1.00pm New series
The Monkhouse Archive
An eight-part series introducing us to the mirthful might of the Bob Monkhouse archive.
Producer Phil Critchlow
1.30 To The Manor Bom
Classic sitcom. 4: Vive Le
Sport. The skiing season arrives as Devere tries to convince Audrey that he is really to the manor born.
With Margery Withers. Nicholas McArdle and Frank Middlemass
Written by Peter Spence
Sheridan Morley tells the story behind Stephen Sondheim 's classic American musical, followed at 7.30 by a performance from the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. A tale of unrequited love and dreams, containing some of Sondheim's most memorable numbers.
With the Stephen Hill Singers and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by lain Sutherland
Based on the book by James Goldman Musical associate Stephen Robinson Producer John Langridge
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