1.00 The Smith Lectures
Satirical series showcasing the irreverent Professor
Emeritus Arthur Smith , who this week looks at the links between humour and music.
Featuring Spike Jones , Robert Klein , Frankie Howerd and Bill Bailey. Last in the series.
Panel show that combines comedy and rock 'n' roll. Hosts Rowland Rivron ,
Richard Vranch and Dave Catlin-Birch are joined by Rebecca Carrington and Steve Furst. Repeated from Thursday
Craig Leon presents a two-part look at the evolution of punk music in America, from its fresh mid-sixties garage-band adolescence, to its rather hip fruition in mid-seventies New York, to the more recent Nirvana-led rebirth.
This first part features
Richard Berry , Lenny Kaye , the Count Five and the Kingsmen, who recorded the seminal, if indecipherable, 1963 smash Louie Louie.
Producer Stewart Cruickshank
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