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23/10/2010

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

Clive is joined by the King of Chat Sir Michael Parkinson, who recalls some of his greatest heroes, characters and moments from over two thousand of the world's most famous names he has interviewed over his career.

Queen of Reggae Marcia Griffiths talks about her career as the biggest selling female reggae singer of all time. From Bob and Marcia and their hit 'Young, Gifted and Black' to a member of the I-Threes, who performed with Jamaica's first supergroup, Bob Marley and The Wailers.

And Crown Prince of stage and screen, Rufus Sewell, this time plays a humble builder in Channel 4's bid to compete with the X-Factors and Strictlys of Saturday Night television - Pillars of the Earth. A twelfth century epic based in the turbulent, war torn years of The Anarchy, with an all star cast and plenty of sex, blood and sweat.

Arthur Smith talks to the font of all knowledge Simon Garfield. From Ariel and Comic Sans to Times New Roman and Baskerville, Simon's looked at them all and tells Arthur what your choice of typeset reveals about you.

Music comes from the California coast with the Grammy award winning all-American rock band Train performing a special acoustic version of their single If It's Love.

And with soaring harmonies and rootsy swagger, Glasgow's acoustic foot stompers Kassidy play a track from their forthcoming release, The Rubbergum EP Volume 3.

Producer: Cathie Mahoney.

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45 minutes

Last on

Sat 23 Oct 2010 18:15