The Smith Lectures

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20040724"

1/8. A Smith Safari: Arthur Smith returns with an eight-part comedy series, beginning with a comedic tour around the Animal Kingdom.

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20040724'1/8. A Smith Safari: Arthur Smith returns with an eight-part comedy series, beginning with a comedic tour around the Animal Kingdom.'
200407241/8. A Smith Safari: Arthur Smith returns with an eight-part comedy series, beginning with a comedic tour around the Animal Kingdom.
20040731"

2/8. The Parameters of Socially Acceptable Behaviour: Arthur Smith takes a comic look at etiquette and ponders the unwritten laws of drinking, and the correct way to behave in front of a policeman.

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20040731'2/8. The Parameters of Socially Acceptable Behaviour: Arthur Smith takes a comic look at etiquette and ponders the unwritten laws of drinking, and the correct way to behave in front of a policeman.'
200407312/8. The Parameters of Socially Acceptable Behaviour: Arthur Smith takes a comic look at etiquette and ponders the unwritten laws of drinking, and the correct way to behave in front of a policeman.
20040814"

4/8. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled National Identity and takes the form of a trip around the world, or at least the nearest bits of it.

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20040814'4/8. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled National Identity and takes the form of a trip around the world, or at least the nearest bits of it.'
200408144/8. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled National Identity and takes the form of a trip around the world, or at least the nearest bits of it.
20040821This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled Return to Arthur's Caff and comes direct from the College Refectory.
20040821This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled Return to Arthur's Caff and comes direct from the College Refectory.
20040904"

7/10. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec (special rates for cash) concerns technology. Featuring hi-tech humour from Peter Kay, Al Murray, Suzi Berger and Alonzo Bodden."

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20040904'

7/10. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec (special rates for cash) concerns technology. Featuring hi-tech humour from Peter Kay, Al Murray, Suzi Berger and Alonzo Bodden.

20040904'7/10. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec (special rates for cash) concerns technology. Featuring hi-tech humour from Peter Kay, Al Murray, Suzi Berger and Alonzo Bodden.'
20040911Professor Arthur Smith gives a useful and instructive talk which supplies us with a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour.
20040911Professor Arthur Smith gives a useful and instructive talk which supplies us with a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour.
20040918"

9/10. This week it's Arthur Smith's guide to The Seven Deadly Sins, a one-off special which attempts to cram the entire spectrum of inappropriate human behaviour into less than 30 minutes.

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20040918'9/10. This week it's Arthur Smith's guide to The Seven Deadly Sins, a one-off special which attempts to cram the entire spectrum of inappropriate human behaviour into less than 30 minutes.'
200409189/10. This week it's Arthur Smith's guide to The Seven Deadly Sins, a one-off special which attempts to cram the entire spectrum of inappropriate human behaviour into less than 30 minutes.
20050108"

3/6. Professor Arthur Smith offers a celebration of sporting achievements and a guide to attaining physical perfection. Expect to hear from Ian Moore, Dylan Moran, Boothby Graffoe and Al Murray.

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20050108'3/6. Professor Arthur Smith offers a celebration of sporting achievements and a guide to attaining physical perfection. Expect to hear from Ian Moore, Dylan Moran, Boothby Graffoe and Al Murray.'
200501083/6. Professor Arthur Smith offers a celebration of sporting achievements and a guide to attaining physical perfection. Expect to hear from Ian Moore, Dylan Moran, Boothby Graffoe and Al Murray.
20050115"

4/6. The subject for this week is The Pictures, with Arthur Smith revisiting the mythical 50s fleapit, the Tooting Bec Ritzy. Archive comedy comes from Louise Duart, Tommy Cooper and Eddie Izzard.

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20050115'4/6. The subject for this week is The Pictures, with Arthur Smith revisiting the mythical 50s fleapit, the Tooting Bec Ritzy. Archive comedy comes from Louise Duart, Tommy Cooper and Eddie Izzard.'
200501154/6. The subject for this week is The Pictures, with Arthur Smith revisiting the mythical 50s fleapit, the Tooting Bec Ritzy. Archive comedy comes from Louise Duart, Tommy Cooper and Eddie Izzard.
20050122"

5/6. The subject for this week is Great Moments In History, with Arthur Smith attempting to cover the complete and utter history of the world.

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20050122'5/6. The subject for this week is Great Moments In History, with Arthur Smith attempting to cover the complete and utter history of the world.'
200501225/6. The subject for this week is Great Moments In History, with Arthur Smith attempting to cover the complete and utter history of the world.
20050129"

6/6. In the final lecture of the series, Professor Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show.

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20050129'6/6. In the final lecture of the series, Professor Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show.'
200501296/6. In the final lecture of the series, Professor Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show.
20050430"

Arthur Smith returns with a new six-part comedy series. In his opening lecture, Good and Evil, Smith takes the high ground.

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20050430'Arthur Smith returns with a new six-part comedy series. In his opening lecture, Good and Evil, Smith takes the high ground.'
20050430Arthur Smith returns with a new six-part comedy series. In his opening lecture, Good and Evil, Smith takes the high ground.
20050507"

Time Off and What You Can Do with It: Arthur Smith, aka Professor Smith, grapples with the very concept of time itself and then shows you how to waste it. Featuring comedy from the BBC archive.

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20050507'Time Off and What You Can Do with It: Arthur Smith, aka Professor Smith, grapples with the very concept of time itself and then shows you how to waste it. Featuring comedy from the BBC archive.'
20050507Time Off and What You Can Do with It: Arthur Smith, aka Professor Smith, grapples with the very concept of time itself and then shows you how to waste it. Featuring comedy from the BBC archive.
20050514"

Arthur Smith continues his comedy series. In his lecture entitled New Age, Smith maintains that the body is a temple. With laughs from Smith and Jones, Murray Roman, Marcus Brigstocke and more.

