1/6. Comedian Lee Mack presents stand-up comedy and sketches, with support from Angela McHale and band leader Steve Brown , and weekly musical guests and comedians. The series kicks off with Tony Hadley and Trevor Crook. Repeated from Thursday
2/2. Mark Lamarr presents a personal selection of rap favourites. Among the featured acts are
Doug E Fresh (aka Doug E Davis), LL Cool J (James Todd Smith ), Public Enemy, Ghostface Killah
(Tony Starks , born Dennis Coles ), Chubb Rock (Richard Simpson ),
Black Rob (Robert Ross ), Nas and Puff Daddy (Nasir Jones and Sean Combs ), and Royce Da 5' 9" (Ryan Montgomery ).
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