7/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comical look at everything 'now'.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
8/8 It's Faith and Bill's wedding day - can they manage to tie the knot? From December 1989.
5/6 Eavesdropping on animals and Planet Dull. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's sharp humour.
3/4 Sex, politics and religion make it an awkward visit when an Israeli MP arrives. From 1999.
6/6 Sue Perkins presents the panel show that has no right answers - just deeply damning ones.
The lad is after a new home, but is it really the best idea to get Sid to build it?
7/14 A 'Grim' fairy tale, and a Russian love song (of sorts). Songs and sketches.
5/6 The old rogue's newfound wealth goes to his head, and what's to be done about Father?
6/6 MP Duncan receives an attractive job offer. But will it tempt him away from Westminster?
Susan Calman is joined by comedian Arthur Smith and Graeme Virtue reviews Game of Thrones.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/6 Return of the word-obsessed panel game. Milton Jones and Susie Dent join Gyles Brandreth.
BBC Radio 4
8/12 Margaret confronts Jim for leaving her at the ball, and his response leaves her hysterical
1/4 Comedian Alun Cochrane takes us on a stand-up tour of his house.
It's Tom's Wednesday Night Club. This week with comedians Aisling Bea and Seann Walsh.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
2/6 Radical proposals to improve our lives, with the comedian's relations revolution.
1/4 Matt Berry (The IT Crowd) plays a twisted regression therapist in this dark comedy.
1/4 The late controversial poet Adam Croxton, according to those who knew him.
2/4 Neil's new trilby hat is a flashpoint for an argument. (R)
2/4 Poetry and prose tell a story about moving in with Siobhan and wedding day plans.
2/4 George and Beverly feign death so he can write a book about their children's reactions.
2/4 When cab driver Keith's wife goes into hospital, he's forced to re-evaluate his world view (R)
Thursday 4 April 2013