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: as 11am

: Smelling of Roses 2002 Simon Brett

comedy starring Prunella Scales (3/6)

: The inimitable Jeeves The Delayed Exit of

Claude and Eustace. Comic tale by PG Wodehouse

: Big Toe Books Stones

, poems and songs

: An English Journey Poet Lemn Sissay

follows in the footsteps of JB Priestley, who in 1934 produced his seminal essay English Journey (2/2)

: Horne of Plenty

Entertainment Jonathan James-Moore pays tribute to comedy pioneer Kenneth Home to mark the centenary of his birth. The programme traces the development of the shows which dragged humour into the modern age, hears from surviving cast members Bill Pertwee and Ron Moody, and features the first and last episodes of "Beyond Our Ken" (1958 and 1964) and "Round the Horne" (1965 and 1968)

: CHOICE

: After the Funeral Agatha Christie murder mystery adapted by Michael Bakewell , starring John Moffatt as Hercule Poirot

Contributors

Unknown: Agatha Christie
Adapted By: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: John Moffatt
Unknown: Hercule Poirot

: Anything Legal 1984 Wally K Daly

comedy starring Donald Hewlett (5/8)

: CBeebies Radio on BBC 7

Songs and stories

: Vinyl Cafe Stuart McLean's nostalgic

Canadian humour from 2006 (6/8)

: Journey into Space

1950s sci-fi adventure by Charles Chilton starring Andrew Faulds (10/13)

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Chilton
Unknown: Andrew Faulds

: The Brightonomicon Bizarre comic

fantasy by Robert Rankin, starring David Warner. Andy Serkis and Jason Isaacs (4/13)

: An English Journey Poet Lemn Sissay

follows in the footsteps of JB Priestley, who in the 1930s travelled around the country and in 1934 produced his seminal essay English Journey (2/2)

: Around the World In 80 Days Jules Verne's

Victorian adventure, starring Leslie Phillips as Phileas Fogg who, with his valet Passepartout, is challenged to an 80-day journey (4/4)

: Horne of Plenty

Former Head of Radio Light Entertainment Jonathan James-Moore pays tribute to Kenneth Horne to mark the centenary of his birth. The programme traces the development of the shows which dragged humour into the modern age, hears from surviving cast members Bill Pertwee and Ron Moody, and features the first and last episodes of Beyond Our Ken (1958 and 1964) and Round the Horne (1965 and 1968)

: Vinyl Cafe Stuart McLean's nostalgic

Canadian humour from 2006 (6/8)

: The

Brightonomicon as 6.30pm

: After the

Funeral as 12 noon

: Anything Legal as

1.30pm

: Home of Plenty

as 8pm








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