3/3 By James Hogg. Lady Wheelhope becomes dangerously obsessed with a mysterious servant.
1/2 Richard Tebrick is surprised by his wife's new habits after she transforms into a vixen.
2/3 Arriving from Jamaica, Hortense discovers post-war England is cold and dreary.
As Robert prepares for college, he's disconcerted by the predicament of brown bear cubs.
Professor Aubrey Manning investigates the ancient Bronze Age mines at Great Orme Head.
Catch up with Punt and Dennis and guests.
2/6 Deputy curator Rod steps up his campaign to save the museum and pursue Prunella.
The Irish comedian entertains an audience in Glasgow at the end of his 1995 tour.
5/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore recall some 1960s cunning villainy.
3/6 A clip-packed celebration of the much-loved comedy actress' career.
1/6 Mark Radcliffe tells the story of 'a gargoyle, a grotesque, and the funniest man alive'.
Mother won't let the cheeky schoolboy keep a pet, but then a wet nose appears.
11/13 A highway robbery romp, and some ancestry one-upmanship between Kenneth, Hugh and Joan.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Peking's British embassy catches fire, so fireman Seagoon posts off parcels of water.
6/6 Jack has flu, so daughter Nicola takes over just as the pub inspectors are due.
3/5 Professor Jeffrey Richards investigates the Catholic parish priest from East Anglia.
6/6 The unusual behaviour of a young man sparks concern in a seaside town.
11/15 Bernard explains how Indian independence is spelling the end of the Empire.
3/4 When a tobacco warehouse goes up in smoke, the Victorian detective sets out to investigate
6/6 The king confronts and conquers, as he faces the end of the years allotted by the Fates.
10/14 Censorship, a ghost story and a depraved dentist. Songs and sketches from June 1967.
1/5 Bored with daily life, two friends plan to escape Meadowbank Old People's Home.
1/5 From Orpington to Cambridge via Marlborough. David Nobbs reads from his autobiography.
81/216 With the death of Cromwell, England once more aims towards a monarchy.
Norbert Lynton, Irving Sandler and David Ross discuss the wild man of abstract art.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/10 Audrey tries to fool Devere that she has been on holiday to Spain.
3/6 When a new face appears in the office opposite Chester Perry, she causes quite a stir.
1/10 The Challenger crew's settled life on planet 'Paradise' is soon to be shattered.
6/9 Crushed by his dog's death, Earth's last living man's vampire quest continues.
4/4 After meeting Rory McGrath on TV, the legendary player is called to Buckingham Palace.
2/6 When the writer's niece and an old pal visit, love is in the air. Or is it a hangover?
6/6 Murder, intrigue and a fast-talking parrot aboard a luxury cruiser.
Tuesday 15 July 2008