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From today listen out for Saturday (and Sunday) afternoon Options - which replace the weekday evening Study on 4 broadcasts.
3.0 Back in 25 Minutes A series of four programmes about back-ache. 1: Background Why do so many people suffer from back pain - could it stem from a design fault millions of years ago? DR ALAN MARYON-DAVIS provides practical advice on how to prevent back pain. Producer SARAH ROWLANDS t HELPLINES: page 69
3.30 A Great Day Out.... at a Safari Park PETER WHITE and his family spend a day at Longleat Producer SARAH ROWLANDS
4.0 Novels Up to Now Eight programmes on the novel since the war Seasons in Hell In the final programme of the series ANTHONY curtis looks at some of the many fine historical novels, for example those by J.G. Farrell and Paul Scott. He also looks at the contemporary world of fiction with two established young writers, LAN MCEWAN and MARTIN AMIS. Extracts read by ELIZABETH PROUD and GAVIN CAMPBELL Producer FRANCES DONNELLY
4.30 Euromagazine A series of reports in Spanish, French, German and Italian Edicion espanola (1) COn TALIA PAREJA y MIGUEL PEN ARANDA A unos pocos kilometros de la ciudad turistica de Benidorm hay pueblos que conservan todavia su tranquilidad y su encanto de antano. MARIA JOSE MONTIEL y RAFAEL MIRET recorren algunos de los mas interesantes. Realization CHRISTOPHER STONE


Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis
Producer: Sarah Rowlands
Unknown: Peter White
Producer: Sarah Rowlands
Unknown: J.G. Farrell
Unknown: Paul Scott.
Unknown: Martin Amis.
Read By: Elizabeth Proud
Unknown: Gavin Campbell
Producer: Frances Donnelly
Unknown: Talia Pareja
Unknown: Maria Jose Montiel
Unknown: Rafael Miret
Unknown: Christopher Stone

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