1.00 The Monkhouse
Archive. Last in a series in which Bob Monkhouse examines the peculiarites of regional comedy. 8: Australia's funnier moments, provided by Steady Eddie , Paul Calleia , Clarke and Daw and, in particular, Barry Humphries.
1.30 The News Huddlines
Topical satire show. Repeated from Thursday
A series in which
Stuart Maconie offers the discerning pop listener his suggestions for a definitve album collection.
Art on My Sleeve. Albums featured tonight include Jimi Hendrix 's Electric Ladyland, the Clash's London Calling, the Rolling Stones's Sticky Fingers and Blondie's Parallel Lines.
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