Out to Lunch
5/6. Russell Kane with zaniness.
1.30 The Ivan Brackenbury Show Sitcom showcasing two-time Edinburgh Festival Fringe star
Tom Binns as insensitive hospital radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury.
With Justin Moorhouse as the porter, Ella Kenion as the manager and Charlotte Hudson as a pregnant patient.
Producer Julia McKenzie
Paul Sexton explores the protest song and how the era of the George W Bush administration - including the war in Iraq, Florida's handling of the 2004 presidential election and 2005's Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans - galvanised both established and emerging singer/songwriters into writing protest material. Plus a took at the return of the classic protest singer such as Joan Baez and Neil Young , and how the youth vote has been courted through modem musicians. With input from US singer/songwriters Tom Russell, Eliza Gilkyson and Jackson Browne. Producer Sam Gregory
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