7.40 and 8.40
School Leavers' Special
I in which
DAVE LEE TRAVIS helps you to
———-—.—) make the most of what you have got.
Today highlighting Wales and the West of England For more details please ring Cardiff (0222) [number removed]or Bristol (U72) [number removed]or write to: Dave Lee Travis, MSC, PO Box 101, London El 9NE
Producers RON BELCHlER and CHRIS LONGLEY
HELP! page 6
with Andy Peebles
Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about exams. He explains how to revise efficiently, how to get enough sleep before the day and how to combat exam nerves. He also advises on what to do if you hit a blank spot in the middle of your exam, and gives useful hints on maximising your chances of success.
Alison Rice looks at the process of shopping by mail order. She tells you how the system works, what you can buy, and what protection you have as a consumer if the company goes bust. Alison wears an outfit she bought by mail order, and discusses whether or not it is value for money. Producer MALCOLM BROWN
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