Sean Lock and Friends at the Fringe
1/2. Stand-up Sean Lock (15 Storeys High) introduces the first of two comedy shows from this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival, recorded in the Assembly Rooms' Music Hall.
Producer Tilusha Ghelani
1.30 Miranda Hart's Joke Shop
New series 1/4. Miranda Hart stars in her own sitcom about a tall, self-effacing woman who uses her inheritance cash to buy a joke shop despite her lack of business sense. With Patricia Hodge as Miranda's bothered mother and Sarah Hadland as her business partner, plus Tom Ellis and Jason Watkins. Producer Dawn Ellis
Profile of British-born keyboardist and songwriter Rod Temperton, who enjoyed big disco-era success as part of Heatwave (Boogie Nights, Always and Forever and The Groove Line) before writing hits for US R&B/pop stars such as Donna Summer, George Benson, Aretha Franklin, James Ingram, Patti Austin, Herbie Hancock and, most lucratively, Michael Jackson. Contributors include producer Quincy Jones, George Benson and Patti Austin.
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