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20050514'Arthur Smith continues his comedy series. In his lecture entitled New Age, Smith maintains that the body is a temple. With laughs from Smith and Jones, Murray Roman, Marcus Brigstocke and more.'
20050514Arthur Smith continues his comedy series. In his lecture entitled New Age, Smith maintains that the body is a temple. With laughs from Smith and Jones, Murray Roman, Marcus Brigstocke and more.
20050528Arthur Smith continues with a six-part comedy series. This week's lecture explores The Great Outdoors.
20050528Arthur Smith continues with a six-part comedy series. This week's lecture explores The Great Outdoors.
20050604"

This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, comes direct from the College Refectory where Professor Arthur Smith presents his annual guide to eating and drinking.

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20050604'This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, comes direct from the College Refectory where Professor Arthur Smith presents his annual guide to eating and drinking.'
20050604This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, comes direct from the College Refectory where Professor Arthur Smith presents his annual guide to eating and drinking.
20050611"

This week thanks to the BBC's Missing-Believed-Wiped campaign, we present an edition of The Smith Lectures that was first broadcast in 1968, a time when Professor Arthur Smith was a young buck.

This week thanks to the BBC's Missing-Believed-Wiped campaign, we present an edition of The Smith Lectures that was first broadcast in 1968, a time when Professor Arthur Smith was a young buck."

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20050611'

This week thanks to the BBC's Missing-Believed-Wiped campaign, we present an edition of The Smith Lectures that was first broadcast in 1968, a time when Professor Arthur Smith was a young buck.

20050611'This week thanks to the BBC's Missing-Believed-Wiped campaign, we present an edition of The Smith Lectures that was first broadcast in 1968, a time when Professor Arthur Smith was a young buck.'
20050618'ARTHUR SMITH concludes his six-part comedy series with a lecture on music. Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN.'

ARTHUR SMITH concludes his six-part comedy series with a lecture on music. Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN.

200602041/10. Arthur Smith returns with a ten-part comedy series.
200602041/10. Arthur Smith returns with a ten-part comedy series.
200602112/10. Smith's tri-annual not quite Valentine's Day lecture entitled 'Love makes the world go round or is it in fact the gravitational collapse of accreting materials formed at the beginning of time'.
200602112/10. Smith's tri-annual not quite Valentine's Day lecture entitled 'Love makes the world go round or is it in fact the gravitational collapse of accreting materials formed at the beginning of time'.
200602183/10. Arthur Smith examines the idea of capitalism by palming off some old material as newly minted insight.
200602183/10. Arthur Smith examines the idea of capitalism by palming off some old material as newly minted insight.
200602254/10. Arthur Smith presents the fourth in a ten-part comedy series. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Human Body: A User's Guide.
200602254/10. Arthur Smith presents the fourth in a ten-part comedy series. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Human Body: A User's Guide.
200603044/10. Arthur Smith presents the latest in the series. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Art of the Performer.
200603044/10. Arthur Smith presents the latest in the series. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Art of the Performer.
20060311"

Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This afternoon's lecture concerns time, the past, the meaning of history and the nature of nostalgia.

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20060311'Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This afternoon's lecture concerns time, the past, the meaning of history and the nature of nostalgia.'
20060311Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This afternoon's lecture concerns time, the past, the meaning of history and the nature of nostalgia.
20060318"

7/10. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled, On the Town With Arthur Smith, and attempts to condense an entire evening out into just 27 minutes.

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20060318'7/10. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled, On the Town With Arthur Smith, and attempts to condense an entire evening out into just 27 minutes.'
200603187/10. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled, On the Town With Arthur Smith, and attempts to condense an entire evening out into just 27 minutes.
200603258/10. Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This week's Smith Lecture attempts to lighten the Winter gloom by looking forward to the warmer weather.
200603258/10. Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This week's Smith Lecture attempts to lighten the Winter gloom by looking forward to the warmer weather.
20060408"

10/10. Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show, offering a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour. With Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Rainer Hersch.

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20060408'10/10. Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show, offering a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour. With Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Rainer Hersch.'
2006040810/10. Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show, offering a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour. With Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Rainer Hersch.
20061118'1/5. Arthur Smith presents a new series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec. This week, Prof Smith puts on his driving gloves to explore The Open Road.
20061125'2/5. Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.

In this week's lecture on Sin, Prof Smith takes the high ground, guiding listeners along the path to fulfilment and spiritual growth by way of religion, meditation and binge drinking.

With archive contributions from Anthony J Brown, Peter Cook, Barry Diamond, Gud John Moloney, Mary Unfaithful and Gina Yashere.

200612023/5. Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.
20061209'4/5. Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec. Smith offers his annual guide to eating and drinking, with a variety of food-based comedy clips.
20061216'Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.

5/5. The Arthur Smith Memorial Christmas Lecture for Spekky Kids Who Read Books.

The programme includes all favourite cliches associated with the Christmas period and offers a selection of seasonal stuff from the American Comedy Network, Marcus Brigstocke, National Lampoon, Mitchell and Webb, David Nicholls, Patton Oswalt, Iam Stone and Weird Al Yankovic.

Smith also finds time to touch on the subject that lies at the heart of this great Yuletide religious event - shopping.

