1/6 Steve Punt, Susan Calman and the Now Show team present a comedic look at the week's news.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/4 The warring radio spouses welcome Mike Smith and Sarah Greene. From January 1999.
2/6 With the press on the prowl, Ambassador Mackenzie's memoirs spark Embassy havoc.
3/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls his most memorable detentions.
3/8 The Luton Laureate entertains with songs and poems about glasses, with the Popticians.
3/6 Miss Tilling is getting in touch with her spiritual side, but vicar Timothy is not so keen
The lad gets triskaidekaphobic over the recording of the show between numbers 12 and 14.
7/13 Bill Oddie sings the 'Baby Samba' and Professor Prune loses his trousers. With John Cleese
5/6 The old rogue has something he wants to ask Nancy, but Father has his own plans.
2/6 Hack George Cragge hunts a serial killer, while the BBC tackles spin. From November 1999.
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/10 Vera fears malaria, while puzzled Irene thinks her house is being staked out.
5/6 Butterthwaite's frustrated cub reporter Graham faces a steep learning curve.
A showcase of up-and-coming comics from the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe, hosted by Mark Watson.
BBC Radio 4
6/6 The comedy ace and chums ponder why some sporty types resemble vegetables.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Tom Wrigglesworth chats to Jason Manford.
5/6 Nigel tries to get his online music lessons up and running.
2/6 Samuel turns his shop into a bar, and an old flame called Ingrid turns up.
1/4 Are there civilisations on other planets, and, if so, why do they never call? (R)
2/7 The ground-breaking phone-in show, hosted by the legendary Gary Bellamy.
Thursday 3 October 2013