“I think I was a sociopath as a kid”
Is there anything wrong with a little white lie?
1. A Higher Education
Exploring the fascinating radio contributions of Rik Mayall
A cat and a thermostat and Bristol combine to present Martin with a career-breaking crisis
NEWS QUIZ: Castles, Twitter and Furloughed Horses
Angela Barnes welcomes Professor Anand Menon, Lucy Porter, Neil Delamere and Zoe Lyons.
Howard and Vince take Tony the Prawn to a zoo for animal offenders.
Natalie Haynes tells Eurydice's story from a new perspective. With Llewelyn Morgan.
Searching for Ricky Gervais: with Rhys James & Kerry Godliman
Jamie & Spencer’s quest to track down Ricky Gervais continues!
Peter Fincham and Jon Plowman talk to John Lloyd and Sir Tony Robinson about Blackadder.
Actor, raconteur and impressionist John Sessions tells some entertaining linked stories.
Desiree Burch discovers Danny Brown
Desiree discovers the Detroit rapper's Atrocity Exhibition.
Are celebrity clones and imposters walking among us?
WFH: With Tony Pulis
Discovering Delap’s throw, the Sixteenth Chapel and coaching Crouchy.
Tom takes an emotional journey exploring his profound relationship with his granddad.
Phil Wang Wangsplains the contentious topics of our time.
Andrew Maxwell presents some of the best comedians from wherever in the world they are.
A stand-up intervention with comedy star Tom Allen.
Episode Four: Winter
Mark Watson continues his doomed quest to understand the world.
A celebration of the late star of I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue, Tim Brooke-Taylor.
Ian McMillan chairs the literary quiz with David Stafford, Dillie Keane and Arthur Smith
The 71st series of the multi award-winning comedy panel game chaired by Jack Dee
Rufus Hound, Roisin Conaty, Alex Horne and Paul Sinha devise their own panel show games.
Angela Barnes leads a panel of comics and journalists in rounding up the news.
Gary Robertson, Kiri Pritchard-McLean and John Scott
Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.
A funny turn from the Round Table Knights, and a bona peek in Kenneth Horne's wardrobe.
Sherlock Holmes plays Cluedo in this sketch comedy starring Robert Webb.
The new yoghurt for women, and meet Britain's best police tortoise.
In the concluding episode, John apologises for a delay and wonders what his hobbies are.
To mark the end of the series, it's panto time! With John Cleese. From January 1967.
World premiere of an incredible lost Jane Austen novel, completely made up on the spot.
Third Time's A Charm
A collection of classic radio fluffs and bloopers.
More radio ridicule from Jon Holmes, including Thought for the Day... for Satanists.
My Stag Movie, part 1/2
The veteran auditionee recalls how talent lurks in the unlikeliest places.
Maddox's future is uncertain as a rather shady character plans to buy the newspaper.
Newly re-elected MP Jim Hacker is summoned to the PM's office.
Arthur is struck dumb by a film star and Douglas has to disguise thirty knights in a hurry
Match of the Day
Jealous Faith is swamped with advice over Bill and his ex-wife Liza.
Caroline and Sylvia are dubious over a new client.
Maria and Richard are forced to take in lodgers to pay off debt.
Peter and Sam receive a chilly warning about an imminent danger to their pensions.
A lockdown special of the Radio 4 phone-in show, hosted by the legendary Gary Bellamy.
A Pleasant Yet Dull Life Re-Evilled
Pip Bin is beginning to miss the conflict with absent evil nemesis Mr Gently Benevolent.
A celebration of forgotten moments from Sir Tom Jones' career, presented by Michael Sheen
The production team follow a family around in a subtle fly-on-the wall style.
How Not To Live
Choice chapters culled from classic novels you've read before. Well, nearly.
Neil Finn Saves the Day!
After the band splits, Jemaine holds auditions in the toilets.
John Shuttleworth invites the stars to sing his songs. This week, it's Mari Wilson.
An interesting offer from Belinda leaves Nigel reeling.
A comedy telling the stories of the greatest ever Welsh people through song.
Alex Horne and his band try interactive cookery, and Kevin Eldon joins them for a song.