Journalist and writer Liz Barclay presents the best of BBC Radio this week.
There are some hairy moments in Pick of the Week - and it's not just Sir Bradley Wiggins who's responsible. Three big black hairy figures - the tallest 9 foot - what on earth could they be?
And hairy creatures that inspired a hit song in the 80's - usually found on a common?
Liz Barclay's also been consorting with Benedict Cumberbatch and Bertie Wooster, the composer Howard Blake and an 808 drum machine.
Produced by a clean-shaven Stephen Garner
The Archers (Radio 4, 2pm Friday 21st March)
Afternoon Drama: Rumpole and the Old Boys Net (Radio 4, 2.15pm Thursday 20th March)
Jason Cook's School of Hard Knocks (Radio 4, 6.30pm Thursday 20th March)
New Irish Writing (Radio 4, 3.45pm Friday 21st March)
The Art of Home (Radio 4, 11.30am Thursday 20th March)
Three Pounds in My Pocket (Radio 4, 11am Friday 21st March)
One to One (Radio 4, 9.30am Tuesday 18th March)
Nature (Radio 4, 11am Tuesday 18th March)
The Princes of Denmark Street (Radio Ulster, 1.30pm Sunday 23rd March)
Rejection Notes: The Movie Scores That Never Were (Radio 4, 11.30am Tuesday 18th March)
Today (Radio 4, 6am Friday 21st March)
Gay Rights: Tying the Knot? (Radio 4, 8pm Tuesday 18 March)
Jeeves Live (Radio 4, 7.15pm Sunday 16th March).