Introducer Marjorie Anderson Guest ofthe Week: Jonathan Miller
What arc we eating? - 4: DEREK COOPER looks at bread Answer and Comment
Married to his job: JAN and RAY PAHl. talk to HILARY HENSON about their new book Managers and Their Wives ANN MURRAY reads
The Best of Families by ELLIN BERLIN (2)
(Pavilion. Hoddesdon) FRANK GORDON
(Odeun. Manchester) WILLIAM DAVIES
(Town Hall, Huddcrsfield) FRIEDA HALL (Electronic) and record reviews with news, views and topics from the cinema organ world. introduced and produced by ROBIN RICHMOND
(1,500m For VHF see Radio 1) John Benson with music and news, film people and places featuring
BBC NORTHERN DANCE ORCHESTRA conducted by BRIAN FITZGERALD with FRIDAY BROWN
Tonight's guest star: Jack Leminon
Producer CHRISTOPHER SERLE including Sports Desk at 10.15
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