1.00 The Monkhouse
Archive.... Bob Boots
Up Bob Monkhouse dips into his comedy archive to explore subjects that inspire comedians. This week he explores the theme of travel in the company of Alan Davies , Jerry Seinfeld and Tony Hancock.
1.30 Love 40 - New
Balls Please A rock 'n' roll sitcom starring
Mervyn Stutter , John Challis , Gary Martin , Philip Sherlock , Moira Downie and Sophie Louise Dann. 2: Boy
Banned. In which Nigel becomes a star.
As a prelude to tonight's concert, Johnnie Walker introduces the songwriters who, with the help of a few friends, tell the story behind the enduring appeal of their partnership.
Producer Graham Pass
Music: page 47
Burt Bacharach and Hal David receive a lifetime achievement award at the Royal Albert Hall , London, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Nordoff-Robbins
Silver Clef Awards. Guests include Elvis Costello , Bob Geldof ,
Dionne Warwick and Westlife.
Producer Paul Long
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