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: as 11am

: Smelling of Roses

2003 comedy starring
Prunella Scales and Arabella Weir (4/6)

: Dinner Ladies

1997 comedy with Barbara
Dickson and Brigit Forsyth (4/6)

: Big Toe Books

Stories, poems and songs

: The Groucho Letters

Tony Staveacre reads letters by Hollywood comedy giant Groucho Marx
(1890-1977), with Peter Whitman providing the voices of Marx's correspondents

: Oliver Twist

Nigel Bryant's adaptation of Charles Dickens's novel starring Edward Long (1/6)

: Comedy Winners

Mark Radcliffe presents award-winning radio comedy shows, featuring
Little Britain (2002); The Flight of the Conchords
(2005); The 99p Challenge (2004);Clare in the Community (2005); Whose Line Is It Anyway?
(1988); and Pleased to Meet You (2006)

: You Only Live Twice

Michael Jayston stars in Michael Bakewell 's dramatisation of Ian Fleming 's
12th James Bond spy thriller, published in 1964

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Jayston
Unknown: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: Ian Fleming
Unknown: James Bond

: Miliport

2000 comedy starring
Lynn Ferguson (4/6)

Contributors

Unknown: Lynn Ferguson

: CBeebies on BBC Radio 7

Songs, rhymes and stories for young children

: Garrison Keillor's Radio Show

Gentle satire, sketches and music with guest Nick Lowe

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Lowe

: The Price of Fear

The Man Who Hated Scenes
Vincent Price, Diana Olsson and Peter Cushing star in Robert Arthur 's horror tale about a millionaire who hints to his wife that he knows she's planning to kill him, with surprising results

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Olsson
Unknown: Peter Cushing
Unknown: Robert Arthur

: 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 (11/13)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Fenton
Unknown: Robert Rankin
Unknown: David Warner
Unknown: Andy Serkis
Unknown: Jason Isaacs
Unknown: Mark Wing-Davey
Unknown: Rupert Degas

: The Groucho Letters

Tony Staveacre reads letters by Hollywood comedy giant Groucho Marx (1890-1977), with Peter Whitman providing the voices of Marx's correspondents

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Staveacre
Unknown: Groucho Marx
Unknown: Peter Whitman

: Oliver Twist

Edward Long , Pam Ferris ,
Tim Mclnnerny and Peter Jeffrey star in Nigel Bryant 's adaptation of Charles Dickens 's novel, published first in serial form between 1837 and 1839 (1/6)

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Long
Unknown: Pam Ferris
Unknown: Tim McLnnerny
Unknown: Peter Jeffrey
Unknown: Nigel Bryant
Unknown: Charles Dickens

: Comedy Winners

Mark Radcliffe presents award-winning radio comedy shows, as 9am

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Radcliffe

: Garrison Keillor's Radio

Show American radio show whose US title is A Prairie Home
Companion, featuring gentle satire, sketches and music from the Fitzgerald Theatre, St Paul , Minnesota, with guest Nick Lowe (2/33)

Contributors

Unknown: St Paul
Unknown: Nick Lowe

: The Price of Fear

as 6pm

: The

Brightonomicon as 6.30pm

: You Only Live

Twice as 12 noon

: Comedy Winners

as 9am








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