1.00pm New series
The Monkhouse Archive
Bob Monkhouse returns with an eight-part series in which he looks into his comedy archives and considers some of the topics that have got comedians going over the past 50 years. 1: Politicians.
Producer Phil Critchlow
1.30 The News Huddlines
With Roy Hudd ,
June Whitfield and Chris Emmett.
Repeated from Thursday
As part of the BBC's 75th anniversary celebrations, Sheila Tracy presents the BBC Big Band conducted by Barry Forgie , in concert from the ballroom of the Gleneagles Hotel. With guest vocalists
Peter Skellern and Rosemary Squires , and tenor saxophonist Tommy Whittle. At 8.25, during the interval, Sheila Tracy looks at the history of Gleneagles. Producer Bob McDowall
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