1/8 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/8 The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth. From May 1990.
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 King of Comedy hosts half an hour of festive frolics. From December 1987.
Faith's children and Bill's ex-wife threaten her dream of a perfect Christmas.
4/4 Victor suffers a bank holiday traffic nightmare. Adapted from TV. From February 1995.
4/6 Comedian Mark Steel visits Ottery St Mary in Devon to discuss Coleridge's childhood.
Eric selects a favourite episode he co-wrote with Spike Milligan.
7/14 Making movie news: 'The Lone Hydrangea' and 'The Sound of Monks'.
5/6 The wily poacher's plans for a life of bliss with Nancy hit a snag. From May 1989.
Kettle on, feet up and enjoy the very best of the last 12 months with Fred.
BBC Radio Scotland
Comedians Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders entertain with music, famous guests and gossip
BBC Radio 2
3/6 Bertie Wooster is landed in a pickle over an expensive statue. PG Wodehouse's romp.
2/6 Brian Cox in Brian Elliott, about a boy who D-reams of being a Scientist.
BBC Radio 4
5/6 Mark uncovers an unlikely town rivalry and the story behind a baffling accent.
Rory Bremner looks at the life and career of his hero, impressionist Mike Yarwood.
2/4 The incisive reporter on the pros and cons of bank holidays. From November 2008.
3/5 A visit to the circus heralds arcane amusements. From May 1996.
3/4 The comedian presents more jokes and songs.
2/4 Flatmates Judith, David and Giles enter a writing competition. From June 1998.
Thursday 27 December 2012