Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms trade
An early sampler, this 1960s musical invention's fans include Paul McCartney.
Radio 4 drama
Author Professor Dunning and Inspector Lionheart team up to unravel spooky mysteries
Comedy series written by and starring Andy Parsons
John Bird looks at arguably the most famous and influential comedy club in the world.
Sitcom about a couple experiencing love for the second time
Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish
Andrew Collins explores how and why tribute bands have developed into a huge industry.
Sarah Koenig re-investigates the murder of teenager Hae Min Lee in 1999
Neil MacGregor uncovers the stories twenty objects tell us about Shakespeare's world.
Comic series following the lives of John Shuttleworth and his family
Classic comedy with award-winning actress Dora Bryan and 'king of dirty laughs' Sid James.
The playwright's moving and often funny account of coming to terms with terminal cancer
Up-and-coming sketch groups from the live UK comedy circuit
The sketch show with regulars including Nick Golson, Tim de Jongh and Peter Bradshaw
Everyone's favourite anarchic skoolboy and Curse of St Custards.
Phill Jupitus learns how any poet can rub stanzas with great writers via poetry magazines.
A look at the myths and history surrounding the figure of the snowman.
A young magician is left alone in his master's workshop. Updated version of Goethe's tale.
The struggles of a Dublin theatrical costumier. Classic comedy, with Doreen Keogh.
Classic one-off shows from the writer, musician, poet, soldier, actor and comedy legend.
Clare Balding charts how sport has shaped the British and how Britain has shaped sport
Series of comic plays starring Stanley Baxter
Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims go beyond Round the Horne.
Sue Townsend's much-loved character speaks to the nation and plans a political party
In his 30s, Adrian is now a restaurant head chef and in the middle of a difficult divorce.
Ten years on and Adrian is still deep in unrequited love with Pandora.
Adrian Mole takes charge of the family's festive lunch. Sue Townsend's festive tale.
The follow-up to the famous teenager's Secret Diary is read by Nicholas Barnes.
Comedy series spoofing Sunday newspapers