From tackling Britain's recession to film extra of the century. From May 1984.
BBC Radio 7
The showbiz legend gives a lecture to impress the Egyptology Society.
JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
Lord Zimbabwe and Dr Lilac are moon-bound pursuing abducted hillbillies. From August 2000.
Ned's quitting nicotine, but Grytpype-Thynne has other ideas. From January 1960.
The Welsh comedian continues his quest to free us from the seven deadly sins. With Tim Key
Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in 'The Curse of the Blackstumps', plus a very bona ballet.
The veteran of many parts uncovers the truth and falsity of showbiz cliches.
Roger McGough's reflections on the world's inhabitants. Recorded at the Bath Festival.
The pioneering duo Peter Cook and Dudley Moore perform some of their greatest sketches.
The struggling actor and his friends find themselves locked in - a lot! From May 1998.
Landlady Alison tries to avoid a courtship display without a hastily invented husband.
The lad gets triskaidekaphobic over the recording of the show between numbers 12 and 14.
Bill wants Richard and Liza to cool their ardour, and Faith is stoking the fires.
It's audition time in the Hardy household, as Paul's new motorbike gets in on the action.
Is there something fishy about Bernard, besides his VAT returns? With Denise Coffey.
Robert has a disastrous audition, but still ends up getting the part - of a corpse.
The couple's German friend Heinrich reveals his thoughts about the war.
Albert and Harold argue over buying a TV or a car. Adapted from TV. From March 1972.
The writer's struggling for cash and his geraniums whinge about Christmas decorations.
The comedian sets out on his quest to free us from the seven deadly sins. With Tim Key.
Steve Race quizzes John Amis, Frank Muir, Ian Wallace and Denis Norden on buskers.
Pike and Hodges call in a clairvoyant to help them locate the pier's rumoured booty.
Ned Seagoon goes overseas to pursue some stolen booty, but can Bloodnok be far behind?
Audience comedy about a long suffering market researcher, written by Neil Edmond.
Smell your third portion of No Tomatoes, from Paul Copley, Helen Moon and Ian Potter.