1.00 The Monkhouse Archive
Comedy archivist Bob Monkhouse looks at humour from or about his favourite comedy places. 3: A trek to Canada reveals the backbone of its humour in Leslie Nielsen, Jim Carey and Rick Moranis.
1.30 Russ Abbot
More laughs and gags in a series of sketches and movie parodies.
With Bella Emberg , Chris Emmett , Jeffrey Holland , andSuzyAitchison. Repeated from Thursday
The superstar brothers in concert, recorded exclusively for Radio 2 earlierthis month in London before an audience of 300. The
Gibbs perform from their classic repertoire and preview songs from theirforthcoming album. Producer Sarah Gaston
Stuart Maconie on the Bee Gees-page 50
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