3/8 Clare returns from Australia, but where is Julian? Sarah delves and Eleanor spins.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/4 Saffron is worried because Trevor is staying out after work more frequently.
4/6 When an old musician friend turns up after 40 years abroad, Roy begins to smell a rat.
4/6 Comedian and activist Mark Thomas creates a People's Manifesto.
1/20 Bank manager George Mainwaring sets up Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard.
Cuts are afoot at the BBC, while the Glums get all nostalgic.
1/6 A graduate trainee takes charge of a rural railway station and its eccentric staff.
Fred is joined by Drop the Dead Donkey and Between the Lines star Neil Pearson.
BBC Radio Scotland
4/5 Irene muses on life, death and daughters. Vera is at the vet's having her hip sorted out.
1/8 A new school year, a new face in the staff room and the start of great confusion.
5/6 Mark is in Manchester for thoughts on low-cost housing and novel road safety techniques.
BBC Radio 4
2/6 The devil needs to sort some stuff out with God. But God is off having some 'me time'.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Plus Sara Pascoe is joined by Tania Edwards
1/4 David Lander's four-part expose into the government's behaviour over a town's demolition.
2/5 Action from ancient Greece to 221-B Baker Street. Comedy with guest Ken Campbell.
Friday 3 May 2013