3/6 The spoof sleuth probes a monstrous tale of cross-bred plants and humans. From 1999.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/4 The town's Development Association looks set for open confrontation. Starring TP McKenna.
Wendy and Robin's new arrival and Derek's disturbing experience - is there a connection?
4/5 How to get home from the pub. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.
6/6 Alex and his band explore the theme of seasons. With Matt Lucas and Liane Carroll.
Troutbridge TV's new naval show is set to film a minesweeper sailing to the breakers yard.
The Weekly Bind has Mr Mulch's gardening and Patience Gush's poetry.
6/6 The Bishop comes to tea, Maud gets a computer, and there's an incident on the road.
1/6 Which generation is the funniest? With Jon Richardson, Lucy Porter and Adrian Walsh.
Fred asks you to tell him what you are doing at the weekend in only five words.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/4 Recently widowed Tony is introduced to dating website FindthePerfectPartner4u.com.
BBC Radio 4
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
10/12 Jim resolves to win Christine from the bearded sportsman, but he'll have to fight for her.
4/8 A new office arrival causes friction for sweethearts Bernard and Iris.
8/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comic run through the week's news.
2/6 Bullying, and property abroad. Gary Bellamy hosts the spoof phone-in.
4/6 Host Alan Partridge welcomes a Duchess, a young impressionist and some rent boys.
4/4 Richard tells a poignant and witty tale of losing love and putting himself back together.
4/6 With no headliner at The Mallard, newcomer Billy is asked to extend his stand-up set.
4/4 Veteran musician Mike Duggan is offered the chance of a recording contract. (R)
Saturday 6 April 2013