1/6 Convict Terry is challenged to revive a rundown community centre.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/6 Maureen becomes embroiled in George's secretive lifestyle.
A vicar appoints a widower as church safety officer, but he proves to be accident prone.
1/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, John Wells and June Whitfield.
2/6 Rosie's company tackles a town twinning, but complications set in.
24/32 The funny man celebrates Shakespeare with guitarists Sergio and Odair Assad.
Selections include Hello Cheeky, King Cutler, and I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again.
Nick Frost plays Leave It Yeh!
BBC Radio 1
With guests Carl Donnelly, Matt Lawrence, Dougie Anderson and Iyare Igiehon.
BBC Radio 5 live
Dwy awr o hwyl chwerthin tynnu coes a cherddoriaeth wych yng nghwmni'r digrifwr Tudur Owen
BBC Radio Cymru
1/9 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig. (R)
BBC Radio 4
1/2 Comedy writer Gareth Gwynn looks back at BBC Wales Television.
BBC Radio Wales
1/4 Grumpy Victor Meldrew is about to lose his job. Adapted from TV, with Richard Wilson.
10/20 The lad battles for a seat in parliament. Stars Sid James and Kenneth Williams.
6/6 Featuring Matt Kirshen, Tim Vine and Pippa Evans as twisted country singer Loretta Maine.
5/6 Tom Robinson joins the quick-fire comic for stand-up, sketches and music.
Whoopi Goldberg entertains a New York audience on Broadway in 2006.
Sunday 16 February 2014