1.00 Wax On....
8/8. Queen of cheek Ruby Wax tackles chosen subjects with the help of comedy clips from the BBC archive.
1.30 Punt and Dennis: It's
Been a Bad Week
4/9. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis scour the week's media stories forthe tickling misfortunes of others.
Repeated from Thursday
2/2. Zoe Ball recalls the late-80s music and lifestyle movement known as "acid house", whose melding of house sounds with a 1960s drug sensibility resulted in a sizeable pop-cultural shift. The Magic Roundabout
A look at the advent of ecstasy-fuelled rave events, illegally and spontaneously staged in remote venues, typically around the M25. The scene resulted in the formation of a special police unit and the DJ culture that partially defined the 90s. With music from
Moby, the Shamen, the Prodigy, Deee-Lite and Soul II Soul, who all took the sounds into the charts.
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