1/6 DI Sleet enlists the help of Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing to solve the latest murder. (R)
Comedy. A British groom travels to the outback to marry the woman of his dreams.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
1/6 Nick Helm kicks off his comedy extravaganza and reveals his dreams. (R)
3/6 Chad and Roy get a little too well acquainted. Stars Geraldine James and Alistair McGowan.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/6 Clare has mysteriously fled her honeymoon and returned to work.
1/4 In 1961, Hugo battles to save his futuristic soap set in 2006.
6/6 Ed finally becomes a contestant on the Radio 4 seminal quiz What Do You Know?
2/13 Harold is furious when his date is late for dinner. Starring Harry H Corbett.
13/13 After Henry's behaviour at a party, Jennifer tries to be 'with it'.
1/6 Worried Victoria takes action when daughter Emily decides to enrol at drama school.
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The speaking furniture in the flat of fledgling publisher Miles comments on his love life.
Matt Edmondson sits in for Scott Mills - it's like a normal afternoon, only different.
BBC Radio 1
1/7 Sales are down, so the management decide to open an hour early. (R)
2/6 Gruber's dog has the sausage with the painting, so Gruber offers to make yet another copy. (R)
7/7 Penny is slightly apprehensive about her decision to set up home with Vince again. (R)
7/8 Charles and George's DIY skills arouse their wives' suspicions.
Holly Walsh presents the comedy panel show tackling the social minefield of modern life.
BBC Radio 4
10/12 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
11/12 Russell Howard picks his best bits from this series of the topical comedy news show. (R)
3/4 Former head of output Anna Rampton has been crowned director of better.
1/4 A group of young idealists try to set up their own political party.
1/9 A night of comedy to ease you through the election. Andy Zaltzman chats to Jon Holmes.
7/18 Brian becomes famous when his new book is a bestseller but feels he has sold out. (R)
The owner of a near-bankrupt shoe factory is inspired by a drag queen to diversify.
BBC Two England, HD only
4/6 Outraged by an optician's dispute, Arthur seeks high office in the council elections.
8/18 Will Brian's canine kidney be compatible for Peter when he needs a transplant? (R)
2/9 Here's some advice on storming an election - from an expert.
The story of how Dave Podmore, England's most mediocre cricketer, was elected MP.
8/19 Bullock strikes a deal with the Smiths that they will all give something up for Lent. (R)
3/9 Andy Zaltzman chats to Angela Barnes.
2/6 Comedian Henning Wehn looks at British politics.
2/18 Peter's mother gets a divorce and he feels abandoned. (R)
10/20 The lad battles for a seat in parliament. Stars Sid James and Kenneth Williams.
1/8 Newly re-elected MP Jim Hacker is summoned to the PM's office.
4/9 Andy Zaltzman chats to Jon Holmes.
1/8 Expect no bias as Radio Active Chairman Norman Tonsil stands as an Independent Candidate.
1/6 Prentiss McCabe try to save New Labour from total voter humiliation.
5/9 David Mills shares his thoughts.
Tony Blair and William Hague lead the battle in the 2001 general election.
6/9 Jonny and the Baptists play us a song.
As vote counting commences, Roy Hudd lampoons the candidates from Thatcher to Kinnock.
6/9 Two police officers plunge out of their depth when an undercover operation goes wrong. (R)
7/9 Andy Zaltzman chats to Angela Barnes.
1/6 The frustrations of a backbench MP. Topical sitcom from Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
4/13 The comedy team sweep to a political landslide. Stars Jo Kendall and Nigel Rees.
8/9 David Mills shares his thoughts.
1/5 Parish Council leader Mrs Roberts battles on with her village toll tax. From July 1989.
9/9 Jonny and the Baptists play us a song.
Sir Gregory decides to take action over the bumbling bureaucrats.