1.00 The Smith Lectures
Professor Arthur Smith of the world-famous University of Tooting Bee concludes his series of comedy lectures, illustrating his talk with diverse recollections, impressions and archive material, ranging from distant memories to the modern era.
1.30 Parsons and Naylor's Pull-Out Sections
Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor go joy-riding in the week's news with Richie Webb and special guest Lucy Porter.
Repeated from Thursday
In the second of two programmes, David Bowie talks about his final
Ziggy Stardust performance and Dave Stewart ,
Glenn Tilbrook , Brian May and Ian Anderson join others to take up the tale until the Marquee closed its doors in 1996. Producer Bob Geldof
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