1/4 A childless couple are unhealthily obsessed with a model village.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/6 The sofa-bound presenters look at shopaholics and dangerous ducks.
3/4 Accidental billionaire Julius Hutch tries to invoke ancient laws in defence of his land.
4/6 The struggling actor and mate Murray try out a global food cafe, while Kate has a bad day.
3/6 Rosie's new client is an ex-children's entertainer who is keen to relaunch his career.
2/4 Cancel the organic food box, adopt a panda, sell the Cath Kidston potting shed.
2/8 Albert advises Harold on the art of seduction. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
8/8 Thirsty Jim Hacker's trip to an Arab state sparks diplomatic disarray.
2/6 To help out the community, Terry uses his conman skills to tackle the local crime baron.
5/6 George and Carol return from a weekend away to find a nasty surprise.
Fred looks at how friends and family play an important role in the careers of athletes.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/4 Jo Caulfield and Alan Francis star in this romantic comedy about cold, hard cash.
BBC Radio 4
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
2/6 With Richard Ingrams, John Sessions, Joan Sims and June Whitfield. From November 1994.
2/9 Chaired by Sandi Toksvig. Bob Mills joins regular panellist Jeremy Hardy.
4/4 South Londoner Arthur invites Stewart Lee and Reginald D Hunter round.
5/5 The latest on the 'Penelope Keith riots', and just 38 weeks to Wimbledon.
3/4 A phone-in to matchmake partners, and an Asian Babe fancies a job on TV's Newsnight.
Saturday 22 February 2014