With classic rhythm and blues from the archive and the best of the new releases.
Eric Bibb is in the studio to perform and talk about his rise to the top of the blues tree over the past year.
Barry Cryer hosts a six-part series featuring the best stand-up comedy from around the UK, recorded at the Pleasance, London. Tonight's show features BBC New
Comedy Award-winner Jenny Ross and Yorkshire comic
It's all over. The polls have closed and there is time for a little laughter after the hurly-burly of the last six weeks. Join Roy Hudd , June Whitfield and Chris Emmett
in a special edition of the programme.
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