20070217'1/5. Arthur Smith presents another series of lectures, today on the subject of love. Including contributions from Alonzo Bodden, Adam Ferrara, Hattie Hayridge, Mitchell and Webb.
200702242/5. Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec. This week's lecture focuses on issues of fashion and style.
20070303'3/5. Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec, on the subject of sport. With commentary from Bill Bailey, Hal Cruttendon, Pete Cain, Steve Coogan.
20070310'4/5. Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec on the subject of communicating, entitled The Doors of Perception, subtitled The Meaning of Meaning.
20070317'5/5. Arthur Smith presents the final lecture in the current series, on the subject of music. With contributions from Mitch Benn, Spencer Brown, Christian Finnegan, DH Hughly.
20080112Arthur Smith presents a new series of lectures.
20080119Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures.
20080126'Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 3/8. This week, a lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, entitled A Journey into Sound.
20080202'Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 4/8. Professor Smith deals with nostalgia, invoking golden memories of childhood, schooldays and adolescence.
20080209'Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 5/8. The professor's 'Not Quite Valentine's Day' Lecture, as he muses about love. With studio guests Sam Battersea and Janey Slater.
20080216'Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 6/8. Professor Smith on artistic endeavour, inspired by the Nine Muses of Greek Mythology - or at least by four of them.
20080223'Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 7/8. Professor Smith presents 'Old Smith's Almanac', an attempt to condense the next 12 months into just 27 minutes.
200803018/8. Arthur Smith concludes his current series of humourous lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.
20080906'The Wireless: Arthur Smith links comedy radio clips featuring performers including Michael Palin, Kenny Everett, and Australian stand-up comic Jimeoin.
20080920Arthur Smith's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is The Smith Guide to Capitalism.
20080927'Arthur Smith presents another series of irreverent lectures. 4/6. The pitfalls of nostalgia, with archive moments from Dylan Moran, John Cleese, Paula Poundstone amongst others.
20081004'Arthur Smith continues with his lecture series.

5/6. This week's lecture focuses on great works of literature, with the majesty of the printed word represented by poetry from Muhammad Ali, Mel Brooks and Spike Milligan, children's stories from Redd Foxx, Shappi Khorsandi and Sid Kipper, and inspirational readings from Peter Cook, Dominic Holland and Fry and Laurie.

20081011'6/6. ARTHUR SMITH concludes his comedy series with a lecture on music. Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN.
0101A Broad Overview19980221Professor Arthur Smith welcomes listeners to a new term at The University of Tooting Bec as he delivers eight more lectures.

The opinions of Professor Smith will, as usual, be reinforced by a selection of top quality archive comedy.

Arthur Smith presents a new six-part series investigating the state of comedy as we approach the end of the millennium.

The first programme gives a broad overview of the topics to be covered in upcoming programmes.

'Professor arthur smith welcomes listeners to a new term at The University of Tooting Bec as he delivers eight more lectures.

The first programme gives a broad overview of the topics to be covered in upcoming programmes.'

010219980228'arthur smith presents a six-part series investigating the state of comedy as we approach the end of the millennium. In the second programme he looks at the divide separating comedians like bernard manning, Jim Davidson and Bobby Davro from comedians like eddie izzard, alexei sayle and rik mayall'
0103Light And Low19980307'Arthur Smith presents a six-part series investigating the state of comedy as we approach the end of the millennium. In the third programme, he looks at the difference between high and low comedy.'
0104Steve Coogan19980314'arthur smith presents a six-part series investigating the state of comedy as we approach the end of the millennium.

In the fourth programme, he looks at the work of steve coogan, whom he terms ``the greatest iconoclast of the last 40 years''.'

0105Irish And American19980321'arthur smith presents a six-part series investigating the state of comedy as we approach the end of the millennium.

In the fifth programme, he discusses Irish and American comedy.

Featured in the programme are Steve Martin, EMO PHILLIPS, greg proops and Jack Benny.'

0106 LAST19980328'arthur smith presents a six-part series investigating the state of comedy as we approach the end of the millennium. The last programme features the very best of comedians from billy connolly to john cleese, from john shuttleworth to frankie howerd'
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0202Life From Birth To Death19990123This instalment of arthur smith's eight-part series about comedy begins a pair of programmes looking at life from birth to death. With contributions from jenny eclair, peter cook, hattie hayridge, DYLAN MORAN, matt welcome and Vivian Stanshall.
0203Life From Birth To Death Again19990130Arthur Smith presents an eight-part series about comedy.
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020519990213Arthur Smith presents the fifth instalment of an eight-part series about comedy.
0206Parody19990220'Arthur Smith presents the sixth instalment of an eight-part series about comedy. In this programme, he turns his attention to the art of parody.'
0207Cliche19990227'Arthur Smith presents the seventh instalment of an eight-part series about comedy. In this programme, he looks at the comedy cliche.'
0208 LASTVox Pop19990306'Arthur Smith explores comedy. In this programme, he focuses on vox pop - the voice of the man on the street.'
0301Nostalgia19991106'Arthur Smith returns with a seven-part comedy series. This first programme deals with nostalgia and features contributions from Alan Davies, Patricia Routledge, Fry and Laurie, Jack Dee, Les Dawson, the Ovaltineys, and the Grumbleweeds.'
0302The British Character19991113'arthur smith presents a seven-part comedy series. This second programme investigates the British character and features contributions from rik mayall, Adrian Edmonson, Mrs Merton, alan partridge, jo brand, Harold and Albert Steptoe, lenny henry, kenneth horne, Sacha Distel, Morecambe and Wise and Sir john gielgud'
0303Compelled To Perform19991120'Arthur Smith presents a seven-part comedy series. This third programme investigates the reason why some people feel compelled to perform. Featuring contributions from Hancock and Kerr, Neil Hamburger, Burns and Allen, Lee and Herring, Steve Martin and Jack Dee'
0304A History Of Rock19991127'Arthur Smith presents a seven-part comedy series.

