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04/07/2009

Duration:
45 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 04 July 2009

Clive Anderson is joined by Peter Capaldi, Trisha Goddard and Benjamin Zephaniah.

Emma Freud talks to food writer and presenter Valentine Warner.

With comedy from Keith Farnan and music from the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble and Hafdis Huld.

  • Trisha Goddard

    Trisha Goddard

    Clive Anderson is joined by TV presenter and talkshow queen Trisha Goddard. Her autobiography 'Trisha - A Life Less Ordinary' is out now published by John Blake.

    Trisha Goddard
  • Peter Capaldi

    Peter Capaldi

    Peter Capaldi, most recently seen as foul-mouthed spin doctor Malcolm Tucker in Armando Iannucci’s ‘In the Loop’ and ‘The Thick of It’, has turned his hand to directing the comedy drama ‘Getting On’, a three part series which is part of BBC Four’s Grey Expectations Season beginning Wednesday 8 July.

    Grey Expectations
  • Benjamin Zephaniah

    Benjamin Zephaniah

    Poet Benjamin Zephaniah drops by before his forthcoming show as part of the Southbank Literary Festival, Friday 10th July at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The Southbank Literary Festival is on until Thursday 16 July

    Benjamin Zephaniah
  • Valentine Warner

    Valentine Warner

    Emma Freud’s our intrepid interviewer this week, hunting for culinary delights with forager, chef and fisherman Valentine Warner. Valentine’s new series ‘What To Eat Now’ begins Monday 6 July, 20.30pm on BBC Two. His new book 'What To Eat Now - More Please!', featuring the Spring and Summer recipes from the television series, is out now, published by Octopus.

    BBC Two
  • Keith Farnan

    Keith Farnan returns to Loose Ends to provide some more thought provoking comedy. After last year's triumph at the Edinburgh festival, a show about the death penalty, his latest, tackles racism and religiosity head on. ‘No Blacks. No Jews. No Dogs. No Irish. All Welcome’ is at the Underbelly, Edinburgh from Thursday 6 to Sunday 30 August.

    Keith Farnan – Myspace
  • Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

    Music from Chicago’s Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, eight horns and a drum kit from eight brothers, all sons of jazz great and Sun Ra collaborator Kelan Philip Cochran. Performing the track ‘War’, they play UK festivals throughout the summer, including Lovebox Weekender, Womad and The Big Chill.

    Hypnotic Brass Ensemble - MySpace
  • Hafdis Huld

    And the sound of young Iceland, Hafdis Huld, performs latest single ‘Kongulu’. Currently on tour, she is playing Chester on Saturday 4, Halifax Thursday 9th and playing the Secret Garden Party on Saturday 25 July.

    Hafdis Huld

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