1.00 Parsons and Naylor's Pull-Out Sections
Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor trawl through the weekend supplements for news. reviews and gossip. With Richie Webb and special guest Lucy Porter.
1.30 Half Sketch
The Hole in the Wall Gang present their surreal and bizarre characters and sardonic observations of life in the UK.
Repeated from Thursday
Live from Borders Bookshop in Glasgow as part of the city's Celtic Connections festival. Allinson is joined by guest star musicians Hue and Cry, Eddi Reader and Hobotalk.
Producer Gary Bones. See also 8pm
Richard Allinson presents the pick of the five performances from this year's Celtic Connections festival at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall. The festival is one of the biggest events in the folk calendar. Highlights this year include Mary Black, Tom Paxton, Kate Rusby and Rickie Lee Jones.
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