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: as 11.30pm

: Like They've Never Been Gone

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

: The Inimitable Jeeves Honoria Clossop

PG Wodehouse comic tale

: Big Toe Books Stories

, poems and songs

: Radio Heads

Former BBC Head of Light Entertainment David Hatch chooses his favourite comedy programmes from his era, featuring Just a Minute (1981); The Next Programme Follows Almost Immediately (1971); The Burkiss Way (1979); Doctor in the House (1968); Brothers in Law (1971) and What Ho! Jeeves (1980)

: Five Children and It

Julia McKenzie stars in an adaptation of Edith Nesbit's fantasy about a sand fairy who grants five children a series of wishes.

Contributors

Dramatised By: Malcolm McKee
Producer: Sue Wilson
Director: Rosemary Watts
Music Composed By: Malcolm McKee
Older Jane/Mother: Julia McKenzie
Psammead: Simon Carter
Anthea: Fiona Christie
Robert: James Richard
Cyril: Justyn Towler
Jane: Lexie Rose
The Lamb: Jake Wilson-Wainwright
Peter: Jack Halsey
Martha/Manageress: Sunny Ormonde
Willum/Draper/Grown-up Lamb: Malcolm McKee
Crispin/Beale/Jakin/Golden Eagle: Richard Derrington
Peasemarsh/Sir Wulfric: Terry Molloy
Policeman/Vicar/Perkin: Ian Brooker
Vicar's Wife/Lady/Eliza: Sue Jeffrey
Pastry Cook: Sue Wilson
Percussion: Helen Bool
Trumpet: Richard Adams
Harmonica: Jim Hughes
Piano/Musical Director: Malcolm McKee

: Vinyl Cafe 2006 series in which Stuart McLean

showcases Canadian comedy and music (2/8)

: Journey into Space Sci-fi

, as 12 midnight

: Fear on Four Life Line Horror tale about a

man who receives a phone call from someone who died some time ago, with Edward de Souza, Moir Leslie and Julian Rhind-Tutt

: Dad Made Me Laugh Sally Magnusson

explores the family lives of famous funnymen, continuing with Tom Owen's memories of both his and his father Bill Owen's roles in Last of the Summer Wine (3/7)

: Jungle Book Michelene Wandor's adaptation

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

: Radio Heads

Former BBC Head of Light Entertainment David Hatch chooses his favourite comedy programmes from his era, featuring Just a Minute (1981); The Next Programme Follows Almost Immediately (1971); The Burkiss Way (1979); Doctor in the House (1968); Brothers in Law (1971) and What Ho! Jeeves (1980)

: Vinyl Cafe

Getting Mugged 2006 series in which Stuart McLean showcases Canadian comedy, new writing and music (2/8)

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart McLean

: Journey into Space 1950s sci-fi adventure

by Charles Chilton, starring Andrew Faulds (6/13)

: Fear on Four Life Line Horror tale

, with Edward de Souza, Moir Leslie and Julian Rhind-Tutt

: Five Children and It

Adaptation by Malcolm McKee of Edith Nesbit's fantasy about a sand fairy who grants five children a series of wishes.

Contributors

Dramatised By: Malcolm McKee
Producer: Sue Wilson
Director: Rosemary Watts
Music Composed By: Malcolm McKee
Older Jane/Mother: Julia McKenzie
Psammead: Simon Carter
Anthea: Fiona Christie
Robert: James Richard
Cyril: Justyn Towler
Jane: Lexie Rose
The Lamb: Jake Wilson-Wainwright
Peter: Jack Halsey
Martha/Manageress: Sunny Ormonde
Willum/Draper/Grown-up Lamb: Malcolm McKee
Crispin/Beale/Jakin/Golden Eagle: Richard Derrington
Peasemarsh/Sir Wulfric: Terry Molloy
Policeman/Vicar/Perkin: Ian Brooker
Vicar's Wife/Lady/Eliza: Sue Jeffrey
Pastry Cook: Sue Wilson
Percussion: Helen Bool
Trumpet: Richard Adams
Harmonica: Jim Hughes
Piano/Musical Director: Malcolm McKee

: Anything Legal 1984 comedy written by

Wally K Daly (1/8)








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