Clive Anderson, Kerry Fox, Robert Glenister, Jocelyn Jee Esien, Rubberbandits, Nikki Bedi, Bassekou Kouyate, Devendra Banhart
Clive's duped by actor Robert Glenister, well known for playing seasoned grifter Ashley "Three socks" Morgan in 'Hustle'. Robert makes his directorial debut in BBC One's 'Moving On' with 'Blood Ties'; a stand- alone drama, exploring contemporary issues linked by characters who reach a turning point in life and move on. It's on Thursday 31st January at 14.15.
Clive's in Anuvahood talking to One Non Blonde and Little Miss, Jocelyn Jee Esien, who plays pastor's wife Myra in a new touring comedy. Set in an upwardly mobile Black family in late 70's Philadelphia, Myra's world is shaken by the arrival of a relative from the rural South. 'One Monkey Don't Stop No Show' is in London until Saturday 9th February.
It's a stick up! Nikki Bedi's hijacked by faux-gansta comedy duo Rubberbandits. Following their successful debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Irish rapping eejits Blindboy Boat Club and Mr Chrome are bouncing around London's West End with their brilliantly bad-taste, riotously crude and satirical hip-hop act. They're at Soho Theatre until Saturday 2nd February.
Clive has an Angel At His Table in the form of actress Kerry Fox who disposed of a corpse in 'Shallow Grave' and got rather raunchy with Mark Rylance in 'Intimacy'. Kerry stars as the flamboyant Florence Lancaster in Noël Coward's 'The Vortex' about her relationship with her decadent, drug-addicted son. It's at Rose Theatre Kingston from Thursday 7th February until Saturday 2nd March.
With music from Malian ngoni maestro Bassekou Kouyaté and his band Ngoni Ba, who perform 'Jama Ko' from their album of the same name.
With more music from the mystical love-child of the nu-folk movement Devendra Banhart who performs 'Never Seen Such Good Things' from his album 'Mala'.
Producer: Cathie Mahoney.