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6/6 Megan Jones snubs the Carnival Queen contest and heads off to see Nana.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/6 The sofa-bound presenters look at cults and the plight of the homeless.
2/4 After tackling the developers directly, should Julian keep his cards closer to his chest?
3/6 After playing a gay miner, the struggling actor finds greater fame dressed as a strawberry
2/6 Rosie's company tackles a town twinning, but complications set in.
1/4 Avoid eBay, descale kettle, buy jeans, tone upper arms, retrieve asthma pump from hoover.
1/8 Card sharks fleece Harold, so Albert steps in.
7/8 Jim stands firm against government surveillance, until his own life comes under threat.
1/6 Convict Terry is challenged to revive a rundown community centre.
4/6 Maureen becomes embroiled in George's secretive lifestyle.
Gardening expert Carole Baxter returns with her gardening surgery.
BBC Radio Scotland
A vicar appoints a widower as church safety officer, but he proves to be accident prone.
1/4 By Dave Florez. Comedy about a care home radio show.
BBC Radio 4
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
1/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, John Wells and June Whitfield.
1/9 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
1/2 Comedy writer Gareth Gwynn looks back at BBC Wales Television.
BBC Radio Wales
3/4 The Londoner invites Micky Flanagan and Nat Luurtsema round to his place.
Arthur Smith is spending his Valentine's Day with Ivo Graham.
4/5 Chris Morris hosts the news spoof, and the sport must go on for bereaved Alan Partridge.
2/4 A new interpretation of classic song 'Fifty Ways to Leave Your Mother'. Stars Nina Wadia.
Saturday 15 February 2014