with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing; followed by Weather on 2
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Script BARRY TOOK
Presented by Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler including UK Report from BBC news correspondents in Britain Newsreader Peter Woods
One year in Heddington, Wiltshire. A documentary serial in eight parts. 6: Of Feuds and Flags, Pheasants and Fetes
May brings a double set-back for village schoolmaster JOHN STOT-HARD. Voted off the Parish Council, he is foiled in his scheme for securing the Chairmanship to his friend and ally-publican BILL PITT. The farmers' lobby is triumphant.
Heddington Church becomes a Consistory Court for the day, as the Chancellor of the Diocese adjudicates beneath its rotting beams and loose slates on whether the Elizabethan flagon can be auctioned off to defray the cost of a new roof.
Lord Shelburne's estate is a hive of activity. It's pheasant-rearing time. His Lordship's gamekeepers need all their skill to bring the baby birds to the peak of their condition - in time to face the guns in the autumn. Directed and narrated by DAVID PRITCHARD
Film editor JOHN BAHNES
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer MARK ANDERSON
The Book Programme's monthly edition in which guest critics review a selection of the month's top titles in conversation with Robert Robinson.
This month's critics are Angus Wilson , Jill Paton Walsh and Milton Shulman. Among the books they'll be discussing are LILLIAN HELLMAN 's third book of memoirs Scoundrel Time, and Steep It Off, Lady - a collection of new stories by JEAN RHYS.
Studio director MARTIN L. BELL Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT
starring Julie Andrews Mary Tyler Moore Carol Channing and James Fox John Gavin
In 1922, gold-digger Millie Dill mount takes a course as a stenographer with a view to finding a rich boss to marry. Determined to be thoroughly modern, she bobs her hair before starting work as personal secretary to handsome - and eligible - young tycoon Trevor Graydon.
The styles, fads and foibles of the 20s take a thorough ribbing in this infectious musical spoof with Julie Andrews at her sparkling best as Millie, the fortune-hunting flapper.
Screenplay by RICHARD MORRIS Producer ROSS HUNTER
Director GEORGE ROY HILL Films: page 11
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CYRIL CUSACK reads Gifts by NORMAN MACCAIG