1.00pm New series
Hale and Pace's A-Z of Comedy
A six-part series in which Gareth Hale and Norman
Pace look at comedy from the UK and the USA.
1: A is for argument and B is for Balham.
Producer John Pidgeon
1.30 The News Huddlines
Join Roy Hudd , June Whitfield and Chris Emmett as the News
Huddlines team wrestle naked in the mud of the week's news.
Repeated from Thursday
The conclusion of a two-part programme exploring the music of Simply Red. Mick Hucknall explains the thinking behind the new album, Blue, and reflects on his passion for politics, women and football. Presented by Richard Allinson. ♦ Mick Hucknall 's Kind of Day: page 138
Alan Davies presents a series featuring the work of legendary performers in music and comedy. This week, in the first of two programmes, Michael Copley tells the story of Victor Borge. Producer Nick Barraclough Repeat
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