1/6 Awkward moments for Izzy with a new school colleague, and she can't forget Bill.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/6 Miss Primrose is ordered to travel to South Africa and murder General Cheeseman.
3/6 Robert Wilson is acting in a disorderly manner.
4/6 The impressions show that tugs on the beard of news.
6/15 Queen Victoria complains, and all is revealed in Upstairs Downstairs.
1/9 A trendy couple, and a two-headed giant. Sketches and songs with John Cleese.
2/6 Sue Perkins sets moral and ethical posers for Nick Revell, Danielle Ward, Grace Dent.
6/6 Ad man Ken Handley faces his own emergency when he is coerced into a Samaritans campaign.
Martel Maxwell sits in for Fred and reviews the week's TV and discusses flying etiquette.
BBC Radio Scotland except Highlands and Islands
6/6 Lucy and Tom are not allowed a dog, but their dad is seeing an unstable pet shop owner. (R)
BBC Radio 4 FM
Matt Edmondson sits in for Scott Mills with another round of The Great British Fake Off.
BBC Radio 1
1/4 Maureen Lipman compiles and reinterprets monologues, letters and songs by Joyce Grenfell.
5/6 The impressions show that tugs on the beard of news.
BBC Radio 4
1/6 Sam is getting wed to Eirwen, while Lord Darkness and Kreech try for a baby.
1/4 Dan Antopolski, Tom Craine and Nat Luurtsema piece together a rapid-fire sketch show.
3/5 John goes in search of the blood-suckers of Whitby, with Fame Academy's Alistair Griffin.
5/6 Story about a woman who compulsively views houses. Read by Annette Badlan.
3/4 Richard Wilson explains the long lasting influence Ian McKellen has had on his life. (R)
4/4 Sarah Millican is in Edinburgh for stand-up and chat with Stephen Carlin and Jim Jefferies
4/4 Paul Hamilton looks at pop music's poetic merits, and a tribute to an unheralded genius.
Thursday 28 August 2014