2/5 Scientist Clive 55 reconstructs a dead space pirate, who before long is running the ship.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
6/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
6/6 Clive Anderson is joined by Stephen Fry, John Sessions, Rory Bremner and Jon Glover.
8/8 Bill and Faith are about to get wed when the groom receives a shock.
1/2 Poems include Monday Morning Mail and Hats, introduced by Janie Hampton.
3/4 The Meldrews' holiday homecoming proves eventful. Adapted from TV with Richard Wilson.
3/6 Comedian Mark Steel explores reggae, riots and white supremacist gardening in Handsworth.
The lad lives to regret answering a knock at the front door. From December 1959.
6/14 Music for Schools - and The Curse of the Flying Wombat. From November 1966.
4/6 Rosie's plan to live in London suits the old rogue, but where is Father plotting to go?
Fred talks to musician Pat Kane and learns to speak Danish with comedian Emma Kennedy.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/3 Young Lecky and his Uncle rescue the Prince of Wales from the Tyne. With Shaun Prendergast
3/5 There's a major fallout when Vera's theories over Irene's relations spark family uproar.
2/6 Bertie tries to play peacemaker when he arrives at Totleigh Towers. PG Wodehouse romp.
3/5 The crew have some space tourists on board - but it turns into a holiday from hell.
4/6 Comedian Mark Steel visits Ottery St Mary in Devon to discuss Coleridge's childhood.
BBC Radio 4
Gabrielle Aplin celebrates Christmas with Matt and tries her best not to swear.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
1/4 The incisive reporter investigates Britain's public houses.
2/5 Ivor Cutler's unique views on how to promote a child's growth.
4/4 The eve of Waterloo, and our heroes face the prospect of seeing each other face to face.
2/4 The funny musician discovers how death for a rock star can be the start of a new career.
4/4 Jane, Lucy and Amelia try to record the last-known speaker of an ancient dialect.
1/4 The London flatmates throw a party, with dates to impress - and a sandwich-maker to mend.
Thursday 20 December 2012