2/5 The advance party receives a hostile reception from the bizarre occupants of the village.
Medieval Japanese painter Yoshihide puts his daughter's life in terrible danger.
4/4 Setting out to track down a missing person, private eye Blackburn finds something more.
2/3 PI Carmady approaches Rush Madder about the stolen pearls, but gets in over his head.
7/10 Richardson decides he has to move on. Tom is happy, but storm clouds are gathering.
2/12 Why is a pawnbroker being paid four sovereigns a week to copy out an encyclopaedia?
3/6 Clive Anderson is joined by Stephen Fry, John Sessions, Jimmy Mulville and Nonny Williams.
5/6 Radical proposals to improve our lives with the comedian's emigration shake-up.
7/10 Fred MacAulay brings his pick of comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival.
2/5 Arthur Clennam worries about his parents, but thinks he has found a new love.
9/13 The pier's costume party is going well, until Pike brings a piano.
1/6 A new school year brings campaigning teachers, and congratulations may be in order.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Kenneth Horne sets sail with a tale of Sir Francis Drake - and 'Hornerama' on food.
2/6 A nosey vicar, and life before paternity tests. All-women sketch show with Joanna Monro.
1/3 Victorian detective Charles Craddock investigates the theft of an Earl's painting.
3/3 PI Carmady is out in Westport hunting the stolen Leander pearls, but who is on his trail?
8/10 When Richardson finally returns home, a startling discovery awaits him.
3/12 Can the detective locate a missing husband without leaving 221B Baker Street?
3/5 Discoveries about the Dorrits are revealed, but Arthur is yet to solve his family's secret
Willie Rushton, Tim Rice, Rachel Heyhoe-Flint and Stephen Fry compete over various topics.
3/5 The outlaws have wonderful silk handkerchiefs and William will stop at nothing to get one.
3/8 Joy and George decide to take Elsa on holiday with them.
108/216 Marlborough is accused of misappropriating funds that were meant for the war.
3/5 Helen Young talks to witnesses and experts about the tornado in London's Gunnersbury, 1954
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
2/6 The small-time crime writer is distracted when his wife loses something precious.
4/8 Sarah and her mother Eleanor wage a war of attrition, until Russell steps in.
3/5 Elizabeth begins to work out what has happened to Inchbrae.
A chain of events forces an elderly woman to confront a tragedy from her past.
4/4 Cynthia wants a career, a husband and beautiful babies. But what about her big break?
1/5 Memoirs of a boy growing up in 1970s Cambridgeshire at the hands of his eccentric dad.
8/10 Fred MacAulay brings his pick of comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival.
Thursday 21 August 2008