1/10 Francine insists that Stan and Hayley spend an entire day together. (R)
3/10 Francine finds herself idolising a group of women who seem to have it all. (R)
6/6 Dave Lister and the crew get answers they don't want, to questions they're afraid to ask.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Stand-up comedy featuring Jason Byrne, Andrew Maxwell, Mark Watson, Ava Vidal and more. (R)
The Bishop regrets inviting the Dean to his birthday dinner.
6/6 Cantankerous bachelor Robin makes a vital discovery about his parallel universes.
6/6 Nicholas Parsons is joined by Jenny Eclair, Tony Hawks, Richard Herring and Paul Sinha.
Kenneth Horne's freedom of Gigglesway - and 'Hornerama' probes love and marriage.
9/13 Harold fancies France, but Albert is not so keen. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.
1/6 By Bill Dare. Satirical adventure with strange tales from Brian's undiscovered continent.
4/6 Can struggling journalist Maddox make a splash with a political corruption tip-off?
Stephen Jardine talks to Celia Imrie and MacBeth Director John Tiffany.
BBC Radio Scotland
Clive Anderson with Miriam Margolyes, Barrie Rutter, Michael Winslow and Danny Wallace.
3/6 Comedian Mark Steel visits Basingstoke to find out what makes this town distinctive. (R)
BBC Radio 4
4/6 Renowned clarinettist Jack Brymer joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
1/6 57th series of the multi-award-winning comedy panel game chaired by Jack Dee.
12/16 When Brian gets busted for possession of marijuana, he starts a campaign to legalise it. (R)
3/7 Marcus Brigstocke, Lloyd Langford, Mitch Benn and Laura Shavin join Punt and Dennis.
13/16 Stewie and Peter take to the gym after Stewie gets beaten up by a girl. (R)
3/5 Expectant mum Geraldine's angry, Shona's upset and Yvette feels queasy. From January 1996.
7/19 Stan rediscovers his passion for figure skating but gets too competitive. (R)
A lawyer and his girlfriend plan to renovate a decrepit house in the New York suburbs.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
8/19 Roger and Steve set their sights on fame and fortune in New York City. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Tuesday 26 June 2012