This fourth programme, a history of rock, features contributions from Eddie Murphy, Stan Freberg, Bad News, Alastair Cooke, Professor Stanley Unwin, Vic Reeves, Frank Sidebottom and Lee Hurst'

0305Complete History Of The World 119991204'Arthur Smith presents a seven-part comedy series. This fifth programme is the first of a two-parter attempting to cover the complete history of the world, from the invention of the wheel to the invention of the wheel clamp. With contributions from Mel Brooks, Monty Python, Leslie Phillips, Terry-Thomas, the Reduced Shakespeare Company, Benny Hill, Eddie Izzard and Orson Welles'
0306Complete History Of The World 219991211'arthur smith presents a seven-part comedy series. This penultimate programme is the second of a two-parter attempting to cover the complete history of the world. With contributions from bob hope, Jackie Mason, jeremy hardy, eddie izzard, peter sellers, craig ferguson, robert klein and peter cook'
0307 LASTChristmas19991218'ARTHUR SMITH presents the last instalment of the comedy series. It focuses on Christmas and all the cliches associated with the period. With contributions from ADAM SANDLER, BOB RIVERS, STANLEY UNWIN, Mrs Merton, GREG PROOPS, Max Bacon, LILY SAVAGE and KEN DODD'
0401Science And Technology20010512'arthur smith returns with a ten-part comedy series. This first programme takes science and technology as its subject and features contributions from eddie izzard, lee evans, ed byrne and Jeff Foxworthy, and music from the Texas Chainsaw Orchestra.'
0402Culture And Opera20010519'Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This second programme focuses on culture and the world of opera and features contributions from Richard Pryor, Arnold Brown, Omid Djalili and Martin and Molloy.'
0403Health And Efficiency20010526'Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series.

In this third programme, he takes health and efficiency as his topic and features contributions from Rhona Cameron, the 12th Man, Sean Meo, Chris Rush, Milton Jones, Struck Off and Die and Richard Jeni.'

0404The Turn20010609'Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. In this edition, he looks at the cornerstone of the British Light Entertainment industry - the turn. Early showbusiness struggles are recalled by Neil Hamburger, the Jerk Boys, Lily Savage, Stan Freberg and Jack Dee'
0405Unscripted Humour20010616'Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series.

In this edition, he discusses unscripted humour.

The programme includes vox pops, bloopers, outtakes and off-the-cuff comedy from the likes of Chris Morris, the Scaffold, the Frantics, Tony Martin and Anton.'

0406Money20010623'arthur smith presents a ten-part comedy series.

In this edition, his subject is money, with valuable advice on how to get it and - once you've got it - how to keep it.

With contributions from ken dodd, arnold brown, jack dee, rik mayall and Ade Edmonson.'

0407Fashion And Youth Culture20010630'arthur smith presents a ten-part comedy series.

In this edition, his subject is fashion and youth culture, with contributions from the Cast of Idiots, rhona cameron, Denis Leary, rik mayall, Ade Edmonson and Jim Bowen.'

0408The Great Indoors20010707'ARTHUR SMITH presents a ten-part comedy series. In this edition, he explores the Great Indoors, with contributions from Simon B. Cotter, ALAN DAVIES, JACK DEE, JEREMY HARDY, ANDY PARSONS and JOHN SHUTTLEWORTH'
0409The Story Of Broadcasting20010714'Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. In this edition, his subject is the Story of Broadcasting, with contributions from George Carlin, Richard Jeni, Lily Savage, Weird Al Yankovic and Mike Myers.'
0410 LAST20010721Arthur Smith concludes his ten-part comedy series.
04HALLOWEENarthur Smith<-c>'s Trick And Treat Show20011031Arthur Smith presents a special one-off edition of `The Smith Lectures', featuring comedy clips on the theme of Halloween
04HALLOWEENArthur Smith's Trick And Treat Show20011031'ARTHUR SMITH presents a special one-off edition of `The Smith Lectures', featuring comedy clips on the theme of Halloween'
0501A Brief History Of Time20020202ARTHUR SMITH returns with an eight-part comedy series.

This first programme takes `A Brief History of Time' as its subject.

0502The Urge To Merge20020209Arthur Smith presents an eight-part comedy series. This second programme takes `The Urge to Merge' as its subject.
0503Cheap Package Tour20020216In this programme he takes a cheap package tour of comedy and song.
0504On The Town With arthur Smith<-c>20020223Arthur Smith presents an eight-part comedy series. In this fourth programme, he takes `On the Town with Arthur Smith' as his theme.
0504On The Town With Arthur Smith20020223'Arthur Smith presents an eight-part comedy series. In this fourth programme, he takes `On the Town with Arthur Smith' as his theme.'
0505The Four Seasons20020302'In this fifth programme, he takes `The Four Seasons' as his theme.'
0506Arthurs Mind And Body Show20020309'ARTHUR SMITH presents an eight-part comedy series. In this sixth programme, he takes `Arthur's Mind and Body Show' as his theme.'
050720020316'Arthur Smith presents an eight-part comedy series. This seventh programme features contributions from Peter Cook, Eddie Izzard and Gilda Radner among others.'
0508 LASTMusic And Humour20020323'Arthur Smith concludes an eight-part comedy series. In this last programme, he gives an insight into the relationship between music and humour.'
0601The Wireless20020914Arthur Smith returns with a ten-part comedy series. This first programme takes `The wireless' as its subject.
0602The Spoken Word - A Guide To Appropriate And Inappropriate Speech20020921Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This second programme takes `The Spoken Word - A Guide to Appropriate and Inappropriate Speech' as its subject.
0603Light Entertainment20020928Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. In this third programme he takes an in-depth look at the Light Entertainment Industry.
0604The Pictures20021005
0605The Old Jokes Home20021012'ARTHUR SMITH introduces comedy clips featuring performrers including Richard Jeni, PHILL JUPITUS, JO BRAND, JACK DEE and Jimeoin.'
0606The Television20021019': ARTHUR SMITH introduces comedy clips featuring performers including PHILL JUPITUS, PETER COOK, Jerry Sadowitz, Martin Lawrence, CHRIS ROCK and ED BYRNE'

': Arthur Smith introduces comedy clips featuring performers including Phill Jupitus, Peter Cook, Jerry Sadowitz, Martin Lawrence, Chris Rock and Ed Byrne'

