5/6 The wily poacher's plans for a life of bliss with Nancy hit a snag. From May 1989.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/6 Bertie Wooster is landed in a pickle over an expensive statue. PG Wodehouse romp.
4/4 Victor suffers a bank holiday traffic nightmare. Adapted from TV with Richard Wilson.
2/6 Colours nailed to the mast, Robert Wilson gets his party politicals in a pickle.
3/6 Registrar Malcolm Fox is distracted by a breast-feeding mother during a birth registration
Neddie searches for a lost London tram. From November 1954.
Dick Bentley asks Jimmy Edwards for help with a speech, and Ron and Eth ponder eloping.
5/6 It's all hands to the duster as Paul makes an interesting discovery in Ashdown Forest.
1/6 Caught verbally abusing a client, an angry senior manager faces his HR officer.
Non-stop laughs with a look back at the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival shows.
BBC Radio Scotland
Comedians Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders entertain with music, famous guests and gossip
BBC Radio 2
7/8 Trouble's brewing over a pupil playing truant and a strict disciplinarian on the staff.
3/6 The rise and rise of Rupert Murdoch, and how he came to Britain to build a media empire.
BBC Radio 4
4/6 The team are horrified that the media have been invited to Malcolm's citizenship ceremony. (R)
3/6 Mark Watson turns his wit to the subject of virtue, with stand-up comedy on generosity.
4/6 With no headliner at The Mallard, newcomer Billy is asked to extend his stand-up set. (R)
4/4 A wry, startling, in-depth probe into the life of a spoof pop star.
2/4 Mean marketing director John Weak battles to roll out an urgent global website.
Friday 28 December 2012