Radio 4 and Radio 7. TBH my DAB is always on Radio 4! There is usually something funny on at 6:30 pm (especially on Monday & Friday) and the afternoon play can be very good (2:15 - 3pm). Woman's Hour is fantastic, I think Jenni Murray is one of the best broadcasters there is. That's 10 - 11 every morning.
My fave prog at the moment is Robert Elms on Radio London, 12-3pm weekdays. I also like lots of R4 but hate You and Yours, Home Truths, Gardeners' Question Time...... Mixed feelings about Woman's Hour, depends what's on and love Veg Talk when its on. Radio 7 is good if you've got digital as its all the comedy shows, plays and book readings from R4 and Onetel (?) is good too my sister says.
Late Junction on R3 10.15pm. Used to LOVE it but can't stay up that late now. If you're an owl... I just like the way the presenter will say 'And now, some Japanese nose flute music, and after that, the latest offering from Norwegian folk composer Tichbo, reinterpreted by the Malian Grandmothers' Choir' and it's all quite a nice late-night vibe.
From Our Own Correspondent, R4, Saturdays 11.30 or Thursdays at 11.
Radio 7 is a lot of the best old comedy from Radio 4.
Davros, I can't disagree with you more about Veg Talk. When I was in labour with ds1 it was Friday lunchtime, and I decided that I would listen to The Archers and the afternoon play but go into hospital at 3pm just to avoid Veg Talk (although actually my waters then broke at 2:30, so I missed the play!)
My DAB really annoys me. I'm a "radio 4 on in every room" kind of girl when I'm being domesticated and running around doing housework. But the DAB is about a second out, so you don't get the pure stereo effect around the house.
I listen to loads on R4 during the week - everything already mentioned really.
I find it can go a bit pear shaped after Home Truths on a Saturday (was best when John Peel did it, of course). Saturday is great on R2. Jonathan Ross is very good, but please please listen to the programmes following him 'The Smith Lectures' and 'Parsons and Naylor' are very funny. Then yummy Dermot O'Leary is on after that playing excellent music.