Introduced from Bristol by Daphne Hubbard
Real Men: AMANDA THEUNISSEN among the wrestlers.
Dr Rowse and the Dark Lady: PAMELA HOWE hears about a discovery.
Champion Against Odds: MARGARET GIBBS talks to
ELIZABETH MORGAN reads Cat and Mouse by CHRISTIANNA BRAND (8)
A musical tribute from the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA and guest artists
Eighteen days ago an era ended, the original Blithe Spirit Sir Noël Coward, died. This tribute recalls the years of silk and satire and ' 20thcentury Blues.'
(Tribute to Noël Coward on Radio 4 next Tuesday at 8.30 pm; his comedy Fallen Anaels in Afternoon Theatre tomorrow at 2.0)
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