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5/6 A pupil faces up to boarding school life with a fearsome headmaster and a head boy bully.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
BBC Home Service pilot show with Nicholas Parsons, Beryl Reid and Derek Nimmo. From 1967.
1/6 An accountant tackles a tycoon over his number of women workers.
4/6 Wendy adopts a dog which adores her, but hates Robin.
4/6 Tales are being told in town. Moira's acting oddly, Bob's ignored and Irene's confused.
1/6 Recalling his childhood discipline, and the perils of agreeing without understanding.
Captain Povey is moving house and needs to shift furniture. Step forward Pertwee.
5/25 Held hostage for their brains, can Kremmen and his crew evade their evil captors?
7/15 The team take the Dinosaur Cheese Interlude test.
1/3 Satirical soap opera telling the everyday story of country folk. With John Bluthal.
1/6 Divorcing from Molly, Doug is furious to hear about her party. But is all as it seems?
Welsh songstress Charlotte Church and former X-Factor winner Matt Cardle are on the show.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/6 Plagued by writer's block, novelist Ginny Fox visits Vera and Henry at their castle.
BBC Radio 4
Julia Sutherland talks to funnyman Andy Zaltzman ahead of his Scottish gigs.
4/6 Hardeep Singh Kohli hosts stand-up with Elaine Malcolmson, Vladimir McTavish, Keith Farnan
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
1/6 When a landlord's daughter offers to help run the pub, his reaction is unexpected.
Comedi gyda'r newyddiadurwr gwaethaf mewn hanes - Teleg Watkins.
5/9 Sandi Toksvig with Jeremy Hardy, Hugo Rifkind, Susan Calman and Francesca Martinez.
6/6 Tom Jones Comprehensive faces closure to make way for a new super academy.
BBC Radio Wales
3/4 Another radical proposal as the comedian calls for people to be re-housed at random.
Arthur Smith explores Soho with Shappi Khorsandi.
2/6 Prime Minister Action Man explains himself to the nation. With Hugh Laurie.
4/4 Sean Foley and Hamish McColl learn the art of subtlety by visiting a Jane Austen novel.
Julia Sutherland talks to funnyman Andy Zaltzman ahead of his Scottish gigs. (R)
4/6 Hardeep Singh Kohli hosts stand-up with Elaine Malcolmson, Vladimir McTavish, Keith Farnan (R)
Scott Agnew presents a Glasgay Festival Special.
Saturday 6 October 2012