4/4 Andrew explores the reasons for joining nationalist organisations.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/6 Vicky and Matt were strangers until they bought a house. Who gets the spacious bedroom?
8/8 With their business struggling, Charles and George turn to nanny.
5/6 Bachelor Robin's parallel universes spark two Arthur Smiths for the price of one.
4/6 Upstairs Downstairs downgraded, and a toy doll with wrinkles. All-women sketch show.
3/6 The ex-variety star has a muddled day at the butchers and at a radio play read-through.
Neddie Seagoon is conned into pinching the keyboard played at the Battle of Waterloo.
4/6 David Jason elects to poke fun at the Houses of Parliament. With Sheila Steafel.
6/6 Steve Punt and Jon Culshaw present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
4/4 The Yorkshire builders need specialist help to fix a penthouse roof leak.
Fred is joined by the ever-effusive ex-politician turned author Giles Brandreth.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/6 A football-crazy priest comforts the bereaved family of a stalwart parishioner. From 1992.
2/6 A lion and the world's first satellite dish spell trouble for Anne and Sam Tree's romance.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Peacock & Gamble are joined by Greg Davies.
3/4 The cosmetic benefits of old men's legs and the Witness Protection Conference 2013.
BBC Radio 4
1/4 The tale of Victorian Britain's most decorated soldier. Swashbuckling romp from Jan 2008.
2/4 As social loser Luke Walsall drives his brother home, a kebab stop turns the night ugly.
5/6 The friendly comedian tells his chums exactly what he doesn't like about them.
Wednesday 6 November 2013