5/6 It's all hands to the duster as Paul makes an interesting discovery in Ashdown Forest.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/6 Caught verbally abusing a client, an angry senior manager faces his HR officer.
7/8 Trouble's brewing over a pupil playing truant and a strict disciplinarian on the staff.
2/6 Colours nailed to the mast, Robert Wilson gets his party politicals in a pickle.
2/6 Tamsyn Trelawny's band of 18th century Cornish smugglers try to outwit customs officers.
Doctor Neddie tackles a curious epidemic. From November 1954.
5/7 Enter the 'Pardon, Sir?' school of languages.
4/6 The island's neighbours are furious that the town has its own independent public house.
3/6 Divorced Doug and Molly come to blows over his mum Annie, who seems to be going senile.
Non-stop laughs with a look back at the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival shows.
BBC Radio Scotland
Janice Forsyth interviews Billy Connolly and Gerard Butler about their upcoming films.
4/4 Dan McDuff investigates a murdered window dresser, a pencil, a parachute and a cardigan.
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
1/6 The sleepy Irish town rumbles into life at plans to demolish the courthouse for a car park
4/6 Can the coalition cash in by crashing out at the next election?
BBC Radio 4
2/8 Compilation of the best bits of the News Quiz from 2012, presented by Sandi Toksvig.
4/6 Comedian Elis James compares figures in Welsh history to determine Wales' ultimate heroes.
BBC Radio Wales
1/2 The saintly Hope Fraser arrives in Hell, throwing Satan into confusion.
6/6 The Archers and The Waltons with a twist, and the Minx Twins tackle feminism.
1/6 It's New Year in the mortuary and the pathologists must tackle a befuddled mother.
1/6 Bill Clinton's next career move revealed. Northern Ireland's comedy troupe go topical.
Janice Forsyth interviews Billy Connolly and Gerard Butler about their upcoming films. (R)
4/4 Dan McDuff investigates a murdered window dresser, a pencil, a parachute and a cardigan. (R)
Des Clarke presents comedy highlights from BBC Radio Scotland in 2012.
Saturday 29 December 2012