2/6 David Mitchell chairs. With Tony Hawks, Arthur Smith, Henning Wehn and Graeme Garden.
4/6 Roger plans to surprise wife Victoria, but her sister Anna is not so sure.
4/4 The Home Office wants to use the sci-fi soap to prepare Britain for a post-nuclear world.
Richard Herring, Helen Zaltzman and Lloyd Langford tackle the etiquette of travel.
4/6 Western fan and Sutter Estate barmaid Heather looks for a widower's first love.
The lad takes up sculpting, but when he runs out of rocks, it's Sid to the rescue.
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It's 1902 and British secret agent Seagoon is heading to Dresden on a deadly mission.
3/3 Director Desmond Olivier Dingle leads a celebration of his holiness the Dalai Lama.
4/5 Yvette's dad takes Kelly out. Unlike Ian, Shona adores Beatrix Potter. From January 1996.
4/10 Victor has a tiff with his weighing machine, orders a Chinese and advertises 'cremagrams'.
The best in contemporary comedy. Tonight Arthur Smith is joined by Jamali Maddix.
4/6 The comedy guru's radio drop-in centre examines prison overcrowding.
6/6 Sir Ralph hosts a literary lunch at the Munchbox Cafeteria.
6/6 Dr Berry treats some intimidating East London twins with unexpected past lives.