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: Tales from the Palaces

2/10
Food historians fire up the Tudor ovens at Hampton Court Palace.
Robert Lindsay narrates.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Lindsay

: Sounds of the Sixties

Artists featured include Sandie Shaw , Dusty Springfield, Lulu, Tom Jones, Cliff Richard and Cilla Black.

: The World

With Zeinab Badawi.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Zeinab Badawi.

: Talking Bob Dylan Blues: a Tribute Concert

Billy Bragg , KT Tunstall, Martin Carthy and Barb Jungr are among fans of Dylan's folk ballads and protest songs performing at London's Barbican. Plus music from Robyn Hitchcock, Willy Mason, Odetta, Liam Clancy and Roy Harper, and readings from volume one of Dylan's biography, Chronicles. New.
Documenting Dylan: page 14
Dylan's new album: page 40

DIGITAL/CABLE HIGHLIGHTS Talking Bob Dylan Blues: a Tribute Concert
8.30pm BBC4 Expect both greatest hits and rarities performed by all manner of acts in this tribute gig recorded at London's Barbican on Monday. Performers include Billy Bragg, Roy Harper, guitarist Martin Carthy, Liam Clancy, Robyn Hitchcock and up-and-coming singer Willy Mason. Geoff Ellis

Contributors

Unknown: Billy Bragg
Unknown: Martin Carthy
Unknown: Barb Jungr
Unknown: Robyn Hitchcock
Unknown: Willy Mason
Unknown: Liam Clancy
Unknown: Roy Harper

: QI

2/12. Erudite host Stephen Fry hears more diverting but entirely useless trivia as quiz-show panellists Arthur Smith , Doon MacKichan , Alan Davies and Andy Hamilton mull over crime, cuisine and the contents of the Queen's handbag. New. Repeated next Friday on BBC2 (not Wales) Fry's delight: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Doon MacKichan
Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Andy Hamilton

: The Thick of It

1/3. Satirical comedy set in and around the world of British politics, devised by Armando lannucci and starring Chris Langham.
Newly appointed Minister for Social
Affairs Hugh Abbot faces a policy crisis. Also featuring Peter Capaidi.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Langham.
Unknown: Hugh Abbot
Unknown: Peter Capaidi.

: Helmat 3

2/6. It's 1990, and Germany's World Cup hopes provide the backdrop as new complexities emerge in everyone's relationships. In German with English subtitles.

: as 8.30pm

: as 11pm

: as 7pm









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