6/6 Celebrating Ray's civil partnership, drunk Brian learns a lot during the speeches.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/6 A paranoid bassoonist is on board, while in the cockpit all bets are on.
Anna Chancellor on theatre double bills; Richard Bacon on hidden talents; Cerys Matthews.
4/6 The National Theatre of Brent illuminate the lives of siblings Charlotte, Emily and Anne.
4/6 Ed finds himself an unlikely star of local radio.
Through pages and chapters, the fate of Neddie Seagoon is in the hands of the writer.
A bungling burglar, a struggling pianist and the Clegworthy family's Sunday. From 1971.
Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
4/6 The true meaning of birdsong is revealed. Julian Pettifer features in the cosmic comedy.
Fred finds out about the technology behind Team GB's paralympic athletes.
BBC Radio Scotland
Can James overcome his lifelong Egyptian Queen obsession and find a real girlfriend?
3/6 With several other men vying for her attention, Izzy tries to break up with Razors.
5/6 Ed lends some authentic 'oldenspeak' to the modern gaming fraternity.
BBC Radio 4
1/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist reveals what's next in the future of mankind.
2/4 Perpetually unemployed and friendless loser Angus Dry agonises over the death of a bee.
2/4 John discovers that Jesus wore glasses, but what happened to them?
Wednesday 2 May 2012