4/6 Victoria Coren hosts the show that thinks the unthinkable.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/6 Patrick and Helen have a massive row, while Billy arranges to meet a mystery woman.
3/6 With the council and Sandra both upset, Terry has his work cut out for him.
2/6 Dave learns how the fete unearths the unscrupulous side of village life.
2/2 Poems include The Bumble Bee and My Boy. Introduced by Janie Hampton.
1/6 Marcus Brigstocke invites Meera Syal to try new experiences, including watching football.
Driving a piano on the Great North Road, Neddie must seek Bloodnok's assistance. From 1958
8/10 The showbiz survivor finds himself the stooge in some spin for a popular TV soap actress.
3/8 Sandy Toksvig and Jeremy Hardy battle Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
3/8 From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent offers their definitive history of Earth.
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/6 Sheila raises upset Tommy's suspicions, but there is method in her madness.
2/6 Marcus Brigstocke invites comic Dave Gorman to try new experiences.
BBC Radio 4
4/4 Pamela has had enough of men, including Merv, so she joins a women's group.
2/6 With comedians David Baddiel and Lucy Porter and quiz show presenter Richard Osman. (R)
2/7 Former Loose Ends alumni Dan Freedman and Nick Romero's very own comedy extravaganza.
6/6 Budding starlette Genevieve hits seedy 1920s Hollywood.
Wednesday 9 January 2013