Top 20 British radio sitcoms
This page lists the top 20 British radio sitcoms, determined by a combination of the results of previous polls, award wins, and BCG's visitor data.
A radio sitcom based around the day-to-day life of the confused and muddled one-time variety star, Count Arthur Strong.
A science fiction radio comedy series written by Douglas Adams that started off the H2G2 multi-media franchise phenomenon.
Radio sitcom based around a one-plane charter airline. No job is too small, but many jobs are too difficult for pilots Douglas and Martin.
Radio sitcom following curmudgeonly 50-something writer Ed Reardon, and his flawed attempts to escape poverty via literary success.
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.
Musings from John Shuttleworth as we eavesdrop on the semi-detached world of the Sheffield based singer and songwriter.
Radio 4 comedy about a proud Scottish shopkeeper and his tireless quest to please an ungrateful public.
Political satire about five young adults who want to change the world but have no idea how, and little idea why.
Radio sitcom set in Bletchley Park in 1941, about code-breakers who are forced to share a draughty wooden hut.
Radio sitcom set in 1952 that focuses on the experiments of an eccentric scientist.
Highly surreal radio adventures that helped take British comedy into a new age. Starring Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers and Harry Secombe.
Radio sitcom about time travel.
Whilst the Walmington-On-Sea Home Guard are most famous for their exploits on television, they did also carry out their duty on the wireless.
A Radio 4 sitcom about five single, middle aged people living in a converted Victorian house in North London.