1/6 A graduate trainee takes charge of a rural railway station and its eccentric staff.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/8 A new school year, a new face in the staff room and the start of great confusion.
4/6 When an old musician friend turns up after 40 years abroad, Roy begins to smell a rat.
Ace sits in for Twin B to kick start your morning with massive tunes and banter!
BBC Radio 1Xtra
1/4 Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls a bullied day boy and his mother. Stars Ian McDiarmid.
4/4 Does power drive you mad? Richard Wilson knows. So do Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
2/13 HMS Troutbridge is Med-bound, but Pertwee's plans don't hold water. Stars Jon Pertwee.
4/5 The showbiz veteran recalls taking on a pupil with incredible results.
4/4 The clerk feels surrounded by incompetents, so bumbles towards proving his theory.
5/6 Simon Mayo chairs. With Jon Richardson, Lucy Porter and Roy Walker.
Gardening expert Carole Baxter explains how to get rid of weeds and answers questions.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/4 The young party idealists' ambition steps up a gear after their summer break. (R)
BBC Radio 4
5/5 Vera uncovers a sinister scandal, and Irene is on her way home. Stars Prunella Scales.
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
8/8 Iris is proper poorly, but not quite as poorly as Wilf thinks she is.
4/5 Satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
2/6 News of Rex's political career cannot come at a worse time for Mr Chairman.
BBC Radio Wales
1/12 Isy Suttie chats to Machynlleth Comedy Festival organiser Henry Widdicombe.
6/6 Things go bump in the night on award-winning Gary Bellamy's phone-in.
2/12 Isy Suttie talks to Mark Thomas about Manifestos, Machynlleth and miserable carriages.
A modern spin on the comedy gang show with Ben Clarke, Barry Cryer and more.
3/12 Isy Suttie explores the world of bi-lingual comedy at Machynlleth.
1/4 Poetry classics and an unusual person trying poetry out.
Saturday 4 May 2013