A series of six light-hearted adventures starring Peter Egan as Stamford Holmes and Jeremy Nicholas as Watson
3: The Case of the Reading Undertaker
Written by GRANT EUSTACE Producer
(Repeated: Wed 12.27 pm)
RONALD FRANKAU, MIKE HARDING , FLANDERS AND SWANN, VICTORIA WOOD, GEORGE FORMBY , NOEL COWARD, GRACIE FIELDS,
JAKE THACKRAY , BENNY HILL,
ARTHUR ASKEY , MAX MILLER , LESUE SARONY, RICHARD STILGOE , THE BONZOS and CHARLES PENROSE are just some of those likely to turn up, as Jeremy Nicholas takes an affectionate look at 100 years of comic song-writing. Producer IAN GARDHOUSE
Sue MacGregor crosses the Channel for a spring trip to Paris, capital of our nearest, but not always dearest, European neighbour.
My Life and Times by JEROME K JEROME abridged in seven parts by PAT MCLOUGHUN. Read by Jeremy Nicholas (1) 'I was born in Staffordshire on 2 May 1859.'
Thus begins Jerome K. Jerome 's autobiography, first published in 1926, the year before his death. (Music: Alschausky's Waltz Aria No 2 for trombone and orchestra) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
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