With Patrick Moore, Kenneth Williams, Derek Nimmo and Clement Freud.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/6 Whiz-kid Jimmy and staid Russell clash over a business takeover. From January 1988.
1/4 Ruth fakes a family for a client and John Fuller-Carp fiddles the books. From March 1999.
1/8 Izzy returns from a year in San Francisco - and lands in a great deal of confusion.
4/6 Featuring a story involving his sister Tiffany and some more diary extracts.
Ordered on to a Nato exercise, HMS Troutbridge's crew find themselves up in the air.
10/15 Desert Island wobbles and quirky documentaries. Stars Jo Kendall. From January 1978.
1/6 Takeover tangles at Chester-Perry. Stars Michael Williams. From March 1999.
4/6 Molly doesn't care who her ex-husband Doug dates - but she still wants all the details.
Olly Mann and Elvis McGonagall fill Fred in on the five things we didn't know last week.
BBC Radio Scotland
5/6 Vera and husband Henry are summoned to London to provide 'fun' for Ginny and Lionel Fox.
BBC Radio 4
Janice Forsyth is joined by Arthur Mathews, co-creator of Father Ted.
1/6 The first episode looks at discipline and time out for holidays.
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
7/7 Mrs Ransome meets a young man who solves the burglary mystery.
4/6 Jack's birthday coincides with the arrival of a ladykiller wooing Mrs D.
Comedi gyda'r newyddiadurwr gwaethaf mewn hanes - Teleg Watkins.
8/9 Sandi Toksvig with Jeremy Hardy, Hugo Rifkind, Roisin Conaty and Kevin Day.
2/7 Tom Price asks the questions in the comedy news quiz, with Ruth Jones among the guests.
BBC Radio Wales
1/4 Four female friends cope with life, work and men (or lack of them).
From 10pm - midnight, Sunday to Friday, the Comedy Club has two hours of comedy.
5/6 The town of Microcosm is set for revenge, greed - and attempted murder.
3/6 Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005.
Janice Forsyth is joined by Arthur Mathews, co-creator of Father Ted. (R)
1/6 The first episode looks at discipline and time out for holidays. (R)
Richard Cadey introduces comedy writers, including Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong. (R)
Saturday 27 October 2012