2/4 The tale of Mr Mississippi and Lorna, Matlock's resident busker and his unrequited love.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/6 Griff Rhys Jones, Kate Robbins and Brian Perkins look ahead to the Year of Toddler Power.
6/6 As Terry comes to the end of his sentence, will he and Sandra finally get together?
5/6 It's charity week at Edge Falls retail park, but Sonya's daughter is after making money.
6/6 Diabolical ways to look after your money. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's sharp humour.
Henry Crun must face the music as a mad assailant threatens the Nation.
5/6 The writer is surprised over his wife's enthusiasm for a day trip. From May 1981.
8/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comic run through the week's news.
The stand-up comedian chats about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans.
Fred asks how you make your best lentil soup. What's your secret?
BBC Radio Scotland
12/12 Some good news leaves lecturer Jim Dixon tickled pink, but he faces a race against time.
Dame Hilda's solution for putting on weight is a tandem bicycle. From July 1984.
2/4 Thom is fascinated by the strangely lucrative straight-to-DVD faith films.
BBC Radio 4
Kane Brown and Miss London are next up. Contains strong language and adult humour.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
3/6 The naive gap year student's South American audio diary of his bird-watching mishaps.
2/4 Matt Harvey presents his poetry cabaret from the Swindon Festival of Literature.
4/6 The Bletchley Park codebreakers must play football against Italian prisoners of war.
3/6 The Brummie musicologist reveals some big rock names who have a lot to thank him for.
3/6 Time warnings from Paul Copley and Helen Moon. Sketch show mixing up language and sounds.
Wednesday 10 April 2013