0607Trick Or Treat20021026'Trick and Treat Show: Arthur Smith introduces comedy clips on a Halloween theme featuring performers including Eddie Izzard, Vivian Stanshall, the Kipper Family and Kenneth Williams'
0608The Theatre20021102': Arthur Smith introduces comedy clips featuring performers including Martin and Molloy, Rhona Cameron, Boris Karloff, National Lampoon, Marty Feldman and Steptoe and Son.'
0609Music And Humour20021109Arthur Smith attempts to give an insight into the relationship between music and humour. Featuring performers including The Goldberg and Solomon Opera Company and PDQ Bach.
0610 LASTThe Sum Of Human Knowledge20021116'Arthur Smith attempts to cram the sum of human knowledge into one lecture. Featuring the Jerky Boys, Eddie Izzard, Victor Lewis Smith and Steve Martin.'
0701Arthurs Caff20030301This programme celebrates eating and drinking.
0702Health And Efficency20030308
0703Literature20030315Arthur Smith presents the third in a 12-part comedy series. In this programme he attempts to cover the best bits of the greatest works of literature.
0704Transportation20030322'This programme celebrates human transportation in all its forms, from the invention of the wheel, to the invention of the wheel-clamp.'
0705Sporting Achievement20030329'This week's Smith Lecture serves both as a celebration of sporting achievement, and as a guide to achieving physical perfection. It comes direct from the gymnasium at The University of Tooting Bec.'
0706The Old Jokes Home - Again20030405In this week's lecture Professor arthur smith pays another visit to 'The Old Jokes Home' and attempts to explain why the British public loves nothing more than a joke it already knows really well.
0707Grooming20030412'In this week's lecture, Professor Arthur Smith comes direct from the washroom at the University of Tooting Bec, where he covers the topic of grooming.'
0708Around The World20030419This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec takes the form of a 27-minute trip around the world and features some of the best comedy to be found there.
0709Communication20030426'In this week's comical lecture Arthur Smith takes communication as his theme, with an ambitious soundscape celebrating the technological advances in what used to be known as talking to each other.'
0710Art20030503'In this week's comical lecture Arthur Smith takes Art as his subject and features contributions from Neil Hamburger, Thea Vidale, the Cowards, and National Lampoon.'
0711A Day In The Life20030510'Arthur Smith presents the penultimate programme in a 12-part comedy series.

Today's subject is A Day in the Life, as Arthur attempts to cram an entire working day into less than half an hour.'

0712 LASTMusic20030517'Arthur Smith concludes his 12-part comedy series with a music show, featuring among others, Inward Singing from Tenacious D and Surrealist Opera from Jerry Colonna.'
0801Love20040214'arthur smith returns with an eight -part comedy series.

His first lecture is on the subject of love, and features clips from jo brand, Bill Engvall, jeff green and bill hicks'

0802February20040221'Arthur Smith presents the second in an eight-part comedy series.

In this lecture, he asks what the point of February is.'

0803Rites Of Passage20040228'Arthur Smith presents an eight-part comedy series.

In this lecture, his subject is Rites of Passage, with classic archive clips from comedy greats, old and new.'

0804The Pursuit Of Pleasure20040306'The fourth lecture of the series is entitled The Pursuit of Pleasure, in which Professor ARTHUR SMITH concerns himself with the little things that make life worth living.'
0805The Entertainment Industry20040313The fifth lecture of the series in which Professor arthur smith embarks on a close examination of the entertainment industry.

Featuring emo philips and tony hancock

0806The Family20040320The sixth lecture of the series sees Professor ARTHUR SMITH embark on a close examination of the family.
0807Work And Recreation20040327The nominal subject for this week's Smith Lecture is Work and Recreation - being a useful and instructive guide to making money and then losing it again.
0808 LASTMusic20040403'In the final lecture of the series, Professor arthur smith presents his traditional end of term music show.

Further harmony and hilarity is provided by barry cryer and eric idle'

0901A Smith Safari20040724Arthur Smith returns with an eight-part comedy series, beginning with a comedic tour around the Animal Kingdom.

1/8. A Smith Safari: Arthur Smith returns with an eight-part comedy series, beginning with a comedic tour around the Animal Kingdom.

'Arthur Smith returns with an eight-part comedy series, beginning with a comedic tour around the Animal Kingdom.'

0902The Parameters Of Socially Acceptable Behaviour20040731Arthur Smith takes a comic look at etiquette and ponders the unwritten laws of drinking, and the correct way to behave in front of a policeman.

2/8. The Parameters of Socially Acceptable Behaviour: Arthur Smith takes a comic look at etiquette and ponders the unwritten laws of drinking, and the correct way to behave in front of a policeman.

'Arthur Smith takes a comic look at etiquette and ponders the unwritten laws of drinking, and the correct way to behave in front of a policeman.'

0903Arthur's All New Health And Efficiency Show20040807'guaranteed to contain more Doctor jokes than you can shake a thermometer at. Side effects may include itching, anxiety and poor sexual performance.'
0904National Identity20040814This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled National Identity and takes the form of a trip around the world, or at least the nearest bits of it.

4/8. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled National Identity and takes the form of a trip around the world, or at least the nearest bits of it.

'This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled National Identity and takes the form of a trip around the world, or at least the nearest bits of it.'

0905Return To Arthur's Caff20040821Direct from the College Refectory.

This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec is entitled Return to Arthur's Caff and comes direct from the College Refectory.

090620040828Arthur Smith presents the sixth in an eight-part comedy series.
0907Technology20040904This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec (special rates for cash) concerns technology. Featuring hi-tech humour from Peter Kay, Al Murray, Suzi Berger and Alonzo Bodden.

7/10. This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec (special rates for cash) concerns technology. Featuring hi-tech humour from Peter Kay, Al Murray, Suzi Berger and Alonzo Bodden.

'This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec (special rates for cash) concerns technology. Featuring hi-tech humour from Peter Kay, Al Murray, Suzi Berger and Alonzo Bodden.'

090820040911Professor Arthur Smith gives a useful and instructive talk which supplies us with a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour.
0909The Seven Deadly Sins200409189/10. This week it's ARTHUR SMITH's guide to The Seven Deadly Sins, a one-off special which attempts to cram the entire spectrum of inappropriate human behaviour into less than 30 minutes.

