Vic Reeves 's House Arrest 5/6. Sketch show in which Vic Reeves spends a day in house arrest for a crime he didn't commit.
1.30 That Was Then, This Is Now 3/6. Richard Herring and accomplices Bob Mortimer , Noel Fielding and Nancy Sorrell recall this week in history, spiked with nonsense. Repeated from last Thursday
Recorded earlier this month at the indigo in the 02 Arena, a concert featuring a range of now-popular acts who performed for the Radio 2 Music Club when their star was on the rise. On the bill tonight are indie pop trio the Hoosiers, singer/ songwriter and acoustic guitarist Newton Faulkner, Freddie Mercury-inspired pop success Mika, Scottish singer/songwriter KT Tunstall and easy listening folk-pop star James Blunt.
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