New series 1/6. Return of the series showcasing the irreverent Professor Emeritus Arthur Smith , who ushers in a new term with a lecture on the human life cycle. He doctors the lesson with archive moments from
Peter Cook and Dudley Moore ,
John Sparkes , Jo Enright , Jo Caulfield , Hal Cruttenden and others.
Producer Andy Foster
1.30 The Day the Music Died 2/3. Satirical series in which Andrew Collins targets various aspects of the music industry. Repeated from Thursday
Professor Emeritus Arthur
An exclusive set from the unstoppable rocker
Rod Stewart , recorded live with his band at Abbey Road Studios in London. Featuring songs from his latest album, The Great American Songbook Vol ///, and hits from his vast repertoire. Producer Sarah Gaston
Easy-listeningjazz aimed norvexclusively at casual followers of jazz. And from
1.00 to 2.00am therapist Brett Kahr offers advice to listeners who phone in on [number removed]. including at 2.30 Pause for Thought with Becky Silver.
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