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4/4 School band memories, and a town planning thriller.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
10/13 With their microscopes in at the pawnbroker, the young medics need cash in a hurry.
1/6 Dave and Cathy leave the city for Drayton Warlock's pastoral idyll.
Christmas special of the multi-award award-winning comedy panel game chaired by Jack Dee.
3/16 Kenneth Horne meets BBC sound effects men and a pantomime horse in The Clissold Saga.
Back in England's days of feudal fiefdoms, one particular chieftain was very hard up.
3/6 Victoria Coren hosts the show that thinks the unthinkable. From May 2008.
1/6 Patrick wonders who Green Day are, and Joe turns into a doting daddy.
Fred is still trying to work out what 2012 was all about - with just hours left to go!
BBC Radio Scotland
2/6 The Kiwi parody band aim for UK fame. Improvised by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.
4/8 Meet Craig Stevens the Ripper Drongo, as the team broadcast down under.
The calamitous story of how a boat packed with comedians sailed from London to Edinburgh.
Roy Boulter's comedy finds two holidaying accountants locked inside a Shanghai warehouse.
6/6 The bumbling student's aim to emerge spiritually becomes a physical revelation.
Chris Harris records the pleasure and the pain of putting on his one man show.
5/6 Special Agent Ond, Alex Salm-Ond, is pitted against old foe Dr No Vote, Alistair Darling.
BBC Radio 4
1/6 With panellists Tony Hawks, Ed Byrne, Lucy Porter and Charlie Higson.
7/8 India: Nicholas Parsons takes the show to Mumbai.
4/6 The travellers have reached... um, well, actually they're lost in the middle of Uzbekistan
William Caulfield and his regular band of comic characters resolve to say goodbye to 2012.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Elis James showcases acts at the festival, with Mike Bubbins, Isy Suttie and Ben Partridge (R)
BBC Radio Wales
1/4 Egypt, where Edwardian adventurer Lord Zimbabwe swashes a buckle or two.
1/6 Danger is predicted for Aristophanes. With Stephen Moore. From December 2000.
4/6 An emergency landing in Spain leads to First Officer Douglas getting the shammy out.
1/4 The comedian aims to prove Belgium is not dull, with the legacy of Jean-Claude Van Damme.
2/8 An extended compilation of the best bits of The News Quiz from 2012, with Sandi Toksvig.
2/8 John and Mary see the New Year in in an inn, and Ken's off to buy a sofa.
2/6 A footballing scandal that, even after many years, those affected are reluctant to talk.
6/6 Roydon Postlethwaite remembers the humanitarian peace worker who smoked like a chimney.
Tuesday 1 January 2013