PM 1.00 The Monkhouse
Archive: Bob Goes
Online Bob Monkhouse moves his comedy archive on to a state-of-the-art audio computer database. In this last programme he looks at comics who are almost certifiably funny, from Tommy Cooper and Spike Milligan to
Steven Wright and Joe Pasquale.
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 Pete Moss and the Huddliners.
Repeated from Thursday
Mark Goodier presents the second in a two-part programme exploring Sting's career. Today Sting explains how he overcame writer's block and reflects on his best songs of the nineties, and how he sees his musical career continuing into the next millennium.
Producer John Sugar
Andrew Duncan meets
Sting: page 8
Richard Niles presents another selection of new jazz and jazz fusion, featuring Incognito, Joshua Redman and Joni Mitchell. With a specially recorded live set from singer Ian Shaw and his trio.
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