1.00 Wax On....
2/8. The salaciously biting queen of cheek, Ruby Wax, tackles peculiar subjects with choice clips from the BBC archive. Today Eddie Izzard , Margaret Cho and Jo Brand all contribute to a dialogue about bra sizes and obsessive compulsive disorder.
4/6. Panel showthat combines comedy and rock 'n' roll, hosted by Rowland Rivron (on drums) with Richard Ranch and Mitch Benn. Special guests include
Justin Hayward and John Maloney. Repeated from Thursday
As part of the BBC Music Live festivities from Belfast, rock
- guitarist Eric Clapton performs hits from his vast repertoire and songs from his latest album.
The concert was recorded at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast. Producer Lewis Carnie
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