2/6 William and Mary's wedding bells ring, but there's an unexpected guest. From May 1987.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/6 Under the shadow of the Long Mynd, Megan is out to save Gudrun from a plucking.
1/6 A theatre awards ceremony sparks no end of subterfuge for event organiser Rosie.
1/6 Surreal comedy in which a trio of 'posties' get embroiled in escapades. From November 1992
2/6 Frank Skinner tries four new things, including getting a spray tan and eating Jugged Hare.
Is Povey a fraud? It seems so, as the Troutbridge crew race to secure his captaincy.
11/13 TV's famous big red book spells surprises for Jo Kendall, Chris Emmett and Fred Harris.
6/8 Clare's latest love affair proves difficult to keep secret from granny Eleanor. From 1986.
Fred brings more of the Olympics closer to you in a show live from London.
BBC Radio Scotland
5/6 Mimi and Joe turn to the latest parenting theory when their daughter Lucy gets a boyfriend
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Clare English talks to 'rock and droll' stars Ronnie Golden and Barry Cryer.
4/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, John Sessions and John Wells.
Hanes un cwmwd bach anghysbell Cymreig a'i uchelgais Olimpaidd.
BBC Radio Cymru
2/6 Rebecca Front talks to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist Chris Addison.
BBC Radio 4
1/6 The surreal duo try solving the globe's topical problems. From July 1992.
4/9 At a huge society wedding, surely a prospective wife for Jonkers can be found in the crowd
From 10pm - midnight, Sunday to Friday, the Comedy Club has two hours of comedy.
3/6 Third in series of live Now Shows: Comedians reflect the highs and lows of The Olympics.
2/4 Bozo's boxing break means a rock 'n' roll replacement is needed for the band. From 2000.
1/6 Pre-natal beauty therapy hits the headlines. With Steve Coogan. From April 1992.
Clare English talks to 'rock and droll' stars Ronnie Golden and Barry Cryer. (R)
Take a trip down memory lane with Fred Macaulay.
Saturday 4 August 2012