnusson about growing up with a famous funny father.
A transatlantic love affair is played out on the telephone.
Scriptwriter Eddie Braben presents his personal highlights from the shows he wrote.
On his second honeymoon, Adam sees his dead mother and is plunged into a dark world.
4/9 Single dad Bryan's son is starting nursery. What could go wrong?
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
An American Independence celebration from the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox.
Jon Holmes and Xanthe Fuller analyse the action from the TV series.
3/4 In the city of the Citadel, novice Brutha stands up to the devious Deacon Vorbus.
BBC 7 pays tribute to Paul Scofield with this 1960s production of The Scottish Play.
Set in a hotel, Peter Tinniswood's last play was created for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield
Sunday 11 May 2008