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Listings

: as 11am

: Smelling of Roses 2003 comedy with

Prunella Scales, Arabella Weir and others (2/6)

: Dinner Ladies 1997 comedy with Barbara

Dickson and Brigit Forsyth (2/6)

: Big Toe Books Stories

, poems and songs

: Ed Doolan Interviews Meetings with famous

comedians, continuing with Belfast-born Frank Carson who discusses his life, career and favourite music (5/6)

: Celebrating Peter Tinniswood

To coincide with the upcoming awards given in the name of radio and TV comedy writer Peter Tinniswood (1936-2003), another chance to hear a selection of his work chosen by radio critic Gillian Reynolds.
The Last Obit (1998); Tales from the Backbench: Time to Confess (2001); The House Swap (1999) and Dorothy, a Manager's Wife (2000)

Contributors

Presenter: Gillian Reynolds

: The Little Sister

Dramatisation of Raymond Chandler 's 1949 mystery thriller set in Los Angeles, starring Ed Bishop as private eye Philip Marlowe

Contributors

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

: Millport 2000 comedy starring

Lynn Ferguson (2/6)

: CBeebies on BBC Radio 7 Songs

, rhymes and stories for young children

: An Hour with Jon Pertwee

The actor best known for portraying Doctor Who and Worzel Gummidge on television performs a one-man show

: Fear on Four Making Sacrifices

Dark revenge tale by Nick Warburton, starring Caroline Strong, Sarah Rice and Alison Pettit

: The Brightonomicon Michael Fenton

Stevens narrates Robert Rankin's bizarre comic fantasy, starring David Warner, Andy Serkis, Jason Isaacs, Mark Wing-Davey and Rupert Degas (9/13)

: Ed Doolan Interviews

Meetings with famous comedians, continuing with Belfast-born Frank Carson, who discusses his life, career and favourite music (5/6)

: Celebrating Peter Tinniswood

To coincide with the upcoming awards given in the name of radio and TV comedy writer Peter Tinniswood (1936-2003), another chance to hear a selection of his work chosen by radio critic Gillian Reynolds The Last Obit (1998); Tales from the Backbench: Time to Confess
(2001); The House Swap (1999); and Dorothy, a Manager's Wife (2000)

: An Hour with Jon Pertwee

The actor, best known for portraying Doctor Who and Worzel Gummidge on television, performs a one-man show in front of an audience.

: The

Brightonomicon as 6.30pm

: The Little

Sister as 12 noon








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