Busman's Honeymoon by DOROTHY L. SAYERS adapted in six episodes by ALISTAIR BEATON and Peter Jones as Bunter 1: The Mysteries of Married Life
Narrator JOHN WESTBROOK Producer MARTIN FISHER
12.55 Weather: travel; programme news
The Rev Goodacre:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Go to Work on an Egg ... or Whatever Else you Fancy: an illustrated history of breakfast compiled by KAREN DECO.
Are You on the Right
Tariff? : DAPHNE METLAND investigates gas and electricity tariffs - and how you can get your electricity at half-price. The Magic Apple Tree (4)
The Thirty-First of June A novel of romantic fantasy by J. B. PRIESTLEY dramatised by BRIAN SIBLEY with When that elusive day 31 June comes round it is not surprising that extraordinary and magical things happen. The centuries part and romance is in the air.
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
The Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of HMS Bounty by SIR JOHN BARROW , abridged in ten parts and read by Nigel Hawthorne (1) In 1831, Barrow, a distinguished Permanent Secretary to the Admiralty published this account of a very odd episode in naval history. There have been many theories and truths on offer; but Lieutenant Bligh and Fletcher Christian are secure in British legend. Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden are six down with two to play so Willie Rushton and Tim Brooke-Taylor are now certain to lose. Chairman Humphrey Lyttelton
Aided by pianist colin SEt.L Producer
The Justified Sinner A radio version by ALEXANDER REID of the novel The Private Memoirs and Confessions oj a Justified Sinner by JAMES HOGG
' How strange! How like me he is! It's as if I was looking at my own reflection in a mirror.
How can he be, I wonder. Hold strange ... Are you of flesh and blood or are you my Guardian Angel, come to me? '
Technical presentation by JIM ROSS , GREGOR GRAHAM and ANN DIACK
Directed by STEWART CONN BBC Scotland
The Rev Mr Wringhim:
Shirley MacLaine does not like to look back. She prefers live performance to films. She won't look at her past successes and she's always working on the next project.
Michael Billington talked to her about dancing. writing, her contact with the audience and the future. Producer RICHARD BANNERMAN
The Atllt Ram
Nearly 2,500 years ago in the waters of the eastern Mediterranean, a war galley foundered and sank. The great bronze battering ram became detached from the front of the vessel and disappeared into the mud and sand. In 1980 an Israeli diver found the ram and had it brought ashore - the only example so far recovered.
Anthony Smith reports from the University of Haifa, where he saw the ram. and learned of the insights it offers.
An lee-Cream War by WILLIAM BOYD abridged in 12 parts by DOREEN MAIION
Read by Ronald Pickup (1) William Boyd 's second novel, short-listed for the 1982 Booker McConnell Prize, is set against the background of Africa in the First World War. Producer
MICHAEL IIEFFERNAN long wave only
An inconclusive and distracting assemblage of verse, songs, stories and archival oddments.
Presented by Judi Dench with additional readings by Joss Ackland Music from the CAMBRIDGE CITY JASSBAND
Vocal refrains DAVE SKITANI AND THE RHYTHM BOYS
Written and compiled by PETE ATKIN , RUSSELL DAVIES Producer
(Judi Dench is a National Theatre player;
Joss Ackland is a member of the RSC) long wave only until 11.30
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