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4/4 Belport tries escapology to woo a music hall singer, but servant Ned is smitten too.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
6/6 Peter and Sam meet, of all places, in the queue for their senior bus passes.
4/6 It all begins with a disappearing car and a little old lady.
1/6 Awkward moments for Izzy with a new school colleague, and she can't forget Bill.
1/6 Eighteenth-century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny wants to win Peasants Personality of the Year.
When the cat's away, the mice want him back! An ambassador in demand. From March 1968.
3/6 The team spoof George Orwell's 1984 and more.
3/4 The dinner dance is out of bounds, until the buying clerk meets a troublemaker.
2/4 Wet noses and wagging tails. Poetry and sketches from Pam Ayres. With Felicity Montagu.
Comedian Kevin Day and podcaster Olly Mann join Fred to review the week's big headlines.
BBC Radio Scotland
5/5 Christmas is coming to Barbary Lane, but what will it bring for Mrs Madrigal's people?
BBC Radio 4
4/6 Son-in-law Blake secretly fits Sandy's new wristwatch with a tiny transponder.
Janice talks Monty Python and Graham Chapman with the directors of A Liar's Autobiography.
4/6 Bob's going great guns with an internet bride, until her grandmother makes an appearance. (R)
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
6/6 Will the 1000 Years Festival mark the end of the old courthouse battle? It's summer 1953.
7/8 Chaired by Sandi Toksvig. With Jeremy Hardy, Francis Wheen, Rebecca Front and Sue Perkins.
3/4 Topical humour and sketches from one of the most prestigious fast-food outlets in Cardiff.
BBC Radio Wales
2/4 The human chameleon's host of comic characters includes a nonagenarian musical diva.
5/6 The sketch show team take their audience on Territorial Army manoeuvres.
6/6 Life and Death prove to be very close neighbours for the staff in the mortuary. From 2006.
6/6 The bickering Blairs and Harry Potter with a twist. Northern Ireland's topical funsters.
Janice talks Monty Python and Graham Chapman with the directors of A Liar's Autobiography. (R)
Saturday 2 February 2013