3/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week in stand-up and sketches.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/4 Leading thespian Sir Monty joins the futuristic radio soap and causes quite a stir.
5/8 Where do Faith's children fit in, now that Bill is around?
4/6 Ben and Helen's marriage is at a standstill. Will Dick and Marian get it moving? From 1982
6/6 The actor has a date with an X-rated actress, while Peruvian Flu strikes at the Gazette.
6/6 Vera braces herself for Henry's departure on a Foreign Office posting to Romania.
5/14 The lad fancies himself a food connoisseur, so Sid enters him for an eating competition.
3/14 Bath night for John Cleese - and a nude surprise in an art gallery. From October 1966.
1/6 A manipulative rogue threatens a family's harmony. Starring Bill Wallis. From April 1989.
4/6 The MP for Rotherhurst has a run-in with a precocious teenager with a hidden agenda.
Graeme Virtue reviews the best TV and Psychologist Susan Quilliam on grumpy mornings.
BBC Radio Scotland
4/4 Annabelle is annoyed because Will couldn't stand up to their over-enthusiastic builder. (R)
BBC Radio 4
3/5 What becomes of the fairytale heroine who makes her way back to the forest?
5/6 Patrick is delighted with Alison's new boyfriend, but what about the rest of the family?
1/6 Comedian Mark Steel returns with a new series to look under the surface of UK towns.
Matt has lazily cobbled together a Best Of show featuring One Direction!
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
3/5 Can style-conscious new girl Clover impress the school digging corp? Stars Celia Imrie.
3/6 The team tackle an unusual case of sexual harassment.
1/4 The two lovers are sundered by fate, as Napoleon returns from Elba. Starring Stephen Fry.
5/6 As Rex and landlady Jessica yearn for adventure, they must unexpectedly cooperate.
1/4 A white-knuckle adventure takes reporter Jane and her friends to the Guatemalan jungle.
4/6 Comedy sketch show from award-winning comedian Laura Solon.
Thursday 29 November 2012