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Read by PAULINE busiinell
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Editor JULIAN HOLLAND
8.57 Weather; travel
Camping and Caravanning Now that summer is at last here, it's time for many people to hit the road for their holidays. But where to go, and what to expect? What should be taken with you and what left behind?
What do camp sites offer and what are the restrictions about pulling caravans?
Put your questions to Barry Williams of Caravanning Monthly and Eric Fowler of the Camping and Caravanning Club. Jill Burridge is in the Chair Produced by the Woman's Hour unit
Lines open from 8.0 am
The Waylayers written and read by Don Maclean
Pulling back slightly on the stick, he raked the two-seater from cockpit to nose with a double burs! from his twin Vickers. The pilot slumped forward, the machine lurched, rolled over on its back and slid towards the ground.
Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Birmingham
' Help! For the sake of my family's jumpers, can you tell me when a clothes moth lays its eggs and how long afterwards do the grubs do their damage?'
The naturalists answer yourquestions.
Presented by Derek Jones Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 3.5 pm)
Pattie Coldwell with the latest news for consumers. Today: Britain's Trading Standards Officers, the people who make sure we get a fair deal In the shops, meet in Eastbourne for their Annual
Conference. What are the latest trends in consumer protection?
JULIA Firm reports Editor JOHN GETGOOD
with Sue MacGregor including
The Kind of Person You Can Always Talk To:
cindy SELBY investigates the role of aunt.
Pots of Plants: jock
DAVIDSON continues with Ms advice.
Close Quarters (4)
Editor WYN KNOWLES
Mother. Daughter, Friend by PETER GIBBS with Mother, daughter and granddaughter find living together has its tensions as well as its joys. At times a form 01 escape seems attractive: but is the reality so acceptable?
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
William J. Ball of Bristol is regarded by many of his admirers as being the world's greatest exponent of the classic ' finger style ' banjo. Yet he has never sought fame or fortune from his playing, and almost prefers his piano. Aged 68, he has retired from his job as a warehouseman and talks to Hugh Sykes about his music and admiration for the great Joe Morley. He meets a couple of friends too. one of them quite unexpectedly.
Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Birmingham
Presenter Marian Foster In this final programme of the series, the Exeter University Singers conductor DONALD JAMES with JOHN BISHOP (piano). Music by Elgar ' From the Bavarian Highlands settings of songs in Shakespeare's As You Like It and ' Here in cool grot ' by the Iron Duke's pater.
Producer IAN CARSON BBC Bristol
includes reviews of The Perfectionist by the Australian writer David Williamson , at the Hampstead Theatre, London; and Jemima Shore Investigates, an ITV serialisation of Antonia Fraser 's thrillers starring Patricia Hodge. Presenter Michael Oliver Producer PHILIP JORDAN Editor ROSEMARY HART
Vincent Price presents Margaret Courtenay Sandor Elès and Sheila Grant in Not Wanted on the Voyage by WILLIAM INGRAM
Henrietta Forsythe wields despotic control over all her possessions - and that includes not only her personal secretary
Evelyn, but also her recently acquired young Latin American husband, Carlos Mendosa.
Directed by JOHN DYAS
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