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Listings

: as 11am

: Smelling of Roses 2003 comedy with

Prunella Scales, Arabella Weir and others (1/6)

: Dinner Ladies 1997 comedy with

Barbara Dickson and Brigit Forsyth (1/6)

: Big Toe Books Stories

, poems and songs

: Ed Doolan Interviews

Meetings with famous comedians, continuing with Lenny Henry, who identifies his inspirations and reflects on married life with comedian Dawn French (4/6)

: The Comedy Controller

Former Goodies star Bill Oddie traces the development of 20th-century radio comedy with a sextet of personal favourites, including episodes of Up the Pole (1948); ITMA (1949); Archie's the Boy (1954); Beyond Our Ken (1960); On the Hour (1992); and On the Town with the League of Gentlemen (1997)

: The High Window

Dramatisation of Raymond Chandler 's 1942 mystery thriller set in Los
Angeles, starring Ed Bishop as Philip Marlowe

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Chandler
Unknown: Ed Bishop
Unknown: Philip Marlowe

: Millport 2000 comedy starring Lynn

Ferguson (1/6)

: An Hour with Johnners Cricket pundit

Brian Johnston (1912-94) looks back on his life in this one-man show, recorded in 1993 at London's Richmond Theatre

: Fear on Four The Chimes of Midnight

David Suchet stars in Nick Fisher's chilling tale in which an Oxford professor's obsession with horology and the anthropological view of time leads to a horrific fate. With John Rowe and Jenny Lee

: The Brlghtonomicon Michael Fenton

Stevens narrates Robert Rankin's bizarre comic fantasy, starring David Warner, Andy Serkis, Jason
Isaacs, Mark Wing-Davey and Rupert Degas (8/13)

: Ed Doolan Interviews

Meetings with famous comedians, continuing with Lenny Henry, who identifies his inspirations and reflects on married life with comic star Dawn French (4/6)

: The Comedy Controller

Ex-Goodies star Bill Oddie traces the development of 20th-century radio comedy with a sextet of personal favourites, including episodes of Up the Pole (1948); ITMA (1949); Archie's the Boy (1954); Beyond Our Ken (1960); On the Hour (1992); and On the Town with the League of Gentlemen (1997)

: An Hour with Johnners

Cricket pundit Brian Johnston (1912-94) looks back on his life in this one-man show, recorded in 1993 at London's Richmond Theatre

: The

Brlghtonomicon as 6.30pm

: The High

Window as 12 noon

: The Comedy Controller

as 8pm








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