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45 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 06 March 2010

Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Clive is joined by businesswoman Hilary Devey and American crime writer George Pelecanos.

Gideon Coe talks to hidden camera prankster Olivia Lee.

With comedy from Phil Nichol and music from Tunng and Laura Marling.

Music Played

2 items
  • George Pelecanos

    George Pelecanos

    Clive Anderson is joined by the award winning American crime author and ‘The Wire’ writer George Pelecanos. His latest book, ‘The Way Home’, is out in paperback now.

    George Pelecanos
  • Hilary Devey

    Hilary Devey

    Hilary Devey - a self made millionaire talks to Clive about her new troubleshooting series 'The Business Inspector'. In which she aims to transform struggling small businesses. 'The Business Inspector' begins on Wednesday 17 March 20.00pm on Five.

  • Gideon Coe talks to Olivia Lee

    Gideon Coe talks to Olivia Lee

    Gideon Coe trys not to be duped by prankster Olivia Lee. Her new hidden camera show, ‘Dirty Sexy Funny: Olivia Lee’ is on Comedy Central (Sky 126 / Virgin 132) from Monday 8 March at 22.00pm.

    Dirty Sexy Funny: Olivia Lee
  • Phil Nichol

    Phil Nichol

    Comedy comes from Phil Nichol who gives us an extract from his show ‘Phil Nichol Is Bobby Spade:  A Deadpan Poet Sings Quiet Songs Quietly’ at the Soho Theatre between Saturday 6 th March, 8-13 March at 9.30 pm

    Phil Nichol - Chortle
  • Laura Marling

    Laura Marling

    Music from folk songstress Laura Marling performing her new single 'Devil's Spoke' from her album ‘I Speak Because I Can’, released on Monday 22 March. She is on a UK tour throughout April.

    Laura Marling
  • Tunng


    And breezy indie pop from Tunng who play the opening track ‘Hustle’ from their album ‘… And Then We Saw Land’. They are performing four dates in March - Manchester (23rd), London (25th), Bristol (26th) and Brighton (28th).



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