5/5 The army closes in on Inchbrae, but can the alien presence be defeated?
A man living in present-day Delhi is haunted by visions of the city's past and future.
3/3 The reappearance of an old flame prompts a trip to France for Charles and niece Lucy.
2/2 VI Warshawski continues the battle to clear herself of a murder that she didn't commit.
10/10 As he helps her recovery, Richardson must face up to what love for Lydia really means.
5/12 After receiving a violent death threat, Colonel Elias Openshaw calls on the detective.
9/9 The comic duo line up gym-training, Paul McCartney and television psychics.
3/6 The sketch team take the audience on an activity holiday.
10/10 Fred MacAulay brings his pick of comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival.
5/5 Arthur is struck by disaster, and Mrs Clennam is finally forced into revealing the secret.
6/6 Son Murray worries that tubby Tommy and Sheila have more rolls than roles.
4/8 Can Bertie beat the odds of disaster in an unusual betting syndicate?
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Roy Hudd's son chats to Sally Magnusson about life with the 'News Huddlines' star.
1/4 Eccentric gentleman Phileas Fogg's new valet Passepartout is hoping for a quiet life.
Among the accountant's picks: The Al Read Show, and Lines From My Grandfather's Forehead.
Raymond Chandler's world-weary private-eye leaves the smog of LA on the trail of a killer.
2/8 Two city gents finally admit they have been sacked and take action.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
3/10 Canadian host Stuart McLean discusses his favourite children's books.
7/13 As Morgan's crew are pursued on the moon's dark side, they drift dangerously off course.
1/13 A young man is mysteriously saved from drowning in 1960s Brighton. With David Warner.
The author reads one of his most endearing works to his hometown audience.
1/4 Classic clips of the disc jockey from his commercial radio peak. Features Captain Kremmen.
Sunday 24 August 2008