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The Smith Lectures
7/10. Irreverent series showcasing Professor Emeritus Arthur Smith.
This week's "On the Town" lecture features archive snips from Pablo Francisco , Jo Caulfield , Graeme Garden , Greg Proops and others.
1.30 The Powder Room
3/6. Comedy with Julia Morris , Gina Yashere and Lucy Porter.
Repeated from Thursday

Contributors

Unknown:
Pablo Francisco
Unknown:
Jo Caulfield
Unknown:
Graeme Garden
Unknown:
Greg Proops
Unknown:
Julia Morris
Unknown:
Gina Yashere
Unknown:
Lucy Porter.

Music aficionado Mark Lamarr escapes to the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, where he takes a guided musical tour down the landmark Sixth Street with Brian Hofeldt (of Austin's top twanging band the Derailers). Plus a special live session from bluegrass quintet the Boxcar Preachers and live sets recorded at the festival.

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Lamarr
Producer:
Al Booth

To coincide with this year's
South by Southwest music festival in Texas, Lone Star resident and songwriter Darden Smith explores the state's rich and varied musical landscape.
Contributors include Lyle Lovett , Kris Kristofferson , Steve Earle , Joe Ely , Terry Allen , Rodney Crowell ,
Natalie Maines (of the Dixie Chicks) and Delbert McClinton.
Producer Julia Hayball

Contributors

Songwriter:
Darden Smith
Unknown:
Lyle Lovett
Unknown:
Kris Kristofferson
Unknown:
Steve Earle
Unknown:
Joe Ely
Unknown:
Terry Allen
Unknown:
Rodney Crowell
Unknown:
Natalie Maines
Unknown:
Delbert McClinton.
Producer:
Julia Hayball

Stuart Maconie presents highlights from South by Southwest, with music by Morrissey, Ray Davies, Goldfrapp and Richard Hawley.

Contributors

Presenter:
Stuart Maconie
Producer:
Sarah Gaston
Singer:
null Morrisey
Musician:
Ray Davies
Musicians:
null Goldfrapp
Singer:
Richard Hawley

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