5/8 Clare is seeing graduate Julian, but his brainy parents make her feel inadequate.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/4 The Yorkshire builders work on the home of a faded Hollywood star.
Humorous songs from David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis.
6/6 When the college gets its own radio station, Colin becomes a playwright (of sorts).
2/6 Can a relationship with her ex-pupil Razors be the best thing for teacher Izzy?
3/6 Stephen K Amos and friends present a stand-up guide to living with technology.
Will a visit to the pier pour cold water on the renovation plans? From November 1983.
Ron Glum is emigrating, but will he get any further than the end of the road?
1/6 Dr Vestler's inhuman hopping skills reveal an unholy project involving animals.
1/6 Chris Corcoran, Lloyd Langford, Rob Deering and Tom Craine join Rhod Gilbert's comedy quiz
Naked Scientist Dr Chris Smith and musical comedian Boothby Graffoe join Fred.
BBC Radio Scotland
4/5 Mary Ann turns detective, and Michael decides to open up to his mother about being gay.
BBC Radio 4
5/6 Su prepares to take Jeremy home while Abraham prepares to talk to a newspaper. From 2002.
4/6 Comedian Stephen K Amos and guests compile an Idiot's Guide to Crime and Punishment.
1/4 Celebrity spirit medium and psychic Ian D Montfort hosts a brand new comedy series.
BBC Radio 2
The burger van owner from BBC2's Shooting Stars examines the state of the environment.
Tom Wrigglesworth is joined by Lloyd Langford.
1/4 Mastermind intends to kill the audience, unless a brave challenger can defeat him.
Spoofing David Coleman and radio continuity. Sketch comedy from November 1984.
4/4 The comedy trio's swashbuckling tale of Victorian Britain's great twin industrialists.
Friday 8 February 2013