1.00 The Seven Ages of Man Jo Brand re-charts Shakespeare's Seven Ages, set against present day. Anchored at her local shopping centre, she replays some of her favourite moments of comedy. Brand chuckles over the work and domestic preoccupations of thirtysomethings with the help of Ellen Degeneres , the League of Gentlemen and the girls from The Rag Trade. Producer Frank Stirling
1.30 The News
Huddlines The topical satire, music and humour continue with this 499th show of typical irreverence from Roy Hudd , June Whitfield and Chris Emmet.
Repeated from Thursday
Live from the Pitcher and Piano in Nottingham as part of Radio 2's week in the city. Chris Rea will be on hand for a rare acoustic session, while Allinson will be also be joined by Gabrielle and Roachford.
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As part of Radio 2's week in Nottingham
Ken Bruce presents the celebrated chanteuse, live from the Royal
Concert Hall, performing her hits as well as songs from her new album
Producer Sarah Gaston
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