'9/10. This week it's ARTHUR SMITH's guide to The Seven Deadly Sins, a one-off special which attempts to cram the entire spectrum of inappropriate human behaviour into less than 30 minutes.'

0910 LASTSexuality20040925'In the last of his ten-part comedy series, Arthur Smith uses the topic of sexuality as an excuse to play some rather rude comedy clips.'
1001The Human Life Cycle20041211The opening lecture concerns the human life cycle and will make use of high quality material from the radio archives.
100220041218Professor Arthur Smith welcomes you to the Arthur Smith Memorial Christmas Lecture for Speccy Kids Who Read Books.

He guarantees to include all your favourite Christmas cliches.

1003Sporting Achievements2005010820050709Professor Arthur Smith offers a celebration of sporting achievements and a guide to attaining physical perfection.

Expect to hear from ian moore, Dylan Moran, boothby graffoe and Al Murray.

This episode was repeated in place of ''Its Been A Bad Week'' due to the terrorist attacl of London.

This episode was repeated in place of ''''Its Been A Bad Week'''' due to the terrorist attacl of London.

3/6. Professor Arthur Smith offers a celebration of sporting achievements and a guide to attaining physical perfection. Expect to hear from Ian Moore, Dylan Moran, Boothby Graffoe and Al Murray.

'Professor arthur smith offers a celebration of sporting achievements and a guide to attaining physical perfection.

This episode was repeated in place of ''Its Been A Bad Week'' due to the terrorist attacl of London.'

1004The Pictures20050115The subject for this week is The Pictures, with Arthur Smith revisiting the mythical 50s fleapit, the Tooting Bec Ritzy.

Archive comedy comes from Louise Duart, Tommy Cooper and Eddie Izzard

4/6. The subject for this week is The Pictures, with Arthur Smith revisiting the mythical 50s fleapit, the Tooting Bec Ritzy. Archive comedy comes from Louise Duart, Tommy Cooper and Eddie Izzard.

'The subject for this week is The Pictures, with Arthur Smith revisiting the mythical 50s fleapit, the Tooting Bec Ritzy.

Archive comedy comes from Louise Duart, Tommy Cooper and Eddie Izzard'

1005Great Moments In History20050122The subject for this week is Great Moments In History, with Arthur Smith attempting to cover the complete and utter history of the world.

5/6. The subject for this week is Great Moments In History, with Arthur Smith attempting to cover the complete and utter history of the world.

'The subject for this week is Great Moments In History, with Arthur Smith attempting to cover the complete and utter history of the world.'

1006 LAST20050129In the final lecture of the series, Professor Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show.

6/6. In the final lecture of the series, Professor Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show.

'In the final lecture of the series, Professor Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show.'

1101Good And Evil20050430Arthur Smith returns with a new six-part comedy series.

In his opening lecture, Good and Evil, Smith takes the high ground.

Arthur Smith returns with a new six-part comedy series. In his opening lecture, Good and Evil, Smith takes the high ground.

'Arthur Smith returns with a new six-part comedy series.

In his opening lecture, Good and Evil, Smith takes the high ground.'

1102Time Off And What You Can Do With It20050507Arthur Smith, aka Professor Smith, grapples with the very concept of time itself and then shows you how to waste it.

Time Off and What You Can Do with It: Arthur Smith, aka Professor Smith, grapples with the very concept of time itself and then shows you how to waste it. Featuring comedy from the BBC archive.

'Arthur Smith, aka Professor Smith, grapples with the very concept of time itself and then shows you how to waste it.'

1103New Age20050514In his lecture entitled New Age, Smith maintains that the body is a temple.

With laughs from Smith and Jones, Murray Roman, Marcus Brigstocke and more.

Arthur Smith continues his comedy series. In his lecture entitled New Age, Smith maintains that the body is a temple. With laughs from Smith and Jones, Murray Roman, Marcus Brigstocke and more.

'In his lecture entitled New Age, Smith maintains that the body is a temple.

With laughs from Smith and Jones, Murray Roman, Marcus Brigstocke and more.'

1104Literature20050521'This week Arthur Smith presents a special University of Tooting Bec 27-minute degree course, which will attempt to cram the best bits of the greatest works of literature into just one lecture.'
1105The Great Outdoors20050528Arthur Smith continues with a six-part comedy series. This week's lecture explores The Great Outdoors.
1106Eating And Drinking20050604This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, comes direct from the College Refectory where Professor Arthur Smith presents his annual guide to eating and drinking.

'This week's lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, comes direct from the College Refectory where Professor Arthur Smith presents his annual guide to eating and drinking.'

110720050611This week thanks to the BBC's Missing-Believed-Wiped campaign, we present an edition of The Smith Lectures that was first broadcast in 1968, a time when Professor Arthur Smith was a young buck.

'This week thanks to the BBC's Missing-Believed-Wiped campaign, we present an edition of The Smith Lectures that was first broadcast in 1968, a time when Professor Arthur Smith was a young buck.'

1108 LAST20050618ARTHUR SMITH concludes his six-part comedy series with a lecture on music.

Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN.

ARTHUR SMITH concludes his six-part comedy series with a lecture on music. Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN.

'ARTHUR SMITH concludes his six-part comedy series with a lecture on music.

Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN.'

1201200602041/10.Arthur Smith returns with a ten-part comedy series.
120220060211Smith's tri-annual not quite Valentine's Day lecture entitled 'Love makes the world go round or is it in fact the gravitational collapse of accreting materials formed at the beginning of time'.

2/10. Smith's tri-annual not quite Valentine's Day lecture entitled 'Love makes the world go round or is it in fact the gravitational collapse of accreting materials formed at the beginning of time'.

120320060218Arthur Smith examines the idea of capitalism by palming off some old material as newly minted insight.

3/10.Arthur Smith examines the idea of capitalism by palming off some old material as newly minted insight.

1204The Human Body: A User's Guide200602254/10.

Arthur Smith presents the fourth in a ten-part comedy series.

