The perfect accompaniment to preparing the roast, washing the car or browsing through the colour supplements.
Also, if your local snooker club is closed, don't despair because the next best thing is Give Us a Break.
Producer MICK WILKOJC
Missed the main event?
Someone kicked the radio into the swimming pool?
You couldn't hear for next door's lawn mower? Aunt Nellie turned up again during the Steve Wright show?
Never fear! If you missed anything, the best bits of the week on Radio 1 are here. Producer LOUISE MUSGRAVE
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