3/3 Racing against time, Mel battles to use music to thwart a crucial government project.
3/3 Winter falls in Iceland and Ines' transformation has a dramatic conclusion.
2/4 The Elizabethan spy wonders why an unknown patron would fund the worst play ever written.
10/10 The devastated daredevil seeks to take revenge on his enemies, one by one.
15/30 Nicholas is alerted to Sir Mulberry Hawke's treatment of his sister Kate.
6/6 Burglary and violent death among the Surrey gentry, as the sleuth tries to convalesce.
3/6 There's a 'Major' revelation, plus some new rhyming slang. The comic duo review the week.
1/6 The Kiwi novelty music duo try to make it big in the English capital.
1/4 Ninety-something good-time girl Dora spills the beans on the Rat Pack to Martin Kelner.
4/6 Video nasties get their own back on a video shop owner. Starring John Woodvine.
5/5 Mrs Rupa Mehra's attempts to find her daughter a husband force Lata to make her choice.
3/6 Rosie is contracted to organise a literary prize, but things don't go by the book.
7/8 Trouble looms for Bertie when his wild cousins arrive.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
2/2 Poet Lemn Sissay heads north to complete retracing JB Priestley's 1933 tour of England.
4/4 Fogg takes drastic action over the Atlantic, but will he get to the Reform Club in time?
Jonathan James-Moore's inside story of 'Beyond Our Ken' and 'Round the Horne'.
Wealthy businessman Richard Abernethie is dead. His sister thinks it was murder.
5/8 Charles and George hire a secretary to boost their new business.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
6/10 Featuring the tale of a burdened child, who thinks he has clairvoyant powers.
10/13 Stranded in Earth's past, the Voice tries tempting Jet and crew into the city of aliens.
4/13 Hugo Rune and Rizla uncover an alien plot on the Sussex Downs. With David Warner.
Sunday 14 September 2008