(Repeated: Tuesday 12.15 pm) Written by PETER LING. Directed by JOBN CARDY , MICHAEL BARTLETT
Tony Nash has met a young
Danishau-pairgirlcalled Kirsten and Joanna has invited her to share the top flat; Shirley Edwards is finally convinced she's never going to conceive; the Priors have decided to sell ' Katsos, ' and put in a bid for the ' Home from Home ' restaurant: Mr Pullbright has proposed to Mrs Dixon and been accepted. Cast: page 50
Keith Fordyce introduces the final edition of the programme from the BBC Paris Studio in London, with teams representing the Women's Institute. West Sussex v Women's Institute. Yorkshire Producer IAN FENNER
A musical magazine from the movie world, presenting star personalities: news from the studios; album and film reviews: and listeners' favourite Bongs and themes.
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