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Saturday 22nd November 2014
A fairly quiet Saturday today, but don't miss out on Perry & Croft: Made In Britain.
Charlie Higson and Harry Hill have lamented modern science teaching. The Independent
Catch up on these new TV episodes from Saturday's schedule...
Jonathan welcomes stand-up comedian Lee Evans, singer Noel Gallagher, actor Sheila Hancock, and comedian/actor Jack Whitehall. There is music from one of the most successful boy bands ever, Boyzone.
This episode examines British attitudes towards class and social status.
Here is a list of new radio episodes that went out on Saturday. Catch-up via iPlayer...
Georgie Thompson hosts Fighting Talk as a panel of experts try to win points for punditry on the week's sports stories.
Grace Dent interviews Richard Herring and Sarah Smith about their experiences of making radio comedy in the early 1990s.
The comedy troupe So On And So Forth have been given their own BBC Radio 4 sketch show series. Read
Lee Evans, one of the UK's best known stand-ups, has unexpectedly announced he is to retire from comedy. Read
Jason Manford explains why his new DVD is making people soil themselves, and he talks about his club chain. Read
Win tickets to see Variety Soup in London. It's the fantastic hit show from the Slightly Fat Features ensemble. Enter
Dave Cohen prepares Big Comedy Conference delegates with an attempt to explain EVERY type of joke. Read
Sarah Millican chats to Richard Herring in the latest episode of his podcast series. It's a funny chat. Listen
Paddy McGuinness is to return to comedy acting with a role in ITV's new midwife sitcom, The Delivery Man. Read
Comedy sketch duo Flip and Maggie ask 'Where are the people, particularly women, of our age in comedy?' Read
Comedy Central has confirmed the commission of a new studio sitcom. It's called I Live With Models. Read