In the third of six programmes, Michael Bentine provides an entertaining interlude with stories of his incredible career - spanning life, laughter and the paranormal.
3: We can't have non-Europeans in the Royal Air Force.
Producer Andy Aliffe
The Salvation Army has a long built-in tradition of music. Many musicians, bandleaders and singers have emerged from that tradition.
In this programme, Sheila Tracy talks to some of those performers. Producer Maura Clarke
In the last of the series, Susan Jeffreys concludes her personal selection of comic and ironic songs by women singers and singer/ songwriters. This week,
Pearl Bailey , Bette Midler , blues queen Ida Cox , Doris Day and many more with cautionary tales and none-too-serious advice set to music.
A Ladbroke Radio production
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