3/6 Sue Perkins and guests try to justify the murder of a pet and the theft of a girlfriend.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/4 Maureen Lipman reinterprets the monologues, letters and songs of Joyce Grenfell.
4/6 Robert Wilson devotes his life to someone's art.
6/6 Jason's dad Eddie attempts a record-breaking electric organ session for charity.
2/4 How working on death row convinced Susan that she was absolutely against the death penalty
5/10 Sheepish looks all round when Bert considers becoming a hairdresser.
Eth wants a busier social life, while Jim and Bentley go to the ballet.
2/4 The town of Waft appears in the Lonely Planet Guide with the advice 'Don't bother'.
4/6 The comedian shares his thoughts on how we spend our leisure time.
Martel Maxwell sits in for Fred MacAulay and is joined by Dr Chris Smith.
BBC Radio Scotland except Highlands and Islands
2/6 Much to Victoria's annoyance, Charlotte abducts her daughter for a frolic in Pimlico.
3/4 How trying to overcome her own depression has convinced Susan we all need to talk more. (R)
BBC Radio 4
3/5 Travels at sea, a magazine for NIMBYs and faking your way in abseiling.
4/4 The themed sketch show made entirely from contributions sent in by the public.
4/4 With 2000 snails in Alex's shed, there are fears that they'll take over the village.
3/4 The dotty management consultants check out Britain's biggest supermarket chain.
Friday 5 September 2014