(Repeated: Friday 12.15 pm) The cast this week:
(Lockwood West is a National Theatre player)
Cliff Ed wards:
An afternoon miscellany of words and music including at
5.15 Move On
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A Cricketing Life
I 4: It Just Isn't Cricket
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5.45 Sports Desk
Tony Capstick introduces recordings from the Lacock and Chippenham Folk Festival 1977 Of PERSPECTIVE and THE WATER-SONS. CILLA FISHER and ARTIE TREZISE recorded in concert in Inverness.
News from the Folk world. Producer PETER PILBEAM BBC Manchester
... the elephant and the kangaroo.
A not-too-serious game in which captive humans answer questions about the animal kingdom and compete for the Giant Currant Bun.
This week: Johnny Morris
Irene Thomas and Rolf Harris Gamekeeper John Dunn Questions set by CATHY KILPATRICK ,
Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON
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