Introduced by Sue MacGregor Jewels at your Feet: DILYS MORGAN investigates the growing craze for polishing stones and making jewellery
Eight for Eight-Thirty: ANN ROBSON with thoughts on dinner parties
Home Help: headmaster THORN-TON PEARN suggests ways of helping with a child's education at home
Far and Wide: word pictures of three rivers - the Amazon, Ganges and Zambesi - from JOHN RIDGWAY , DON WHITE and LUCIE STREET Fenny written by LETTICE COOPER abridged by JOHN HETHERINGTON read by JUDY PARFITT
(Serial music: extract from Rachmaninov's Symphony No 2, in E minor)
From the Hippodrome, Golders Green, the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conducted by Kenneth Alwyn ALAN MOORHOUSE AND HIS
BOND STREET BRIGADE
Friday Night's Star Singers JOHN HANSON , LEONI PAGE
THE CHARLES YOUNG CHORALE with GORDON LANGFORD (piano) Introduced by Robin Boyle Producer ROBERT BOWMAN
(Live before an invited audience)
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