Arthur Smith Presents 21
Years of Just for Laughs Satirist Arthur Smith presents previously unaired comedy clips in celebration of the 21st anniversary of Montreal's comedy festival Just for Laughs. The series winds down with highlights from this year's festival.
Panel show combining rock 'n' roll and comedy.
Drummer Rowland Rivron , keyboardist Richard Vranch and the Jammin'Band are joined each week by two guests for studio jamming. Repeated from Thursday
Jonathan Ross concludes a profile of the veteran synth-pop duo responsible for a repertoire of extravagantly lush and melancholic classics. This instalment features inputfrom Pet Shop Boys biographer
Chris Heath , Richard Niles conductor of the Welsh choir heard in Go West-Courtney Pine, Bernard Sumner , Johnny Marr and Sam Taylor-Wood .
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