5/6 A missionary expedition leads to peril in the far flung Caribbean.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/4 When the company's dealings become front page news, Simon wonders if he should be forgiven
1/6 Robert Wilson discovers acting isn't everything it appears to be.
2/6 The impressions show that tugs on the beard of news.
4/15 Chris Emmett, Fred Harris, Jo Kendall and Nigel Rees with the first radio motion picture.
2/3 A look back to the year Nineteen Thirty Foot.
6/6 David Mitchell chairs. With Arthur Smith, Phill Jupitus, Tony Hawks and Graeme Garden.
4/6 Ken is trying to relax, but even on a date with Deborah advertising is on his mind.
Fred is live from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Rory Bremner and Gyles Brandreth.
BBC Radio Scotland except Highlands and Islands
4/6 Lucy is in despair about the planet's future and Tom's best friend runs away from home. (R)
BBC Radio 4
2/4 The Chester-Perry buying clerk crusades to improve conditions for cleaning ladies.
3/6 The impressions show that tugs on the beard of news.
6/11 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
3/4 When his son won't be seen in public with him, Adam is determined to prove that he is cool
Diane Morgan chats to musical comedian Tom Adams.
3/4 BBC boffins explore the potential of a nano-technological radio that can be taken orally.
1/5 The Sheffield singer-songwriter investigates, with the help of guest Patrick Mower.
3/6 A grandmother visits a supermarket to buy her grandchildren a meal they won't forget.
2/4 Sarah Millican in Edinburgh with Chris Forbes, Rob Rouse and Brendon Burns.
2/4 Paul Hamilton visits some young offenders to demonstrate poetry's rehabilitative powers.
Thursday 14 August 2014