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6.55 Long distance road report Including Mon, Tues, Weds at 6.50, 7.50 and 8.50: Vote for Me:
When you can hear the candidates in your constituency Editor VINCENT BOOTLE
Programmes for parents on the care and education of the under-fives, followed by songs, games, things to do and ideas for places to go
Anansi Folk tales about Anansi the Spiderman, told as they would be heard in the West Indies
11.34 The Thirties
The major political, economic and social issues of the decade as they affected the people who lived through it if you would like to know more about the programmes, or give details of events for children, ring KEITH YEOMANS on [number removed])
BBC Radio London cancels all its afternoon and evening programmes today, tomorrow and in order to give all the Election candi-' dates in the Greater London constituencies a chance to talk to their voters in a personal ' Election broadcast '
(Candidates will broadcast constituency by constituency: a timetable is given each morning in Rush Hour; or ring [number removed]if you wish to know when your candidates can be heard)
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