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.
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
4/6 Andrew delivers a themed date for Lind. Dave's former school bully rears his ugly head.
6/6 Sarah Millican plays Sarah, modern day agony aunt dishing out real advice for real people. (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