6/10 Searching for Earth, the starship Challenger heads towards star cluster Tersus 9.
1/9 Earth's last living man takes on hordes of plague-infected vampires.
1/5 A deadly air raid, odd goings-on in Nigeria, a rich widow and a grasping family.
1/5 A naive young British couple are swept into the world of espionage. Read by Emma Currie.
6/15 Arriving from Jamaica, Hortense discovers post-war England is cold and dreary.
2/4 Blocked in his efforts to solve the murder of a prostitute, McLevy bends the rules.
5/6 When old chum Ralph arrives with a trophy wife, landlord Jack invents a fiancee.
3/4 Loyalties are split for our hero, as a billionaire plans to demolish his home ground.
1/6 The writer and his talking geraniums outstay their welcome at Craig and Shona's place.
5/6 The family's epic Crimean War struggle of carnage, carnality and cads.
1/6 The story of Alexander the Great starts with royal friction after his birth.
2/6 The Chester-Perry buying clerk tries smuggling a food inspector into the staff canteen.
1/10 Audrey educates the new squire into the ways of the Lord of the Manor.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
6/16 HMS Troutbridge runs aground on a naval exercise, landing Phillips in hot water.
1/4 A special wartime edition of the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
2/5 Love and death are in the air and the Belgian sleuth declines a curious case.
2/5 On holiday in Europe, Frances and Richard try to track down a missing British agent.
7/15 Hortense's landlady Queenie tells of her war job, and her boring husband.
3/4 The detective must secure some rapid convictions, but he's distracted by a woman.
2/6 The youngster is a pawn in his parents' war, and is educated by philosopher Aristotle.
A nagging wife and secrets of the boys in blue. Monologues from the legendary comic.
7/10 Grace turns to her former lover Giles, while her husband is devoted elsewhere.
7/8 Robert Louis Stevenson enjoys views of French mountains feathered with chestnut trees.
77/216 1645 and the Battle of Naseby, which historians believe began modern British democracy.
Zinovy Zinik, Sarah Maguire and Tania Litvinova discuss the top Russian poet of her time.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/8 With digging in the playground, lessons are learned when an old boy visits the school.
3/13 An electrician's visit brings worrying news about the pier.
7/10 The Challenger has found its sister starship, but the crew are living in total isolation.
2/9 Earth's last living man discovers that his wife's tomb is a lair for vampires.
3/4 Hell's got workforce problems, and Satan learns who truly wields power.
1/4 Comedian Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments using light entertainment.
6/6 The frugal comedian features an excerpt from his stand-up show at the Edinburgh Festival.
1/5 Ivor Cutler and friends present poems and songs, including 'I Am a Yellow Fly'.
Wednesday 9 July 2008