1.00 The Monkhouse Archive:
Bob Goes On Line
Bob Monkhouse moves his comedy archive on to a state-of-the-art audio computer database. This edition features the talents of Peter
Cook, Harry Enfield , Robb Wilton and Steve Coogan.
1.30 The News Huddlines
Roy Hudd , June Whitfield and Chris Emmett with a satirical revue based on the week's news. With Richard Clegg and music from Peter Moss and the Huddliners. Repeated from Thursday
As a prelude to the 33rd
CMA Awards later this week.
Nick Barraclough presents performances from some of Nashville's biggest names. The awards themselves can be heard live on Wednesday from 12.55am.
Producer Nick Barraclough
Richard Niles returns with a new eight-part series in which he explores the finest music from the world of new jazz and jazz fusion. Featuring Regina Carter , Gato Barbieri , Pat Metheny and a specially recorded live set from the Guy Barker Quintet. Producer Bob McDowall
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