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. Music: Toby Langton-Gilks Repeated on Saturday
Thirty years ago this week, Jim Reeves found himself at the top of the UK charts with Distant Drums. He became the most successful country singer Britain has seen. George Hamilton IV tells the story of gentleman Jim Reeves.
Producer Nick Barraclough
A six-part series in which Ireland's King of Country traces his musical roots.
2: O'Donnell looks at
Ireland's "showband era".
Steve Travers of the Miami
Showband shares his own memories of the "ballrooms of romance", and Big Tom provides a specially recorded song.
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