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6/6 A black pudding maker must deal with the consequences of some unexpected ingredients.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Nicholas Parsons welcomes Derek Nimmo, Clement Freud, Prunella Scales and Andree Melly.
2/6 With talk of relocating his company, tycoon Jimmy fancies life as a country gent.
5/6 The couple's German friend Heinrich reveals his thoughts about the war.
5/6 The islanders are bitten by a fitness bug, and an inspector arrives to check Bunty's veg.
2/6 The American essayist's musing on life as an author and a satirical swipe at critics.
When the Captain catches a cold, Murray takes over and chaos ensues. From August 1965.
10/25 The Earthmen overcome the deadly putron ray, but they're not clear of the Thargoids yet.
8/15 Books are plundered, but what the Dickens is going on?
2/3 Sparks enjoys economic prosperity under the Rotarians. But will it last?
2/6 Molly is worried over the impact of ex-hubby Doug's single life on Dawn and Raymond.
Jamie MacDougall sits in for Fred MacAulay and is joined by singer Charlotte Church.
BBC Radio Scotland
5/5 With the heat still on, Bev and Shirley resort to discrediting the hit and run victim.
BBC Radio 4
3/6 Vera Sackcloth-Vest and Ginny Fox pursue DH Lollipop, who writes naughty books.
Janice Forsyth talks to the daughter of Les Dawson about a new book of her father's jokes.
5/6 Stand-up fun featuring David Kay, Kera Murphy, Graeme Thomas and Terry Alderton.
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
2/6 As she settles back into the pub, Nicola struggles to bond with her father Jack.
Comedi gyda'r newyddiadurwr gwaethaf mewn hanes - Teleg Watkins.
6/9 Sandi Toksvig with Susan Calman, Francis Wheen, Rebecca Front and Nick Doody.
The Comedy Club heads off to the Cheltenham Literature Festival for a night of stand-up.
5/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore recall some 1960s cunning villainy.
3/6 Will Sir Lord Knight's campaign over the danger of ads do the business? From May 1987.
1/6 Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.
Janice Forsyth talks to the daughter of Les Dawson about a new book of her father's jokes. (R)
5/6 Stand-up fun featuring David Kay, Kera Murphy, Graeme Thomas and Terry Alderton. (R)
Julia Sutherland introduces a collection of interviews with TV panel show stars.
Saturday 13 October 2012