1.00 The Smith Lectures
Series featuring the irreverent Professor Emeritus
Arthur Smith. This week's lecture, The Urge to Merge, features a dissection of human sexuality, with input from Bob Zany , Mark Hurst , Jo Brand and John Shuttleworth.
1.30 Half Sketch
Lively sketch show featuring the Hole in the Wall Gang, from the Group Theatre in Belfast.
Conclusion of a series in which
Bob Harris presents the first in-depth assessment of Pink Floyd, the rock phenomenon best known for psychedelic tracks like See Emily Play and concept albums such as Wish You Were Here, The Wall and the seminal Dark
Side of the Moon. Featuring interviews, archive material and an assessment of the band's legacy.
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