5/6 The comic actor recalls memories of Round the Horne and Dad's Army. From April 1999.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/4 'Big-Hearted' - but also a comedic radical. Mark Radcliffe the Liverpool-born comic.
3/6 Grumpy bachelor Robin learns about his past misdemeanours in his parallel universe.
4/6 With Henning Wehn, Katherine Ryan, Graeme Garden and Lloyd Langford. David Mitchell hosts.
5/13 Kenneth Horne spies a nuclear banana and Kenneth Williams throws a tantrum over the script
5/6 The comedy duo get up to monkey tricks in Ernie's play The Mighty Kong.
2/4 Thom Tuck presents So On and So Forth, That Pair and Sheeps.
1/6 A community of artists in Cornwall bicker over each others' work - and with each other.
Fred has a Bank Holiday Funday in store with bellydancing and a DIY surgery.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/4 Cancel the organic food box, adopt a panda, sell the Cath Kidston potting shed.
BBC Radio 4
4/6 The British ambassador is suspicious over an embarrassing photo of William. From May 1987.
5/6 With Richard Osman, John Finnemore, Lucy Beaumont and Rhod Gilbert. David Mitchell hosts.
William Caulfield performs his characters and live stand up comedy. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
10/12 Ray and Ed join David O'Doherty on a piano underneath Machynlleth Clock Tower.
11/12 Ray challenges Ed to find the smallest venue at Machynlleth.
Mike Bubbins hosts highlights of 2013's Machynlleth Comedy Festival in Wales.
12/12 Ray and Ed chat with Colin Hoult, plus more from Isy Suttie's chat with Gavin Osborne.
4/4 Paul Hamilton looks at pop music's poetic merits, and a tribute to an unheralded genius.
Tuesday 7 May 2013