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3/9 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/4 Australian lifestyle, and a Euro rock band. Sketches and songs from March 1998.
4/6 With Michael messing her about, Izzy's quest to find love gets even more muddled.
1/7 Always on the lookout for work, Robert lands a rather sedentary role.
2/6 When a new rail line threatens a dormouse, Milton decides it's time to put his foot down.
13/20 The lad is set to entertain troops in Malta, but he gets duped into a frontline appearance
2/8 Radio Prune presents A Kick in the Arts, and So You Think You've Got a Feed Line?
3/6 21st-century Jason decides 19th-century Macclesfield needs a decent pub with decent beer.
1/6 The famed improvisation game with Lenny Henry, Dawn French, John Sessions and Stephen Fry.
Fred learns how to find calmness with actor, comedian and author Ruby Wax.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/6 Outrageous fun as Sam, Peter and Kate go to salsa lessons for the over-60s.
BBC Radio 4
Comedian Raymond Mearns presents a mix of stand up and sketches exploring relationships.
6/6 Fists fly when Andy and Robert's football teams meet, but not among the players.
3/6 The local seafarers' pub is serving only coffee. Who better than Milton to sort it out?
BBC Radio 4 FM
4/4 Shappi Khorsandi discusses growing up, with guests Ava Vidal and Ben Okri.
3/4 How did Pharaoh Khufu build that great feat of mankind while maintaining a hashtag game?
2/6 There's a bug going round Spent. With Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith and Mark Gatiss.
3/6 The funny, sad and bewildering interactions of a community psychiatric nurse's rounds.
3/6 The cult series hits Lancaster University. Starring Stewart Lee and Richard Herring.
Thursday 6 March 2014