4/6. Punk-nostalgic sitcom in which Adrian Edmondson stars as Vernon - a disgracefully ageing punk rocker and divorcee who moves in with his kids, much to their annoyance. Ben Elton co-stars as the best mate who has opted for suburban comforts. The story continues with Vernon on a tricky quest for sex.
1.30 Lee Mack
4/6. The comedian hosts a variety show featuring stand-up comedy and Sketches. Repeated from Thursday
To coincide with the release of her third album, New York-based singer/songwriter Norah Jones (born Geethali Norah Jones Shankar) performs a one-off concert for Radio 2, recorded on 13 January at LSO St Lukes, London. The singer, who fuses pop, jazz, country and folk, first conquered the mainstream in 2002 with her multi-Grammy-winning, multi-million-selling debut album Come Away with Me. Producer Sarah Gaston
See also BBCI Sessions: Norah Jones tomorrow night at 10.45pm on BBC1
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