4/4 The clerk feels surrounded by incompetents, so bumbles towards proving his theory.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/6 Simon Mayo chairs. With Jon Richardson, Lucy Porter and Roy Walker.
8/8 Iris is proper poorly, but not quite as poorly as Wilf thinks she is.
1/4 Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls a bullied day boy and his mother. Stars Ian McDiarmid.
The dean is short of cash. Could betting on horses be the answer? Stars Patricia Routledge
24/28 The funny man welcomes bluesman Elvin Bishop and fiddler extraordinaire Sara Watkins.
The actress selects include Arthur Smith Sings Leonard Cohen, Life with Lederer and more.
Loveable Rogues play Pie Tennis with Matt, someone gets a Pie in the face but who???
BBC Radio 1
John Rawling, Iyare Igiehon, Ian Moore and Brian Reade fight for punditry points.
BBC Radio 5 live
William Caulfield performs his characters and live stand up comedy.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
4/5 Satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
BBC Radio 4
Sid James turns property dealer. A dress sparks irritation on a bus. With June Whitfield.
4/13 In a bona disguise, Master Spy Kenneth Horne trails the missing World Cup. From March 1966
Dwy awr o hwyl chwerthin tynnu coes a cherddoriaeth wych yng nghwmni'r digrifwr Tudur Owen
BBC Radio Cymru
4/4 Does power drive you mad? Richard Wilson knows. So do Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
2/6 News of Rex's political career cannot come at a worse time for Mr Chairman.
BBC Radio Wales
Featuring some of the best acts at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival, with Mike Bubbins.
4/12 Isy Suttie, on stage at the Machynlleth Bowling Club, chats to Bridget Christie.
5/6 Greg Davies, Lloyd Langford, Shappi Khorsandi, Sarah Millican and music from Neil Hannon.
6/6 Three University of Leeds students take on their professors in the upbeat quiz.
5/12 Isy Suttie performs with Gavin Osborne at Machynlleth Bowling Club.
England's least co-ordinated cricketer limbers up for Strictly Come Dancing.
6/12 Nick Helm joins Isy Suttie on stage at Machynlleth Bowling Club to chat and sing.
2/4 Paul Hamilton visits some young offenders to demonstrate poetry's rehabilitative powers.
Sunday 5 May 2013