Loose Ends (radio)
Loose Ends is a British radio programme originally broadcast on Saturday mornings, and then transmitted early Saturday evenings from 1998 by BBC Radio 4. It was hosted by Ned Sherrin until 2006, and has been hosted by Clive Anderson and Peter Curran since 2007. The programme brings together guests, generally from the world of entertainment, in a mix of interviews, sets by comedians and musical sessions.
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... it developed out of The Colour Supplement, a Sunday morning programme which had featured early LooseEnds contributors such as Stephen Fry, Robert Elms and Victor ... The latter's contributions to LooseEnds were highly regarded tape packages, marking a mischievous and disruptive element to the programme which was lost over time ... cancer, Peter Curran stood in as presenter of LooseEnds with Patrick Kielty and Clive Anderson as guest presenters ...
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