1.00 A Swift Laugh
Griff Rhys Jones presents the second of six programmes that trawl through the comedy archives.
1.30 The Jasper Carrott Trial This week's charge: Antisocial Attitudes.
Repeated from Thursday
Always on My Mind
Robert Lindsay presents the last of three programmes about Elvis Presley - from 1968 to his death 20 years ago today. Producer Kevin Howlett
◆ John Peel's From Elvis to
Oasis: page 21
In a concert recorded in 1996 at London's Barbican
Hall, the composer conducts the London Symphony
Orchestra who perform some of the finest film themes.
Introduced by Chris Stuart. At 8.20, Christopher Tookey examines Williams's role in the history of film music.
Producer Richard Masters Repeat
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