1/12 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
Roland is enamoured by a beautiful visitor to the hotel, which riles Caroline.
Comedy. Three bachelor friends discover their girlfriends are pregnant.
BBC Two except Wales
4/6 On a school trip, Alfie and Miss Gulliver take their pupils to a petting zoo and a museum. (R)
5/6 Alfie steps in as coach when Abbey Grove takes on the local public school at football. (R)
6/6 Pickwell has designs on getting Fraser's job, and it is election time at Abbey Grove. (R)
3/8 Christopher Brookmyre talks to the fantastically honest stand-up and writer Sean Hughes.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/6 Best loved as Tinker Dill in 90s TV hit Lovejoy, Dudley Sutton reminisces about his career
6/6 Dale Maily is at London's Gay Pride looking for some answers to homosexuality. (R)
The comedian's doctor prescribes him a sunshine holiday. Sitcom starring Harry Worth.
1/6 The Thompsons meet daughter Rachel's new American husband Cuckoo for the first time. (R)
8/8 Nicholas Parsons gives fiendish topics to panellists including Jenny Eclair and Tony Hawks
Kenneth Horne presents the torrid tale of the Sultry Seductress from Seville.
1/25 Evil monsters await the supreme spaceman, the voluptuous Carla and boffin Dr Gitfinger.
2/8 Albert introduces his fiancee to a surprised Harold. Adapted from TV.
3/4 What to donate to the harvest festival and interesting things to put on a bonfire.
6/6 It's the end of the line for Patrick, but Joe and Maria may have some good news to share.
Fred is joined by Jack Dee and Autumnwatch's Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes Games.
BBC Radio Scotland
Clive Anderson is joined by Lenny Henry, Laurence Fox, Danny Wallace and Simon Garfield.
5/6 Justin has to cope with a chance of his big break.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
3/8 Del can't resist the chance of buying 250 18-carat gold chains from a retired jeweller. (R)
6/10 Audrey makes the most of helping Devere by pretending she's his wife.
1/6 John Lloyd and Jimmy Carr with Dr Erica McAlister, Dr Jan Bondeson and Al Murray.
BBC Radio 4
2/13 With choirmaster Gareth Malone, rapper Wretch 32 and guest host Example.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
3/4 Back where it started out - Matt Lucas and David Walliams' TV smash hit without cameras.
6/6 When Mrs Khan suggests inviting the Parvez family to the wedding, Mr Khan has a dilemma.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
2/6 Gary is offered a new job by Captain Fanshaw during a competitive skills exercise.
BBC One Scotland only
9/21 Peter's little white lie snowballs into far bigger lies, until he is worshipped as a god. (R)
4/9 An extended edition of the News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
6/6 Nessa and Dave prepare for marriage, and Stacey has some life-changing news for Gavin. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales only
10/21 Peter and Lois become political opponents in their bid to become school board president. (R)
4/19 Stan accepts an endorsement from the local chapter of Gay Republicans. (R)
4/6 John Shuttleworth's worries over hidden dangers aren't shared by agent Ken or wife Mary.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
5/19 Stan tries drag racing after Francine tells him that she wants to spice up their marriage. (R)
Tuesday 2 October 2012