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Tuesday 26th May 2015
Buzzcocks fans upset that the show has been axed should look at our second item... good formats often do eventually come back.
We normally send this on a Monday, but as it was a bank holiday, it hit inboxes today instead. If you missed it... Read
Catch up on these new TV episodes from Tuesday's schedule...
Nick Helm turns his personal combination of rage, self-loathing and vulnerability to look at relationships in a way that everyone can relate to: War. With the usual mix of live music and stand-up.
The Friday Street team uncover a scam encouraging people in debt to sell their kidneys on the black market, while the search for another girl abducted by the serial killer leads to a vital breakthrough in the case.
Here is a list of new radio episodes that went out on Tuesday. Catch-up via iPlayer...
Featuring some one-liners, a story about the pub and a top tip to avoid trouble if you come home a little worse for wear.
Mark performs from the Melton Theatre in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, the "Rural Capital of Food": the home of pork pies, stilton cheese, and perhaps not surprisingly the most obese area in the county. Mark also looks into the history of fox hunting, a crime fighting milkman and the Melton Mowbray Town Estate.
Omid Djalili discusses his acclaimed war documentary, plus Oliver Reed, tricky Joe Orton plays, bad TV recordings... Read
BBC Radio Comedy has announced the appointment of two new Contract Writers, Sarah Campbell and Liam Beirne. Read
Ben Miller is to star in Horrible Science, a new children's comedy-entertainment series for Children's ITV. Read
Isy Suttie will host acts including The Penny Dreadfuls, Frisky & Mannish, and Gein's Family Giftshop. Read
A 15-strong collective of comedians are hoping to raise more than laughs when they tackle Hadrian's Wall. Read
Catherine Tate is to return as her foul-mouthed OAP character Nan. She is set to record two specials for BBC TV. Read
Reece Shearsmith, Rufus Jones, Tim Key and Sharon Rooney are amongst the cast for BBC2 comic thriller Stag. Read
An interview with double act Rob Gotobed and Tony Knight. They provide lots of punchline filled answers. Read
Historian Graham McCann has revealed an aborted Morecambe & Wise sitcom pilot. Read
Tom Rosenthal and Naz Osmanoglu's Comedy Feeds sitcom Flat TV has been commissioned for a full series. Read
Laura Marks, the producer and director behind the BBC's Room To Write video sketches, shares some advice: Read
BBC Three's Cuckoo is to return for a third series. Greg Davies & Taylor Lautner will reprise their roles. Read
The BBC has announced six new pilots - SunnyD, Radges, People Time, Fishbowl, Dead Air and Funz And Gamez. Read
The Frog and Bucket club has celebrated its 21st birthday with a blue plaque for those that 'died' on its stage. Read