2/6. Zany show in which host Rob Deering and Russell Howard combine stand-up, sketches, character monologues, music, new UK talent, special guests and entertaining demands on the studio audience.
With comedic boosts from Katherine Jakeways, Simon Brodkin, Colin and Fergus, Tim Key and Paul Foot.
Britain's premier synth-pop duo return to London's West End for a special concert recorded on 4 June to mark the reopening of the BBC's newly refurbished art deco Radio
Theatre, located in the basement of Broadcasting House. Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe perform songs from their celebrated repertoire, which includes Being Boring, Heart, Always on My
Mind, So Hard, Flamboyant, Minimal, Suburbia, Rent and West End Girls. Producer Sarah Gaston
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