Sandi Toksvig

You can listen to Sandi Toksvig every weekday from midday on London's LBC 97.3FM on SKY Channel 927 and on the web at www.lbc.co.uk or download Podcasts at ITunes (Now one of the UK's top Podcasts)

Monday, February 28, 2005

Sandi Toksvig the last few weeks

Tuesday 22nd February
Feelin' hot, hot, hot? Sandi was as she celebrated summer with a show dedicated to those toasty warm summer days. Also on the menu; chewing gum, possum nipple warmers old age pensioners forgetting their pin numbers all in the company of comedian Mary Bourke, then as if the day wasn't perfect enough the lovely Sheila Hanncock came in to talk about using Kenneth Williams' toilet and her starring role in The Anniversary at the Garrick, for tickets call the LBC 97.3 Ticketline on 0870 3800 973 or
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Monday 21st February
Sandi Toksvig was mostly live from 'The Home of Football' - Arsenal's, Highbury ground. Sandi hosted a very special show in aid of childline. If you would like to make a donation to Childline please
click here Sandi was joined by Bonnie Langford, dressed only in the Arsenal strip, ex Arsenal player - Kenny Sampson and John 'sports boy' Cushing. We asked you to pledge for childline. Amongst the many calls and texts, Karen in Bromley promised £500 if Kenny could get as many Arsenal players signatures for her football mad boyfriend Andy. If you want to know more about Childline - click here
Friday 18th February
Bonnie Langford New York has the 'Big Apple' but London has no catchphrase so Bonnie invited you to suggest one. Lili In Steatham suggested 'London - the city that never sweeps' but we all liked 'Living La Vida London' The lovely Alkarim Jivani was Bonnie's special guest. Comedian Alan Francis dropped by he's appearing at The Kings Head Crouch End and then before you could say 'oh look here's another comedian' Hattie Hayridge' came along plugging her gig at The Hackney Empire. Throughout the show we featured the very funny Dean Park and his Wee Andy Webber single Buy Dean Park's single from Amazon
Thursday 17th February
Bonnie Langford for Sandi, today Bonnie revealed she once tap danced with Gene Kelly and loves fishy bites but not cockroaches, at least not on the same plate. Bonnie's guest was Ayesha Hazarica, who is staging a special event for International Women's Day. Comedian Ed Byrne was in moaning about having to sing the Lord's prayer with Cliff Richard, he also made a rude joke about a banana that Bonnie was eating. Finally Bonnie rounded off the show with a couple of cast members from 'Ying Tong' the new play about the Goons.
Oh and Bonnie also asked you about your fantasy comedy line-up, there were suggestions ranging from Bill Hicks to Old Man Steptoe and Molly Sugden to Bob Hope. Don't forget you can always EMail the show
bonnie@lbc.co.uk or call on 0870 90 90 973.
Wednesday 16th February
With Sandi away, Bonnie Langford hosted the show. Annie Caulfield was Bonnie's guest and Annie revealed that her grandad had given her, in his will, the piece of shrapnel left in his right foot during the Great War also Annie mentioned a disturbing dream she had about Ronnie Corbett. Bonnie talked about Royal Kitsch, a bottle opener in the shape of the Pope and that coffee is good for you. David Thomson the author of
'The Whole Equation ' gave an amazing insight into the history of Hollywood. Concert promoter Raymond Gubbay talked about his new production of Carmen at The Albert Hall

Tuesday 15th February
This week Sandi is mostly taking a week off so
Bonnie Langford hosted today's show. Bonnie talked about the power of chocolate, men using hair removal cream, gadgets you never use and DIY disasters. Bonnie was joined by the talented Stella Duffy, the rather hyperactive Helen Tayler (who ate three bars of chocolate during the show) and Amanda Waring who is starring in 'For The Love Of Chocolate' at the Jermyn Street Theatre and spends most of her time drenched head to toe in delicious chocolate from Paul Young.

Monday 14th February
This week Sandi is mostly taking a week off so the lovely
Bonnie Langford hosted today's show. Bonnie talked Valentines, gay penguins, orange, sorry, saffron curtains in Central Park New York, how to live for ever and purging your body. Bonnie was joined by Jack Klaff, Aussie comedian Carl Barron who's appearing at The Riverside Studios and Patrick Nolan and Martin Jenkins from the amazing 'Stones In His Pockets' play next Tuesday at The Fairfield Halls Croydon.
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