7/8 An extended edition of The News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
6/8 Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. From 1990.
6/6 Son Murray worries that tubby Tommy and Sheila have more rolls than roles. From June 2001.
3/6 The CyberPass cafe is shaken by Neville's shock news that his girlfriend has dumped him.
6/6 When the college gets its own radio station, Colin becomes a playwright (of sorts).
4/6 When his mum falls ill, Martin has to deal with a sister, a van and a moustache.
When he hears his sound-alike in a TV commercial, the lad heads straight to court.
13/14 'The Curse of the Flying Wombat' climaxes - or does it? From December 1966.
5/8 Clare is seeing graduate Julian, but his brainy parents make her feel inadequate.
2/4 The Yorkshire builders work on the home of a faded Hollywood star.
Singer Petula Clark, how to pick paint, and actor Gordon Kennedy's new comedy.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/5 Michael and Jon are reunited, and Mary Ann's relationship with Burke is blossoming.
BBC Radio 4
6/6 Clare is relishing the role of acting team leader at the family centre.
Comedy starring Morven Christie and Siobhan Redmond as ditzy boss Izzy and her PA Janine.
Humorous songs from David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis.
5/6 It's cold, dark and there's no food on board. What better time for Gertie to fall to bits?
Comedians Tony Law and Lucy Beaumont join Tom's Wednesday Night Club.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
4/6 Andrew delivers a themed date for Lind. Dave's former school bully rears his ugly head.
6/6 Sarah's group tackles more problems, including a trapeze artist being bullied at work. (R)
5/6 A provincial theatre company comes a cropper at the hands of a mad playwright. From 2000.
4/4 With 2000 snails in Alex's shed, there are fears that they'll take over the village.
Thursday 7 February 2013