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: as 11am

: Like They've Never Been Gone

2002 comedy with Roy Hudd and June Whitfield (5/6)

: The Inimitable Jeeves Pearls Mean Tears

PGWodehouse comic tale

: Big Toe Books

Stories, poems and songs

: Dad Made Me Laugh

as 7pm

: Jungle Book

as 7.30pm

: Radio Heads

Jonathan James Moore
Jonathan James Moore selects comedy highlights from his time as Head of BBC Radio Light
Entertainment, featuring episodes o The Million Pound Radio Show (1991); Knowing Me Knowing You (1992); No Commitments (1999); Goodness
Gracious Me (1996); On the Town with the League of Gentlemen (1998); and Choice Grenfell (1998)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan James Moore
Unknown: Jonathan James Moore

: Kind Hearts and Coronets Gilbert Travis

Thomas's adaptation of Roy Horniman's darkly comic revenge tale, starring Harry Enfield as the entire D'Ascoyne clan, with Michael Kitchen and Lindsay Baxter

: Hordes of the Things

1980 Lord of the Rings parody by Andrew Marshall and John Lloyd, starring Patrick Magee (4/4)

: Vinyl Cafe 2006 series in which Stuart

McLean showcases Canadian comedy, new writing and music (1/8)

: Journey into Space

1950s sci-fi adventure by Charles Chilton , starring Andrew Faulds (513)

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Chilton
Unknown: Andrew Faulds

: Fear on Four Hearing Is Believing Edward

de Souza introduces Aubrey Woods's sinister tale about a theatre that isn't as quiet as it should be once the audience and cast have left

: Dad Made Me Laugh Sally Magnusson

explores the family lives of famous funnymen, continuing with Jenny Secombe's memories of how her father Harry gave her a thrilling childhood, but also taught her to keep her feet on the ground (2/7)

: Jungle Book Michelene Wandor's adaptation

of Rudyard Kipling's adventure story, with Eartha Kitt, Freddie Jones and Nisha K Mayer (4/5)

: Radio Heads Jonathan James Moore

selects comedy highlights from his time as Head of BBC Radio Light Entertainment, featuring episodes of The Million Pound Radio Show (1991); Knowing Me Knowing You (1992); No
Commitments (1999); Goodness Gracious Me
(1996); On the Town with the League of Gentlemen (1998); and Choice Grenfell (1998)

: Vinyl Cafe 2006 series in which Stuart

McLean showcases Canadian comedy (1/8)

: Fear

on Four as 6.30pm

: Kind Hearts and

Coronets as 12 noon

: Hordes of the Things

as 1.30pm

: Radio Heads

as 8pm








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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