4/6 The landladies' accountant and clergy guest discover they've something in common.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/6 Brian Perkins, Kate Robbins and Jeremy Hardy recall a year of turbulent upheaval yet to be
4/6 Ex-con Terry is asked to be a school fancy dress judge, but can he make up with Sandra?
3/6 Will a protest stop the sales and prevent Mick from going Dirty Dancing with Valerie?
4/6 Twisted Gardeners' Question Time, and car alarm revenge. Sharp-edged banter and sketches.
6/6 The Questers find themselves in a prison camp from which no living soul has ever escaped.
Inspector Ned Seagoon investigates the very thorough murder of Lord Cretinby.
3/6 The writer and his wife grapple with their domestic appliances. From May 1981.
6/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comic run through the week's news.
Fred finds out about the science of bread from organic breadmaker Andrew Whitley.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/12 Will an 'arty' weekend at the Welches give Jim an opportunity to impress his colleagues?
7/8 Faith is worrying about money, when Bill gets an unexpected offer. From December 1989.
Coming of age in post-apartheid South Africa, Trevor Noah explores race and place.
BBC Radio 4
4/4 David Mitchell traces the development of British comedy from the 1980s to the present day.
BBC Radio 2
1/6 The naive Budleigh Salterton gap-year student goes fishing on the African continent.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Sara Pascoe chats to Jessica Fostekew.
Comedian James Acaster presents the results of his research into the subject of 'bread'.
2/6 Two of the wartime code-breakers jump at the chance to escape Bletchley Park for Iraq.
1/6 Revealing how fear of flying led to the birth of psychedelia. From September 2001.
1/6 Sketch show mixing up language and sounds. Dogs tell all to Paul Copley and Helen Moon.
Wednesday 27 March 2013