BBC Radio 4 Extra

BBC Radio 4 Extra

The new name for Radio 7. Broadcasts comedy daily at various times, particularly in its 'Comedy Zone' - from 10pm to midnight each weeknight. Original commissions include Newsjack.

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On BBC Radio 4 Extra today

7am
(repeat)
A Month Of June. June Whitfield. Copyright: BBC

A Month Of June

Episode 2 - Lost And Found

June plays retired, eccentric, no-nonsense politician Kate Whittington, who, missing the Westminster limelight has now agreed to appear on TV reality show Lolly in the Loft.

7:30am
(repeat)
Rufus Hound

My Teenage Diary

Series 10, Episode 2 - Ken Cheng

Rufus Hound's guest is the comedian Ken Cheng, who reads from the diary he kept in 2004. Ken talks about his school days, growing up on the internet and what it was like to be a nerd before the days when nerds were cool.

8am
(repeat)
Hancock's Half Hour. Image shows from L to R: Sidney James (Sid James), Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock (Tony Hancock), Bill Kerr (Bill Kerr)

Hancock's Half Hour

Series 3, Episode 14 - The Student Prince

Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock is a loser whose plans and aspirations are continually ruined by bad luck, Sidney Balmoral James or, more often than not, by his own pomposity and ambition.

8:30am
(repeat)
No Commitments

No Commitments

Episode 3.6, A Man Who Cares: Victoria is jealous when Charlotte proudly parades her new lover.

9am
(repeat)
Whispers

Whispers

Series 2, Episode 4 - Episode Four

Valerie Grove and Geoffrey Durham join regulars Lucy Moore and Anthony Holden to play the game that delights in corruption and controversy. Gyles Brandreth presides over subjects for discussion ranging from OJ Simpson to Oscar Wilde.

9:30am
(repeat)
Snap. Copyright: BBC

Snap

Series 3, Episode 2 - Episode Two

Divorced Doug and Molly try changing their least appealing traits. Life isn't that simple.

12pm
(repeat)
Hancock's Half Hour. Image shows from L to R: Sidney James (Sid James), Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock (Tony Hancock), Bill Kerr (Bill Kerr)

Hancock's Half Hour

Series 3, Episode 14 - The Student Prince

Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock is a loser whose plans and aspirations are continually ruined by bad luck, Sidney Balmoral James or, more often than not, by his own pomposity and ambition.

12:30pm
(repeat)
No Commitments

No Commitments

Episode 3.6, A Man Who Cares: Victoria is jealous when Charlotte proudly parades her new lover.

4pm
(repeat)
Whispers

Whispers

Series 2, Episode 4 - Episode Four

Valerie Grove and Geoffrey Durham join regulars Lucy Moore and Anthony Holden to play the game that delights in corruption and controversy. Gyles Brandreth presides over subjects for discussion ranging from OJ Simpson to Oscar Wilde.

4:30pm
(repeat)
Snap. Copyright: BBC

Snap

Series 3, Episode 2 - Episode Two

Divorced Doug and Molly try changing their least appealing traits. Life isn't that simple.

5pm
(repeat)
A Month Of June. June Whitfield. Copyright: BBC

A Month Of June

Episode 2 - Lost And Found

June plays retired, eccentric, no-nonsense politician Kate Whittington, who, missing the Westminster limelight has now agreed to appear on TV reality show Lolly in the Loft.

5:30pm
(repeat)
Rufus Hound

My Teenage Diary

Series 10, Episode 2 - Ken Cheng

Rufus Hound's guest is the comedian Ken Cheng, who reads from the diary he kept in 2004. Ken talks about his school days, growing up on the internet and what it was like to be a nerd before the days when nerds were cool.

6pm
(repeat)
Stairs

Oneira

Episode 3 - A String Of Time

Oneira ends up in the Texan Desert with a dead American comic and a 13th-century Friar.

7pm
(repeat)
Hancock's Half Hour. Image shows from L to R: Sidney James (Sid James), Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock (Tony Hancock), Bill Kerr (Bill Kerr)

Hancock's Half Hour

Series 3, Episode 14 - The Student Prince

Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock is a loser whose plans and aspirations are continually ruined by bad luck, Sidney Balmoral James or, more often than not, by his own pomposity and ambition.

7:30pm
(repeat)
No Commitments

No Commitments

Episode 3.6, A Man Who Cares: Victoria is jealous when Charlotte proudly parades her new lover.

10pm
(repeat)
Rufus Hound

My Teenage Diary

Series 10, Episode 2 - Ken Cheng

Rufus Hound's guest is the comedian Ken Cheng, who reads from the diary he kept in 2004. Ken talks about his school days, growing up on the internet and what it was like to be a nerd before the days when nerds were cool.

10:45pm
(repeat)
The Problem With Adam Bloom. Adam Bloom. Copyright: BBC

The Problem With Adam Bloom

Series 2, Episode 5 - Friendship

Earlier this year, Adam told three of his closest friends what he most disliked about them. This is how they reacted. With Brendon Burns.

11pm
(repeat)
Radio Active

Radio Active

Series 5, Episode 1 - Wimbledon Special

Anyone for tennis? Radio Active's exclusive 'live' coverage from Court 19.

11:30pm
(repeat)
Innes Own World. Neil Innes

Innes Own World

Episode 3 - Episode Three

Breakfast dramas and memories of touring the USA with the Bonzo Dog Band from Neil Innes.

Midnight
(repeat)
Stairs

Oneira

Episode 3 - A String Of Time

Oneira ends up in the Texan Desert with a dead American comic and a 13th-century Friar.

4am
(repeat)
Whispers

Whispers

Series 2, Episode 4 - Episode Four

Valerie Grove and Geoffrey Durham join regulars Lucy Moore and Anthony Holden to play the game that delights in corruption and controversy. Gyles Brandreth presides over subjects for discussion ranging from OJ Simpson to Oscar Wilde.

4:30am
(repeat)
Snap. Copyright: BBC

Snap

Series 3, Episode 2 - Episode Two

Divorced Doug and Molly try changing their least appealing traits. Life isn't that simple.

5am
(repeat)
A Month Of June. June Whitfield. Copyright: BBC

A Month Of June

Episode 2 - Lost And Found

June plays retired, eccentric, no-nonsense politician Kate Whittington, who, missing the Westminster limelight has now agreed to appear on TV reality show Lolly in the Loft.

5:30am
(repeat)
Rufus Hound

My Teenage Diary

Series 10, Episode 2 - Ken Cheng

Rufus Hound's guest is the comedian Ken Cheng, who reads from the diary he kept in 2004. Ken talks about his school days, growing up on the internet and what it was like to be a nerd before the days when nerds were cool.

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