This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Human Body: A User's Guide.

4/10.Arthur Smith presents the fourth in a ten-part comedy series. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Human Body: A User's Guide.

1205200603044/10.

Arthur Smith presents the latest in the series.

This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Art of the Performer.

4/10.Arthur Smith presents the latest in the series. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled The Art of the Performer.

120620060311Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series.

This afternoon's lecture concerns time, the past, the meaning of history and the nature of nostalgia.

Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This afternoon's lecture concerns time, the past, the meaning of history and the nature of nostalgia.

'Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series.

This afternoon's lecture concerns time, the past, the meaning of history and the nature of nostalgia.'

1207On The Town With arthur Smith<-c>20060318attempting to condense an entire evening out into just 27 minutes.

7/10. This week's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is entitled, On the Town With Arthur Smith, and attempts to condense an entire evening out into just 27 minutes.

1207On The Town With Arthur Smith20060318attempting to condense an entire evening out into just 27 minutes.
120820060325This week's Smith Lecture attempts to lighten the Winter gloom by looking forward to the warmer weather.

8/10.Arthur Smith presents a ten-part comedy series. This week's Smith Lecture attempts to lighten the Winter gloom by looking forward to the warmer weather.

120920060401'9/10.

arthur smith looks at 101 things you can do with an old routine, the American obsession with airplane humour and why the British love nothing more than a joke they already know.'

1210 LAST20060408Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show, offering a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour.

With Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Rainer Hersch

10/10.Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show, offering a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour. With Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Rainer Hersch.

'Arthur Smith presents his traditional end of term music show, offering a profound insight into the relationship between music and humour.

With Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Rainer Hersch'

1301The Open Road20061118This week, Prof Smith puts on his driving gloves to explore The Open Road.

1/5.Arthur Smith presents a new series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec. This week, Prof Smith puts on his driving gloves to explore The Open Road.

'This week, Prof Smith puts on his driving gloves to explore The Open Road.'

1302Sin20061125In this week's lecture on Sin, Prof Smith takes the high ground, guiding listeners along the path to fulfilment and spiritual growth by way of religion, meditation and binge drinking.

With archive contributions from Anthony J Brown, Peter Cook, Barry Diamond, Gud John Moloney, Mary Unfaithful and Gina Yashere

2/5.Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.

With archive contributions from Anthony J Brown, Peter Cook, Barry Diamond, Gud John Moloney, Mary Unfaithful and Gina Yashere.

'In this week's lecture on Sin, Prof Smith takes the high ground, guiding listeners along the path to fulfilment and spiritual growth by way of religion, meditation and binge drinking.

With archive contributions from Anthony J Brown, Peter Cook, Barry Diamond, Gud John Moloney, Mary Unfaithful and Gina Yashere'

1303200612023/5.Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.
130420061209Smith offers his annual guide to eating and drinking, with a variety of food-based comedy clips.

4/5.Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec. Smith offers his annual guide to eating and drinking, with a variety of food-based comedy clips.

'Smith offers his annual guide to eating and drinking, with a variety of food-based comedy clips.'

1305The arthur Smith<-c> Memorial Christmas Lecture For Spekky Kids Who Read Books.20061216The programme includes all favourite cliches associated with the Christmas period and offers a selection of seasonal stuff from the American Comedy Network, Marcus Brigstocke, National Lampoon, Mitchell and Webb, David Nicholls, Patton Oswalt, Iam Stone and Weird Al Yankovic.

Smith also finds time to touch on the subject that lies at the heart of this great Yuletide religious event - shopping.

Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.

5/5. The Arthur Smith Memorial Christmas Lecture for Spekky Kids Who Read Books.

The programme includes all favourite cliches associated with the Christmas period and offers a selection of seasonal stuff from the American Comedy Network, Marcus Brigstocke, National Lampoon, Mitchell and Webb, David Nicholls, Patton Oswalt, Iam Stone and Weird Al Yankovic.

1305The Arthur Smith Memorial Christmas Lecture For Spekky Kids Who Read Books.20061216'The programme includes all favourite cliches associated with the Christmas period and offers a selection of seasonal stuff from the American Comedy Network, Marcus Brigstocke, National Lampoon, Mitchell and Webb, David Nicholls, Patton Oswalt, Iam Stone and Weird Al Yankovic.

Smith also finds time to touch on the subject that lies at the heart of this great Yuletide religious event - shopping.'

1401Love20070217Arthur Smith presents another series of lectures, today on the subject of love.

Including contributions from Alonzo Bodden, Adam Ferrara, hattie hayridge, Mitchell and Webb.

1/5.Arthur Smith presents another series of lectures, today on the subject of love. Including contributions from Alonzo Bodden, Adam Ferrara, Hattie Hayridge, Mitchell and Webb.

'arthur smith presents another series of lectures, today on the subject of love.

Including contributions from Alonzo Bodden, Adam Ferrara, hattie hayridge, Mitchell and Webb.'

1402Fashion And Style200702242/5.Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures from the University of Tooting Bec. This week's lecture focuses on issues of fashion and style.
140320070303Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec, on the subject of sport.

With commentary from Bill Bailey, Hal Cruttendon, Pete Cain, Steve Coogan

3/5.Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec, on the subject of sport. With commentary from Bill Bailey, Hal Cruttendon, Pete Cain, Steve Coogan.

'Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec, on the subject of sport.

With commentary from Bill Bailey, Hal Cruttendon, Pete Cain, Steve Coogan'

140420070310Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec on the subject of communicating, entitled The Doors of Perception, subtitled The Meaning of Meaning.

4/5.Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec on the subject of communicating, entitled The Doors of Perception, subtitled The Meaning of Meaning.

'Arthur Smith presents another lecture from the University of Tooting Bec on the subject of communicating, entitled The Doors of Perception, subtitled The Meaning of Meaning.'

1405 LAST20070317Arthur Smith presents the final lecture in the current series, on the subject of music.

With contributions from mitch benn, spencer brown, Christian Finnegan, DH Hughly.

