1.00 The Joy of Sketch
Featuring Punt and Dennis Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the fifth of six programmes in which they trawl comedy's deepest waters for prize specimens.
1.30 Love 40 -
New Balls Please
A six-part rock 'n' roll comedy. 3: Goodman Deadman.
Goodman's assets are frozen, and Mervyn is lost for words. Repeated from Thursday
David Jacobs introduces a tribute to musician
Percy Grainger , featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Kenneth Alwyn. With the Ambrosian Singers, directed by John McCarthy , and special guest pianist Martin Jones. During the interval, Bob Sinfield talks to Barry Peter Ould , secretary of the Percy Grainger Society. Producer Keith Loxam
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