1.00 The Monkhouse
Archive.... Bob Boots Up Bob Monkhouse dips into his comedy archive to explore the subjects that really inspire comedians. In today's programme he explores the glorious world of food. Featuring Jo Brand , Jerry Seinfeld and Wendy Craig.
The first of two programmes in which former Sex Pistol Glen Matlock
looks at the development of punk rock in the UK. This programme features music from MC5, the Faces, the Ramones and the Sex Pistols.
Producer Stewart Cruickshank
Roger Daltrey presents a series in which he plays a selection of the finest rock'n'roll music. In tonight's programme he plays music by Bill Haley , Johnny Kidd and the Pirates and the Big Bopper. Plus guitar great Chet Atkins , giant of rock Bo Diddley and a killer B-side from Carl Perkins
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