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: as 11am

: The Code of the Woosters The Curse of

True Love Comic tale by PG Wodehouse, starring
Richard Briers and Michael Hordern, from 1973

: Big Toe Books Stories

, poems and songs

: 1 Did It My Way Former Goodies star Graeme

Garden discusses his career and selects episodes from shows he has worked on, featuring I'm Sorry
Ill Read That Again (1973); Ces Wemmbley-Hogg
Goes off.... (2003); I'm SorryI Haven't a Clue (2001);
Hamish and Dougal You'll Have Had Your Tea
(2004); and Spy NozyandthePoets(2001)

: Appointment with Death

Agatha Christie 's
1938 murder mystery set in Petra, starring John MoffattasHerculePoirot

Contributors

Unknown: Agatha Christie
Unknown: John Moffattasherculepoirot

: Our Brave Boys

Martin Jarvis, Fiona Shaw and Peter Capaldi star in a 2001 comedy drama about a female civil servant in charge of four military officers (2/4)

: CBeebies on BBC Radio 7 Songs

, rhymes and stories for young children

: Garrison Keillor's Radio Show

American radio show featuring satire, sketches, music and gags submitted by listeners

: The Twilight Zone

Long Live Walter Jameson
Radio adaptation of the 1960 TV episode adapted from Charles Beaumont 's story, narrated by Stacy Keach and starring Lou Diamond Phillips

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Beaumont
Unknown: Stacy Keach
Unknown: Lou Diamond Phillips

: Wicca Nigel Anthony reads James Follett's

2000 sci-fi thriller - the second book in the Silent Vulcan trilogy (1/8)

: Unearthing Mysteries Aubrey Manning's

world explorations, continuing with the Saxons' knack for producing steel 1.000 years before the Industrial Revolution (3/4)

: Just William - Live! Martin Jarvis reads

Richmal Crompton's children's story The Sweet Little Girl in White to an audience at the 2002 Cheltenham Festival

: I Did It My Way

Former Goodies star Graeme Garden discusses his career and selects episodes from shows he has worked on, featuring I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again (1973); Giles Wemmbley-Hogg Goes off.... (2003); I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (2001); Hamish and Dougal You'll Have Had Your Tea (2004); and Spy Nozy and the Poets (2001)

: Garrison Keillor's Radio Show US radio

show featuring satire, sketches and music

: Wicca

as 6.40pm








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