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2/6 With Sue Perkins, Euan Ferguson and Richard Herring.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Freshly qualified as a management consultant, Santa's son has big plans for the North Pole
2/6 Terry and Sandra come to blows when his ex winds up staying at the community centre.
6/6 The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson meet a member of the Moriarty family.
2/8 Author Christopher Brookmyre talks to comedian Shappi Khorsandi. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
A festive mix of chat, music and comedy to start Christmas Day.
BBC Radio Wales
Faith's children and Bill's ex-wife threaten her dream of a perfect Christmas.
The late Eric Sykes, in conversation with Paul Jackson, recalls his early years in radio.
BBC Radio 4
5/6 A new and terrible danger threatens Britain.
Eddie Izzard introduces the final episode that Eric co-wrote with Spike Milligan.
Curmudgeonly author Ed Reardon leads us through the ups and down of his Christmas week.
The comic tells a disability affairs specialist how he coped with hearing and sight loss.
What could possibly go wrong when three hapless coppers stake-out a bank raid?
The music, recollections and luxury item from the comedian's second spell as a castaway.
It may be Christmas, but Fred is still at work.
Sir Timothy Cratchit's selfish Christmas in Africa is rudely interrupted.
By Eric Sykes' favourite writer, a slice of not-so-everyday suburbia. Stars Deryck Guyler.
The comedian shares his literary and poetry favourites.
Comedians Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders entertain with music, famous guests and gossip
BBC Radio 2
Hardeep Singh Kohli brings you great gags, one-liners and stories.
The King of Comedy hosts half an hour of festive frolics. From December 1987.
1/6 Upstairs Downton with the Windsors and the Middletons. Plus a spoons solo.
6/6 Mister Gently Benevolent unveils an advent calendar of evil culminating on Christmas Day.
William Caulfield and a cast of comic characters make Christmas merry and bright.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
3/4 Competitive capitalism engulfs the CyberPass Bistro as Merv creates an internal market.
4/4 While Satan is away morally cleansing the media and internet, revolt is brewing in Hell.
4/6 Suffragettes split the family, sparking drama at the races.
1/8 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
1/8 The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth.
Wednesday 26 December 2012