Including at 6.15 Pause for Thought withClairJaquiss.
With Brian Matthew.
Sitting in for Jonathan Ross for the next three weeks.
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3/8. Series showcasingthe irreverent
Professor Arthur Smith , who this week lectures on healthy living and self-denial. With archive comedy back-up from Graham Chapman , Roy "Chubby" Brown, Mel Smith , Griff Rhys Jones and others. Producer Andy Foster
1.30 The Day the Music Died 4/8. A topical comedy show satirising events in the music industry. With Andrew Collins , Jon Holmes and Robin Ince.
Repeated from Thursday
Dale Winton counts down pop charts from 1969 and 1985.
Sitting in for Richard Allinson.
With America's Greatest Hits.
Tips for a record collection, including Supertramp's 1979 monster hit Breakfast in America.
Mark Lamarr presents a profile of punk band Buzzcocks, whose stinging, melodic bursts of longing and wit hyperactivated the late-70s charts with singles like What Do I Get?, I Don't Mind and, most iconically, Ever Fallen in Love (with Someone You
Shouldnt've). This programme recalls the band's initial success, the split that followed and their resuscitation in the late 80s. Contributors include band members Pete Shelley, Steve Diggle, John Maher, Steve Garvey, Howard Devoto, Tony Barber and Phil Barker, plus Paul Morley and Anthony H Wilson.
I ncl ud ing at 2.30 Pause for Thought with Steve Goddard.
6.15 as 2.30