6/6 David Mitchell chairs. With Arthur Smith, Phill Jupitus, Tony Hawks and Graeme Garden.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/4 The Chester-Perry buying clerk crusades to improve conditions for cleaning ladies.
1/6 Robert Wilson discovers acting isn't everything it appears to be.
3/6 Lovelorn Jason Conroy gets poetic and faces trouble at a gig for some scouts.
3/4 Looking back at a week's worth of broadcasting...that never happened.
2/10 Horace gets himself in trouble by hosting the village horticultural show.
Dick Bentley and Jimmy Edwards ponder their future, while the Glums meet Eth's family.
1/6 The comedian chronicles his life from childhood to fatherhood.
Fred is live from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with David O'Doherty and Josie Long.
BBC Radio Scotland except Highlands and Islands
Education and money - can you have one without the other?
4/4 Thom Tuck brings this episode's sketch group showcase from the Edinburgh Fringe.
BBC Radio 4
7/11 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
6/6 Divorcee Carol tries to sell covers - for cushion covers.
Diane Morgan chats to musical comedian Tom Adams.
1/4 Return of the themed sketch show made entirely from contributions sent in by the public.
1/4 Fed-up Alex has done nothing since university, but then he discovers an unusual hobby.
4/4 After meeting Rory McGrath on TV, the legendary player is called to Buckingham Palace.
Friday 15 August 2014