Janice talks Monty Python and Graham Chapman with the directors of A Liar's Autobiography. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
4/6 Bob's going great guns with an internet bride, until her grandmother makes an appearance. (R)
3/4 The dinner dance is out of bounds, until the buying clerk meets a troublemaker.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/4 Wet noses and wagging tails. Poetry and sketches from Pam Ayres. With Felicity Montagu.
6/6 Will the 1000 Years Festival mark the end of the old courthouse battle? It's summer 1953.
1/6 18th century smuggler Tamsyn Trelawny wants to win 'Peasants Personality of the Year'.
11/28 The American funny man welcomes vocal powerhouses Jearlyn and Jevetta Steele.
Kimberly Wyatt plays Pie Tennis and Matt has the extra bits from Midnight Beast.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
Clasur o'r archif comedi am helyntion tîm pêl-droed Bryncoch United. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
John Rawling, Brian Noble, Greg Brady and Carl Donnelly fight for punditry points.
BBC Radio 5 live
Dwy awr o hwyl chwerthin tynnu coes a cherddoriaeth wych yng nghwmni'r digrifwr Tudur Owen
7/8 Chaired by Sandi Toksvig. With Jeremy Hardy, Francis Wheen, Rebecca Front and Sue Perkins.
BBC Radio 4
1/6 The author gets obsessed with his wife's sense of smell.
5/8 Who is Erasmus? Why is the last King now a Chancellor? It's all to do with Europe.
3/4 Topical humour and sketches from one of the most prestigious fast-food outlets in Cardiff.
BBC Radio Wales
1/6 The radical comic turns his analytical mind to the guillotine and all things French.
3/4 With host Simon Bligh, Ian Stone, Ronnie Golden and Jo Caulfield. From January 2002.
Sunday 3 February 2013