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2/4 The duo's plan for a model village son et lumiere display goes awry.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
6/6 The sofa-bound presenters tackle crises and reveal the popularity of sex.
4/4 Events move rapidly as Julius Hutch undertakes a desperate mission in his eco-protest.
5/6 Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest.
4/6 Confidentiality proves a headache for events manager Rosie in Brighton.
3/4 Kerry Godliman is obsessed with lists - bleaching mugs, napping, sorting out cobwebs.
3/8 Albert and Harold argue over their lack of cash. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
Kenneth Williams and Ted Ray cross their comedy swords. With Miriam Margolyes.
3/6 Ex-convict Terry uses his charm to help a runaway girl to get back on the right track.
6/6 Life looks brighter for Carol and George, but what about her meddling mother-in-law?
Funny ladies Helen Zaltzman and Holly Walsh put their spin on the big stories of the week.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/4 Daisy Haggard is a crisis branding consultant with minutes to avert a boardroom disaster.
BBC Radio 4
Matt Edmondson sits in for Scott Mills - it'll be like his weekend shows, only on Friday.
BBC Radio 1
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
3/6 JB Morton's whimsies. With Richard Ingrams and Patricia Routledge. From November 1994.
Ar drothwy'r Chwe Gwlad, y comediwr Noel James sy'n wynebu ei her ddiweddaraf...
3/9 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
BBC Radio 4 FM
2/2 Comedy writer Gareth Gwynn looks back at BBC Wales Television.
BBC Radio Wales
4/4 A dizzy Indian ad agency, a lovesick lament to Lahore, and the blundering Bhangra Muffins.
The best in contemporary comedy. Tonight, Arthur Smith chats to the mysterious Mr Twonkeys
1/5 4 Extra Debut. The mind of Chris Morris leaks onto radio in this dreamlike comedy.
Saturday 1 March 2014