2/4 The town of Waft appears in the Lonely Planet Guide with the advice 'Don't bother'.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/6 Much to Victoria's annoyance, Charlotte abducts her daughter for a frolic in Pimlico.
6/6 Jason's dad Eddie attempts a record-breaking electric organ session for charity.
4/6 There's a strange man around. Why is he interested in the catering team's van?
4/4 Extend civilian partnerships to straight couples, and ban traffic during the rush hour.
2/4 The regular butt of the comedy duo's jokes, Des O'Connor, brings along his angry mum.
The bumbling civil servants must find 5000 boats, fast.
6/6 Richard and Paul are entering a half-marathon, but Maria and Ruby are off down the pub.
Martel Maxwell sits in for Fred and is joined by Mary Berry of The Great British Bake Off.
BBC Radio Scotland except Highlands and Islands
Tensions flare when Peggy Guggenheim and her daughter spend the summer together in Venice.
1/6 Day 30 and Brian has to win the Tour de France to save the contents of Lillian's freezer.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Dechreuwch eich penwythnos gyda Tudur yn cyflwyno p'nawn o hwyl a cherddoriaeth wych.
BBC Radio Cymru
5/8 Sarah and her mother disagree over house tidiness, until a visitor arrives.
6/6 We would like to inform you that Marcus has decided to open a bank. That'll be £25 please.
BBC Radio 4
1/10 Tom Price and guests review the week's biggest stories from around Wales and the world.
BBC Radio Wales
4/4 No electricity means house-husband Tom's family enjoy some rare quality time together.
3/6 The Joy Division musician interviews a fellow Salfordian and punk poet laureate.
2/6 The embarrassing auntie gets hip, and curious memories of the British Raj.
Saturday 6 September 2014