1.00pm The Monkhouse
The series in which Bob Monkhouse
sifts through some classic comedy. Today he takes the law as his theme
- a subject that has provided comedians and writers with some of their best comedy material. With recorded extracts from Peter Cook ,
Ronnie Barker ,
Jonathan Miller and Jasper Carrott.
1.30 The News Huddlines
The weekly satirical review. Repeated from Thursday
From the Beatles to Boyzone, young girls have regularly fallen in love with their pop heroes. Carol Smillie explores the trials and tribulations of puppy love and discovers what makes young girls go weak at the knees. With contributions from Fern Britton ,
Sarah Greene , Diane Louise
Jordan, Nina Myskow , Jenny Powell and Caryn Franklin. Producer Fiona Aitken
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