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from Northern Ireland
Living like a Lord: SHIRLEY LORD talks to JOHN Body about life as a working journalist, housewife, and wife of a millionaire
Hust try harder: ANNETTE MARSHALL pleads guilty to repeatedly failing to make the grade at night school
J. F. Hicks : some thoughts on Irish folk songs
Number 49t: Life at number 49 has never been rosier for PATRICIA LINDSAY since a little wooden hut (491) was built at the end of the garden
Give and take: CATRLEEN MOORE recalls a shopping expedition with an elderly friend
The wrong side of the counter: DIANA STEVENSON and others discuss social prejudice against shop assistants
Gift Horses
BETTY SINGLETON 'S book abridged by Mary Treadgold Read by EILEEN ATKINS
First of ten instalments
Eileen Atkins is in ' The Killing of Sister George ' at the Duke of York's Theatre. London


Introduced By: Patricia Calderwood
Unknown: John Body
Unknown: Annette Marshall
Unknown: F. Hicks
Unknown: Patricia Lindsay
Unknown: Catrleen Moore
Unknown: Diana Stevenson
Unknown: Betty Singleton
Abridged By: Mary Treadgold
Read By: Eileen Atkins

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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