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4/5 The crew contract a mystery virus which makes them age at an alarming. Sci-fi comedy.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/6 A lion with poor cuticles? A trip to a safari park trip throws up unexpected attractions.
1/8 Nicholas Parsons welcomes Paul Merton, Tony Hawks, Shelia Hancock and Graham Norton.
2/3 Lecky's pursuit of a butcher's daughter threatens his scholarship chances.
3/6 Mr Sims is elected to coordinate school festivities, but he doesn't spot the 'banana skin'
1/6 Robert Wilson discovers acting isn't everything it appears to be.
1/6 18th-century Cornish village sitcom by the writers of Dead Ringers, produced by Jan Ravens
Ed Byrne and guests preview the best Christmas comedy.
HMS Troutbridge joins the British Embassy staff in local celebrations. Stars Derek Francis
4/7 The Martians are coming! Or are they? Is this a spoof? Or a spoof of a spoof?
3/6 As the islanders argue over the club, Irene faces a dilemma over her over a talking dog.
2/6 Divorced Doug and Molly try changing their least appealing traits. Life isn't that simple.
Fred's guests are Kirsty Wark, Johnny Beattie, Stephen Purdon and Libby McCarthur.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/3 Set-backs and surprises unite the family, making Lecky the hero of the hour.
Janice Forsyth is joined by comic book writer Mark Millar and director George Cathro.
3/4 What links a murdered dairy farmer, Gibbon's Sunset Song, a quad bike and some cows?
5/5 Irene discovers her daughter-in-law's awful secret plan, while Vera's future looks bleak.
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
6/6 With Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge, June Whitfield and Joan Sims. From December 1994
5/5 The crew is brought face-to-face with reality when they reach the end of the universe.
1/8 Satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig. With Jeremy Hardy.
BBC Radio 4
3/6 Welsh dragon, Merlin and Fireman Sam. Determining the ultimate mythical hero of Wales.
BBC Radio Wales
Comic play about the French Revolution starring Richard E Grant and The Penny Dreadfuls. (R)
5/6 The man who insists Superman is Indian, and the Bhangra Muffins act cool.
6/6 The sketch show team tackle an odd disease - and a legal Aladdin. Stars Brenda Blethyn.
Janice Forsyth is joined by comic book writer Mark Millar and director George Cathro. (R)
3/4 What links a murdered dairy farmer, Gibbon's Sunset Song, a quad bike and some cows? (R)
Saturday 22 December 2012