|01||G-force||20070228||20070301||The call-to-arms transmissions of two field agents are from an organisation so secret it does not even exist.|
|02||A Series Of Psychotic Episodes||20070307||20070308|
|Surreal and sublime sketch comedy from new comic talent Miriam EliaSurreal and sublime sketch comedy.|
Miriam Elia's winning entry, which spawned her own Radio 7 series.
|03||Sportstalk||20070314||20070315||Newcomer Lee Derbyshire brings you 'Sportstalk' - armchair sports commentary for the 21st Century with hosts John Roberts and Terry Fleming.|
The producer was Victoria Lloyd
|Welcome to Wonderworld by Andrew Wallace.|
Please keep your hands inside the carriage and enjoy the ride!.
Climb on board the comedy set in a down-at-heel theme park in the South of England.
Stars Andrew Wallace.
|05||Gus Murdoch's Sacred Cows||20070328||20070329|
|Gus investigates the Sacred Cows of British Culture and asks: Is this cow really sacred? Or is it just a cow?|
The investigative journalist probes the National Lottery and the UK's biggest losers.
Stars Stephen Carlin.
|06||Botley||20070404||20070405||New sketch comedy from Rupert Jones and Tom Bowker.|
|07||Message To Mars||20070411||20070412||John Bowcock won a competition to record a message which will be placed on a rocket for Mars.|
This is that message.
Stars Mark Steele
|09||James Kettle's Skyscraping Ambitions - Making It Big In Business||20070425||20070426|
|Join James Kettle as he tries to make it big in the world of business - like T S Eliot did.|
With Thomas Nelstrop, Holly Walsh and Stephen Carlin.
|10 LAST||Bbc Backchat||20070502||20070503|
|Gareth Gwynn takes a lighthearted look at BBC Radio and TV in BBC7's answer to Points of View and Feedback.|
Gareth Gwynn takes a light-hearted look at BBC Radio and TV - in 7's answer to 'Points of View' and 'Feedback'.
Gareth Gwynn takes a light-hearted look at BBC Radio and TV.