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4.0 Paco Pena in Cordoba The second of two programmes Andalusia and the Flamenco Tradition BERNARD JACKSON reports from the Centro Flamenco Paco Pena in Cordoba and explores the Andalusian roots of Flamenco. Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
4.30 The Scots Tongue A series of six documentaries about the language of lowland Scotland, written and presented by BILLY KAY
5: Split-tongued Sourocks Readers PETER RAFFAN JOHN SHEDDEN , GERDA STEVENSON Musicians TONY CUFFE. DEREK HOY and BILLY JACKSON Producer BRUCE YOUNG (First broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland)
5.0 Learning Asian Languages Some Asians have settled here from a country where the same word is written in 15 different ways on every banknote; others from a country where a word spoken in dozens of different ways is written in only one. What are these languages? Why do people want to learn them? PRABHU GUPTARA investigates with the help of teachers and learners. (R) For an information leaflet, send a large sae to: Learning Asian Languages, [address removed].
5.30 Prefaces to Shakespeare Six programmes in which actors and actresses talk about Shakespeare's plays
1: Edward Woodward on 'Richard III ' 'Until recent times, Richard in was played as a black villain throughout. But what Olivier made us all realise is that it is arguably the greatest black comedy of all time.' Producer ALAN WILDING (R)
0 LEARNING AT HOME: pages 11-14

Contributors

Unknown: Paco Pena
Unknown: Bernard Jackson
Presented By: Billy Kay
Readers: Peter Raffan
Readers: John Shedden
Readers: Gerda Stevenson
Readers: Musicians Tony Cuffe.
Readers: Derek Hoy
Readers: Billy Jackson
Producer: Bruce Young
Unknown: Prabhu Guptara
Unknown: Edward Woodward
Unknown: Richard Iii
Producer: Alan Wilding

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