From Chinese pandas to Putin's crocodile - how countries use animals in diplomacy
BBC World Service
2/6 Simon Mayo hosts the comedy show that pits the comic generations against each other.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
6/45 Mary Ellen McTague, James Durrant and Mark Ellis present their starter courses. (R)
7/45 Mary Ellen McTague, James Durrant and Mark Ellis create their fish course. (R)
8/45 Mary Ellen McTague, James Durrant and Mark Ellis try to impress with their main course. (R)
9/45 Mary Ellen McTague, James Durrant and Mark Ellis present their desserts. (R)
6/12 Twenty contestants take on one of television's largest and most extreme obstacle courses. (R)
10/45 The two remaining north-west chefs cook their four courses again for the judges. (R)
Christian O'Connell is joined by Mark Watson, Charlie Sloth, Kelly Cates & Dougie Anderson
BBC Radio 5 live
30/31 Subjects include Bobby Fischer, Cesare Borgia and British political history 1964-1997.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/26 Captain Sinker tries to train Cook and Line how to be real pirates! (R)
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Dean Jackson and the supreme team with Royal Blood, Rhodes, Uncle Frank and Si Clancy.
BBC Radio Derby
BBC Radio Leicester
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
BBC Radio Nottingham
Medical edition with Ian Bleasdale, Sunetra Sarker and Duncan Preston.
Five contestants compete to win a big money jackpot. Includes the weekend Lottery draws.
Documentary looking at the history of the iconic quiz show. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
With Dean Jackson. The Beat Introducing: The best of under the radar local music.
BBC Two Scotland only
Magdalen College, Oxford and Manchester do battle to become the Champion of Champions.
2/6 Rob is joined by famous faces including Larry Lamb, Deborah Meaden and Julian Clary.
10/12 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
2/6 Three students from the University of Kent take on their professors in the upbeat quiz. (R)
BBC Radio 4