In April 1982, the entertainment world was robbed of one of its most popular actors, Arthur Lowe. Bill Pertwee presents an appreciation and resume of Lowe's career, featuring clips from his work and interviews with friends and colleagues.
Producers Phil Bowker and Louise Coats
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Ken Dodd continues his mision to find the "chuckle factor" sampling the teehee's, ha-ha's and hohum's from the world of comedy. He delves into the comedy archives of the BBC, talks to guest Nick Revell and explores what makes the "chuckle muscles" twitch in a miscellany of gags, music and sketches. With Sybie Jones , Colin Edwynn and Michael McClain.
Producer Andy Aliffe
After nine years away from the recording studio, Sinatra returned this autumn with a new album featuring a host of superstar artists.
This programme took a behind-the-seenes look at the making of the album, featuring interviews with the artists and musicians,
Barbara Sinatra , and many more Hollywood superstars. Plus, of course, the songs from the album.
An SJS Entertainment production
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