PM1.00 That Mocking Bird
John Bird presents a series exploring the theory and practice of comedy. In today's programme he talks to comic writer, actor and explorer Ken Campbell about science and merriment, truth and fantasy, heaven and Hellzapoppin With contributions from
John Cleese , Max Wall andKenDodd.
1.30 Punt and Dennis:
It's Been a Bad Week
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a comic look at who has had a bad week and why. With Jon Culshaw ,
Emma Clarke and Mitch Benn.
Repeated from Thursday
MarkGoodier concludes the three-part documentary.
Bowie discusses his life and career from Scary Monsters up to his latest album, Hours ...He also talks about life after 50, marriage, the internet and his recent move into the world of credit cards.
With contributions from Boy George , Hanif Kureishi , Rick Wakeman , RogerTaylor and Bob Geldof.
Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
Books about music reviewed by Miles Kington , with help from his guests
Mark Lamarr , Gary Brooker and Lucy Duran. E-MAIL: email@example.com
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