5/6 Copper trousers, murderous intent and a paradoxical tale of a misbegotten future history.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/6 Greg Davies, Eggsy, Lloyd Langford and Chris Corcoran join Rhod Gilbert for a comedy quiz.
3/6 Even retired, Mr Holliday still manages to influence the smooth running of King Street.
6/6 Will pregnant Izzy be able to finally settle down with the man of her dreams? From 1993.
6/6 A surprise for 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn, and confusion aboard a boat to France.
2/6 Alex and his five-piece band explore the body, with help from Phill Jupitus and Lady Lykez
3/9 A live drama serial could make money for Troutbridge TV. But can they manage to make it?
A proposed Bindebourne Festival needs some famous guests. Stars Kenneth Horne. From 1949.
4/6 Still single at 41, the barber's mother - and fate - seem determined to take a hand.
3/6 The arrival of Nigel and Michael's father sparks more havoc. From October 2005.
Fred is joined in the studio by violin virtuoso Nicola Benedetti.
BBC Radio Scotland
As Kenneth and Clare move to a smaller house, they get some unexpected visitors.
3/6 Sam attends a long-forgotten uncle's funeral. Peter smells a rat.
BBC Radio 4
Janice Forsyth previews the 2013 Glasgow Comedy Festival.
3/6 Featuring top comedy from Lucy Porter, Brendon Burns, Patrick Monahan and Hari Sriskantha.
10/10 Lorimer Black types up his investigation - for the fraud office. Read by Stephen Critchlow
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
5/5 Parish Council leader Mrs Roberts finds it hard to relax on her holiday. From August 1989.
4/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comic look at the week's news.
Tom Price hosts the show which takes a sideways look at the week's news.
BBC Radio Wales
5/6 The funny man's radio drop-in centre tackles Live 8 and white collar boxing matches.
5/5 Ivor Cutler shares his secrets about moonshine, housemaids and a bully called Smith.
The Comedy Club offers the best comedy around. Plus Arthur Smith chats to Neil Innes.
5/5 Surreal saga of a dynasty delicately balanced on the edge of sanity.
Janice Forsyth previews the 2013 Glasgow Comedy Festival. (R)
3/6 Featuring top comedy from Lucy Porter, Brendon Burns, Patrick Monahan and Hari Sriskantha. (R)
Saturday 9 March 2013