And at 6.15 Pause for Thought with the Rev Richard Hill in Northern Ireland.
With Brian Matthew.
Sitting in for Jonathan Ross. Go to www.radiotimes.com today for guest details
Clive Anderson presents a portrait of the inimitably fine satirist and comedian Peter Cook , who died in January 1995. The programme includes insight and anecdotes from friends and colleagues, plus unusual archive recordings. Producer Frank Stirling
Music and chat.
With America's Greatest Hits of 2004. Featuring the year's top tunes in the American charts.
Rarely aired 60s recordings.
Tips for a stereo collection, including a spotlight on U2's album War (1983).
Martin Fry assesses the legacy of Duran Duran , the Birmingham-bred quintet that arrived in 1981 on a wave of New Romanticism before re-emerging a year later as the ultimate teen-appeal act of the era. Non-stop chart hits and high-gloss videos followed, with Girls on Film, Hungry like the Wolf, Save a Prayer, Rio, The
Reflex, The Wild Boys, A View to a Kill and the 1993 comeback single Ordinary World all defining the Durannie sound. Featuring new interviews with the band, plus input from Hazel O'Connor , Gary Kemp and producer Nile Rodgers. Producer Nick Barraclough
Easy-listening jazz. And at 2.30 Pause for Thought with the Rev Richard Hill in Northern Ireland.
6.15 as 2.30