3/8. The salaciously biting queen of cheek, Ruby Wax, tackles peculiar subjects with clips from the BBC archive. A skewering of modern art and self-love features
Peter Cook , JudyTenata, Harry Enfield and Clive Tulloh.
5/6. Panel show that combines comedy and rock 'n' roll, hosted by Rowland Rivron (on drums) with Richard Ranch and Mitch Benn. Guests include
Glenn Tilbrook and Rich Hall.
Repeated from Thursday
Radio 1DJ Chris Coco expands on his ambient and acoustic show with a look at the musical form now referred to as chillout, from 19th-century Paris and the works of Erik Satie to the genre's more recent exponents, such as Brian Eno , Tangerine Dream, the Orb, Moby, Air and chillout guru Jose Padilla , who gives a rare and exclusive interview.
Producer Helen Chetwynd
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