1.00pm New series
Carrott's Comedy Choice
Jasper Carrott presents an eight-part gourmet guide to the world's funniest people. Written by Jasper Carrott , Paul Alexander and Sean Carson Music by Matthew Strachan Producer Dirk Maggs
1.30 The News Huddlines
Repeated from Thursday
2.00 Judi Spiers
From the Snape Maltings Concert
Hall, Willie Rushton introduces a gala concert featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday and conducted by Robin Stapleton. With guest vocalists Jacquelyn Fugelle , Tito Beltran and Joan Savage. At 8.20, during the interval, Bob Sinfield looks at the lighter side of Benjamin Britten , so instrumental in the birth of the Snape
Maltings Concert Hall and the Aldeburgh Festival. A concert sponsored by the Suffolk Freemasons
Producer Alan Boyd
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