1/6 Comic electoral shocks galore in Chesbury, as it faces the unlikeliest of new mayors.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/4 New dentist Marty arrives at a very dysfunctional practice. Will he have the patients?
1/4 Murie's injury leads to an unexpected closeness with Phonsie Doherty. With TP McKenna.
2/6 Roy is making a video diary, Chad is giving a speech and Jane finds solace in the weed.
2/6 Edward wakes up with urgent news, but who will listen?
1/4 Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.
7/13 Harold quits for a new career as a TV repair man. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.
The family are planning their summer holiday, but will it be plain sailing?
6/6 It's the end of the school year, and the end of an era.
5/6 Freddy is after buzzwords, but will Maddox's scoop on the Prime Minister get spiked?
Richard Gordon sits in for Fred MacAulay and is joined by singer Horse McDonald.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/6 A classical concert trip. With Jack Docherty, Charlie Higson and Katherine Parkinson.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Y comediwr o Gwm Tawe sy'n wynebu ei ofnau a pherfformio stand yp ym Mlaenau Ffestiniog.
BBC Radio Cymru
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
3/3 By Sanjeev Kohli. Absurdist tale about a man determined to put Bishopbriggs on the map.
4/6 Bill gets an unwanted birthday surprise, while Dennis' attempt to woo Liza backfires.
4/6 Rory and the team are joined by teacher and author Tom Bennett and Prof Gordon Stobart.
BBC Radio 4
1/13 The first heat of the 2013 BBC Radio New Comedy Award, hosted by Susan Calman.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Ray Peacock speaks to David Nobbs.
6/6 After the band splits, Jemaine holds auditions in the toilets. From October 2005.
Saturday 7 September 2013