Ken Bruce hosts this comedy sketch programme which aims to show how much more interesting the world would be if things had turned out differently.
Starring Simon Godley , Sally Grace and Robert Harley. Repeated on Saturday
With classic rhythm and blues and new releases.
Tonight's specially recorded session comes from the irrepressible veteran Rufus Thomas , whose 1963 hit
Walkin' the Dog was covered by the Rolling
Stones. Almost 80, he still performs regularly and interrupted a recent tour to record three items for the show, including a couple from his new album Blues
Don Black presents a six-part series in which he enjoys and interprets the songs of a varied collection of singer/songwriters. 5: Amanda McBroom
Californian singer/songwriter Amanda McBroom wrote Bette Midler 's smash hit
The Rose. Tonight, Don Black reviews her work and plays some of her whimsical and yet sophisticated songs, which are so popular on the cabaret circuit.
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