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: CBeebies on BBC Radio 7

Songs, rhymes and stories for young children

: Big Toe Books

Stories, poems ana songs for young listeners

: Maugham's Eye View

as 7 pm

: Dr Finlay

The Further Adventuresof a Black Bag The Accident AJ Cronin 's comic 1966 story, with John Gordon Sinclair

Contributors

Unknown: Aj Cronin
Unknown: John Gordon Sinclair

: Comedy Greats

as 8pm

: Chocky

John Constab e's adaptation of John Wyndham 's 1968 sci-fi story about an intelligent boy's secret extraterrestrial contact.
With Owen Teale , Cathy Tyson and Steven Perry

Contributors

Unknown: John Constab
Unknown: John Wyndham
Unknown: Owen Teale
Unknown: Cathy Tyson
Unknown: Steven Perry

: Crime Catch-up

Another chance to hear last week aired crime drama, featuring the first five parts of Dorothy L Sayers 's 1938 murder mystery The Nine Tailors, with Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey (1-5/8)

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy L Sayers
Unknown: Ian Carmichael
Unknown: Lord Peter Wimsey

: Ed Doolan Interviews

as 11pm

: The Scarifyers

The Nazad Conspiracy
Supernatural horror tale by Simon Barnard , with Terry Molloy and Nicholas Courtney (1/3)

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Barnard
Unknown: Terry Molloy
Unknown: Nicholas Courtney

: Fantastic Journeys The Faery Handbag

Kelly Link 's tale about a woman distraught at having lost both her boyfriend and her grandmother to a magical handbag, read by Maggie Blake

Contributors

Unknown: Kelly Link
Read By: Maggie Blake

: Maugham's Eye View: Before the Party

Neville Teller's dramatisation of Somerset Maugham's1922 story, narrated by Dirk Bogarde

Contributors

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

: Dr Finlay

The Further Adventures of aBlack Bag The Accident
AJ Cronin 's comic 1966 story, with John Gordon Sinclair, Brian Pettifer and Katy Murphy

Contributors

Unknown: Aj Cronin
Unknown: John Gordon
Unknown: Brian Pettifer
Unknown: Katy Murphy

: Comedy Greats

Second of two programmes in which Barry Cryer selects high points of 21st-century radio comedy featuring full episodes of Absolute Power (2002); The Boosh (2001); Think the Unthinkable (2001); The Sunday Format (2001); Linda Smith 's A Brief History of Timewasting (2001); and Dead Ringers (2002)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cryer
Unknown: Linda Smith

: Ed Doolan Interviews Meetings with

famous comedians, continuing with Lenry Henry, who identifies his inspirations and reflects on married life with comedy great Dawn French (4/6)

: The Scarlfyers - The Nazad Conspiracy

Supernatural horror tale by Simon Barnard , with Terry Molloy and Nicholas Courtney (1/3)

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Barnard
Unknown: Terry Molloy
Unknown: Nicholas Courtney

: Fantastic Journeys

as 6.30pm

: Chocky as 1pm

: James Bond

You
Only Live Twice Michael Jayston stars in Michael Bakewell 's dramatisation of Ian Fleming 's 12th James Bond spy thriller, published in 1964 and adapted for the big screen in 1967 as the fifth Bond film

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Jayston
Unknown: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: Ian Fleming
Unknown: James Bond

: Ed Doolan Interviews

as 11pm








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