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: News Briefing

: The Farming Week

Anna Hill visits the Cotswold Game Fair and the village of Salperton. Producer George Macpherson

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Hill
Producer: George MacPherson

: Prayer for the Day

with James Whitbourn and his guest. Producer
Christine Morgan CEEFAX: today's prayer is on BBC2 Ceefax page

Contributors

Unknown: James Whitbourn
Unknown: Christine Morgan

: Today

with John Humphrys and Peter Hobday.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with David Winter.

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys
Unknown: Peter Hobday.
Unknown: David Winter.

: News

: Sport on 4

: Breakaway

Producer Jill Thomas. WRITE TO: [address removed] for factsheet No 32. enclosing sae

Contributors

Producer: Jill Thomas.

: Pack the Book

3: Traveler's Tales - Tall Stories or Useful Tools? Is readinga travel novel a good way to prepare for a visit to a country? Dilly Barlow meets the writers and theircritics. Producer Hilary McLennan

Contributors

Unknown: Dilly Barlow
Producer: Hilary McLennan

: The Lipman Test

with Maureen Lipman. 3: DogShows Producer Karen Walker

Contributors

Unknown: Maureen Lipman.
Producer: Karen Walker

: Talking Green Politics

Brussels Rules the Waves. In the first of four programmes about the greening of British politics, Vivian White discovers the power newly wielded by Brussels over our environment. Producer Sue Davies

Contributors

Unknown: Vivian White
Producer: Sue Davies

: * Test Match Special

Commentary on the third day's play in the Second Test between England and South Africa. Including at
1.10 A View from the Boundary
3.40 Your Letters Answered
Producer Peter Baxter
* Approximate time

Contributors

Producer: Peter Baxter

: From Our Own Correspondent

ProducerTony Grant

: Inside Money

2: Financial Advice: the Customer Can't Win. Roger White goes behind the iron curtain of the life assurance industry. Producer Virginia Eastman

Contributors

Unknown: Roger White

: A Look Back at the Future

This week. the events of the year 2055. Starring Kate Robbins and Brian Perkins. Producer Caroline Leddy

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Robbins
Unknown: Brian Perkins.
Producer: Caroline Leddy

: News

: Have Your Say

: Photo Appreciated

Six people look for love in the personal columns. 2: Love Letters. Debbie and Peter examine their messages. Producer Sara Conkey

Contributors

Producer: Sara Conkey

: Playhouse: Will and Testament

with Leslie Grantham as the hit man. In Bill Lyons ' play, a moderately unhappily married couple and a girl fed up with looking after a sick mother are connected by a hit man's interest in them. Director Jane Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Grantham
Unknown: Bill Lyons
Director: Jane Morgan
Derek: Steve Hodson
Sandra: Frances Jeater
Sophie: Sarah-Jane Holm
Will Lavender: Keith Drinkel

: Fit Ups, Portables and Basket Cases

2: Charles Simon , the final Dr Dale, recalls the days of theatre under the stars. Producer Matt Thompson

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Simon
Producer: Matt Thompson

: History on the Hoof

In Allerton Bywater , between Leeds and Castleford in West Yorkshire, the pit that kept the village alive has been razed to the ground and most men are out of work. John Slater gives them a helping hand. APierBlackhill production

Contributors

Unknown: Allerton Bywater
Unknown: John Slater

: Science Now

Presented by Alun Lewis. Producer Richard Aedy

Contributors

Presented By: Alun Lewis.
Producer: Richard Aedy

: File on 4

How far have the Palestinians been obliged to swap military occupation for economic occupation? Reporter Mark Whitaker.

Contributors

Reporter: Mark Whitaker.

: Six of Clubs

4: Money Talks. Comedian Owen Money recalls Merthyr Labour Club - the secret of his success. Producer Gavin McCarthy

Contributors

Producer: Gavin McCarthy

: News and Sports

: The Mark Steel Solution

Producer Phil Clarke

Contributors

Producer: Phil Clarke

: Ad Lib in Australia

Superfine wool growers in New South Wales talk Robert Robinson through from stud to bale. Producer Nadine Gneve

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Robinson
Producer: Nadine Gneve

: Kaleidoscope Feature

Trevor's Story
Nigel Williams talks to award-winning, Irish-born author William Trevor in a rare radio interview and discusses Trevor's latest book, Felicia 's Journey, the disturbing tale of an Irish girl's visit to England.
Producer Anthony Denselow

Contributors

Talks: Nigel Williams
Unknown: William Trevor
Producer: Anthony Denselow

: Saturday Night Theatre: The Brothers Wilmer

by Tony Dennis. it is 1941. In Kingston, Jamaica. Lloyd and Alex dream together of music, big bands and a better life. In a search for new horizons, they join up to fight for Britain.
With John Baddeley and Robert McKewley Music by Chris Batchelor and Steve Buckley Director Anne Edyvean

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Dennis.
Unknown: John Baddeley
Unknown: Robert McKewley
Music By: Chris Batchelor
Music By: Steve Buckley
Director: Anne Edyvean
Alex: Clarence Smith
Lloyd: David Harewood
Carol: Emma Chambers
Gerald: Joseph Bennett
Father: Louis Mahoney
Mr Issa: Anton Phillips
Leah: Vivienne Rochester
Viv: Julia Ford
Mum: Frances Jeater
Fritz: Peter Kenny
Dad: Malcolm Ward

: Music in Mind

Producer Anthony Sellors

Contributors

Producer: Anthony Sellors

: Ten to Ten

Led by Alison Leonard.

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Leonard.

: News

: Looking Forward to the Past

Paul Boateng indulges in historical chit-chit with guests Joan Bakewell , Christopher Cook , Ian McCaskill and Brian Sewell. Producer Kathy Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Boateng
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Christopher Cook
Unknown: Ian McCaskill
Unknown: Brian Sewell.
Producer: Kathy Smith

: They Don't Still Make That, Do They?

4: .4// Gas and Mantels. Gas lighting seems essentially Victorian. Ray D'Arcy asks if there are still houses lit by gas. Producer Martin Jenkins

Contributors

Unknown: Ray D'Arcy
Producer: Martin Jenkins

: A Night at the Opera

Novelist Carol Clewlow talks to Monty Haltrecht about her enthusiasm for opera. Producer Gillian Hush

Contributors

Talks: Carol Clewlow
Unknown: Monty Haltrecht
Producer: Gillian Hush

: Brave New World

Final part of Aldous Huxley 's futuristic masterpiece. Freedom! Freedom! John the Savage learns the philosophy of the new world - and utterly rejects it.
With Timothy Carlton. Joanna Myers , Susan Sheridan , Petra Markham , Richard Pearce and Andrew Wincott Music by WilfredoAcosta
Dramatised by Stephen Mulnne Director Marilyn Imrie

Contributors

Unknown: Aldous Huxley
Unknown: Timothy Carlton.
Unknown: Joanna Myers
Unknown: Susan Sheridan
Unknown: Petra Markham
Unknown: Richard Pearce
Unknown: Andrew Wincott
Dramatised By: Stephen Mulnne
Director: Marilyn Imrie
John the Savage: Gary Cady
Mustapha Mond: Jack Klaff
Lenina Crowne: Moir Leslie
Bernard Marx: Jonathan Tafler
Helmholtz Watson: Sean Pertwee
Fanny: Jane Whittenshaw
Henry Foster: Nigel Carrington
Primo Mellon: Mark Straker

: News









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