2/6 Pip and Harry try to rescue Ripely, only to find evil Mister Benevolent got there first.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/6 The couples need to talk, but is a cosy chat really what's on the agenda? With Jim Sweeney
6/6 Terry and Sandra face the threat of the community centre being closed. Stars Karl Howman.
5/6 Dave and Cathy face a hectic weekend of visitors to their cottage. From May 1994.
2/6 When burglars visit the CyberPass bistro, Merv decides to stay up and take action.
4/6 Les Dennis tries cheese for the first time and gives his verdict to Marcus Brigstocke.
Downing Street is keen on atom-free rubbish in case of radiation, but so are the Russians.
1/6 The author gets obsessed with his wife's sense of smell. From September 1979.
6/8 An extended edition of The News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
5/8 From St Francis to Buddhism. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.
Fred talks to comedian Tim Fitzhigham and finds out how to be like chef Jak O'Donnell.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/5 Mrs Madrigal and Edgar indulge in some afternoon delight, and Mary Ann settles in.
BBC Radio 4
5/6 Will hard-up Tommy and Sheila's trip to Australia ever get off the ground? From June 2001.
5/6 Dame Jenni Murray cooks her first healthy meal and gives her verdict to Marcus Brigstocke.
3/6 Office life, relationships and 'Lossie Come Home'. Award-winning monologues and sketches.
5/6 With comedian Dave Gorman and newspaper columnists Matthew Parris and Julia Hartley-Brewer (R)
5/7 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero present a plant psychiatrist and an amoebic 'Top Gear'.
3/6 The sci-fi star probes cloning and what to do with our waste. From July 1993.
Wednesday 30 January 2013