1/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/8 Faith and teenage son Joe fall out, but is Bill the cause or the cure?
5/6 Reunions top the agenda at the CyberPass bistro, but are they such a good idea?
2/5 Graham finds himself dating two women, and there's a surprise for the other slimmers.
6/6 As Douglas and Herc fight it out over the fruit tray, Martin has the interview of his life
Tired of the lad's big-headedness, Bill and Moira decide to teach him a lesson.
1/14 John Cleese's magic tricks and a talking baboon called Dermot. Sketches with Graeme Garden
7/8 Sarah is irritated by her mother Eleanor's opinions on TV and every other subject.
4/4 The Yorkshire builders are warned over a dodgy landlord, and a birth is imminent.
Fred and Karen are joined by award-winning comedian Mark Thomas.
BBC Radio Scotland
Martyn Wade's comic tale of greed and corruption in Victorian London. With James Grout.
Comedy set in a cafe run by a Scots-Italian family with Jonathan Watson and Dawn Steele.
2/6 Victoria frets over Roger, Charlotte misbehaves badly and Anna is stuck in the middle.
1/6 Sue Perkins hosts the panel show of moral and ethical choices.
BBC Radio 4
It's Tom's Wednesday Night Club with Zoe Lyons and Marlon Davis.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
6/6 Cabbie Mike thinks his number may be up when he is forced to drive Pat to the cemetery.
The Comedy Club offers the best comedy around. Plus Jon Holmes talks to comedian Zoe Lyons
3/4 The perils of decorating and furnishing our homes and then inviting people round. (R)
1/6 Enjoy a display for the worst-selling author of Victorian times.
1/6 Dan Antopolski, Tom Craine and Nat Luurtsema piece together a rapid-fire sketch show.
2/4 Humphrey Ker presents sketch groups the Noise Next Door, the Boom Jennies and Jigsaw. (R)
2/6 Satan introduces historian Edith to Adam and Eve, but they are none too bright.
Thursday 21 February 2013