1.00 The Smith Lectures
Arthur Smith presents the last instalment in an eight-part series about comedy. In this programme, he focuses on the vox pop - the voice of the man on the street.
Producer Andy Foster
1.30 Heated Rollers
The second in a six-part comedy sketch show starring Lynda Bellingham , Gwyneth
Strong and Joanna Monro. This week the History of Feminism charts the influence of Florence Nightingale
and the role of nurses today. With music by the Lorraine Bowen Experience.
The story behind the sessions that Jimi Hendrix recorded for the BBC in the sixties. With contributions from Chas Chandler
, Noel Redding ,
Mitch Mitchell , Eric Clapton , Paul Rodgers , David Crosby and Eddie Kramer , plus some unique musical snapshots from the BBC archives.
Producer Jeremy Davis
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