Comedians Angus Deayton presents a new eight-part series that reveals the comedy favourites of tod ay's favoured comedians.
1: Billy Connolly, who tickles the funny bones of Jo Brand , Ed Byrne , Fred Macaulay ,
Alan Davies and Lenny Henry. Producer John Pidgeon
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Huddlines The topical satire, music and humour continue with typical irreverence from Roy Hudd , June Whitfield and Chris Emmet. With music from Peter Moss andtheHuddliners.
Repeated from Thursday
With the Radio 2 Wall of Sound, a chance to pick a hit to be played instantly, a selection of music from the last five decades and the newest releases. Plus a chance to win videos in the Movie Detectives.
Producer Ken Phillips
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Gerry Marsden concludes atwo-part series charting the music scene in Liverpool leading up to the early sixties, with contributions from Tony Sheridan , JimmyTarbuck, promoter Horst Fascher , Ian Edwards and Faron, and featuring classic hits from the Beatles, the Searchers, the Merseybeats, Cilia Black, the Fourmost and others.
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