5/5.Arthur Smith presents the final lecture in the current series, on the subject of music. With contributions from Mitch Benn, Spencer Brown, Christian Finnegan, DH Hughly.

'arthur smith presents the final lecture in the current series, on the subject of music.

With contributions from mitch benn, spencer brown, Christian Finnegan, DH Hughly.'

150120080112Arthur Smith presents a new series of lectures.

Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures on a variety of subjects

150220080119Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures.

Arthur Smith's lecture is on How to make a living.

Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures on a variety of subjects

1503A Journey Into Sound20080126'This week, a lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, entitled A Journey into Sound.'
1503A Journey Into Sound20080126This week, a lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, entitled A Journey into Sound.

Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures on a variety of subjects

Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 3/8. This week, a lecture from The University of Tooting Bec, entitled A Journey into Sound.

150420080202'Professor Smith deals with nostalgia, invoking golden memories of childhood, schooldays and adolescence.'
1504Nostalgia20080202Professor Smith deals with nostalgia, invoking golden memories of childhood, schooldays and adolescence.

Professor Smith deals with nostalgia.

Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures on a variety of subjects

Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 4/8. Professor Smith deals with nostalgia, invoking golden memories of childhood, schooldays and adolescence.

1505 Not Quite Valentine's Day20080209'The professor's 'Not Quite Valentine's Day' Lecture, as he muses about love.

With studio guests Sam Battersea and Janey Slater.'

1505Not Quite Valentine's Day20080209The professor's 'Not Quite Valentine's Day' Lecture, as he muses about love.

With studio guests Sam Battersea and Janey Slater.

Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures on a variety of subjects

Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 5/8. The professor's 'Not Quite Valentine's Day' Lecture, as he muses about love. With studio guests Sam Battersea and Janey Slater.

150620080216'Professor Smith on artistic endeavour, inspired by the Nine Muses of Greek Mythology - or at least by four of them.'
1506Artistic Endeavour20080216Professor Smith on artistic endeavour, inspired by the Nine Muses of Greek Mythology - or at least by four of them.

Professor Smith on artistic endeavour, inspired by the Nine Muses of Greek Mythology.

Arthur Smith presents a series of lectures on a variety of subjects

Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 6/8. Professor Smith on artistic endeavour, inspired by the Nine Muses of Greek Mythology - or at least by four of them.

1507Old Smith's Almanac20080223'Professor Smith presents 'Old Smith's Almanac', an attempt to condense the next 12 months into just 27 minutes.'
1507Old Smith's Almanac20080223Professor Smith presents 'Old Smith's Almanac', an attempt to condense the next 12 months into just 27 minutes.

Arthur Smith continues his series of lectures. 7/8. Professor Smith presents 'Old Smith's Almanac', an attempt to condense the next 12 months into just 27 minutes.

1508 LAST200803018/8.Arthur Smith concludes his current series of humourous lectures from the University of Tooting Bec.
1601The Wireless20080906Arthur Smith links comedy radio clips featuring performers including Michael Palin, Kenny Everett, and Australian stand-up comic Jimeoin.

The Wireless: Arthur Smith links comedy radio clips featuring performers including Michael Palin, Kenny Everett, and Australian stand-up comic Jimeoin.

1601The Wireless 20080906'Arthur Smith links comedy radio clips featuring performers including Michael Palin, Kenny Everett, and Australian stand-up comic Jimeoin.'
1602Eating And Drinking20080913'Professor Smith offers his annual guide to eating and drinking, direct from Bistro d'Arthur, formerly known as the College Refectory.

Food-based comedy clips include contributions from Todd Barry, Sam Battersea, Jim Gaffigan, Greg Giraldo, John Hegley, the Kipper Family, Dwight Slade, Margaret Smith and John Sparkes'

1603The Smith Guide To Capitalism20080920Arthur Smith's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec.

Arthur Smith's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec is The Smith Guide to Capitalism.

1603The Smith Guide To Capitalism.20080920
1603The Smith Guide To Capitalism. 20080920Arthur Smith's lecture from the University of Tooting Bec.
1604The Pitfalls Of Nostalgia20080927with archive moments from Dylan Moran, John Cleese, Paula Poundstone amongst others.

Arthur Smith presents another series of irreverent lectures. 4/6. The pitfalls of nostalgia, with archive moments from Dylan Moran, John Cleese, Paula Poundstone amongst others.

'with archive moments from Dylan Moran, John Cleese, Paula Poundstone amongst others.'

1605Literature20081004This week's lecture focuses on great works of literature, with the majesty of the printed word represented by poetry from muhammad ali, mel brooks and spike milligan, children's stories from redd foxx, shappi khorsandi and Sid Kipper, and inspirationAl Readings from peter cook, dominic holland and Fry and Laurie.

Arthur Smith continues with his lecture series.

5/6. This week's lecture focuses on great works of literature, with the majesty of the printed word represented by poetry from Muhammad Ali, Mel Brooks and Spike Milligan, children's stories from Redd Foxx, Shappi Khorsandi and Sid Kipper, and inspirational readings from Peter Cook, Dominic Holland and Fry and Laurie.

1605Literature 20081004'This week's lecture focuses on great works of literature, with the majesty of the printed word represented by poetry from muhammad ali, mel brooks and spike milligan, children's stories from redd foxx, shappi khorsandi and Sid Kipper, and inspirationAl Readings from peter cook, dominic holland and Fry and Laurie.'
1606 LASTMusic20081011ARTHUR SMITH concludes his comedy series with a lecture on music.

Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN

6/6.ARTHUR SMITH concludes his comedy series with a lecture on music. Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN.

1606 LASTMusic 20081011'ARTHUR SMITH concludes his comedy series with a lecture on music.

Contributions from RAINER HERSCH, DYLAN MORAN, LEWIS BLACK, BILL BAILEY, BARRY CRYER and RONNIE GOLDEN'