In a programme devoted entirely to matters of the heart, John talks to the people at the forefront of heart transplant surgery. The back-up teams and the technology, the funding, and the hospital itself are featured in tonight's programme direct from Harefield Hospital, Middlesex.
Researchers SUZIE FRIEND and KEITH JONES
Producers CAROLYN SMYTH and PHIL HUGHES
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Sport and Classified Results
direct from the Poole Arts Centre
Neil Richardson conducts the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra leader JACK MAGUIRE
Friday Night's Star Singers Marilyn Hill Smith John Lawrenson and The Swingles
Introduced by Robin Boyle This evening's programme, which is part of the Poole Proms, is typically wide-ranging. An operatic prelude by Wagner, operetta showpieces by Offenbach and Kalman, a Walt Disney selection from The
Swingles and Ron Goodwin 's 'Drake 400 Suite' as an orchestral feature are just some of the highlights.
Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
(Given in association with Link House Publications pic)
8.20 -8.40 * Interval
James Montgomery looks back over the 92-year history of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (R)
Glyn Worsnip casts a critical eye over the news of the week and puts probing questions to Henry Kelly and others. Written by MARTIN BOOTH and PETER HICKEY
Producer PAUL SPENCER
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 6. 30pm)
N is for naughtiness
I is for interesting items G is for guests
H is for horror stories T is for telephones
C is for competitions
A is for ALL SORTS OF OTHER THINGS! P is for producers MARK ROBSON and DAN PATTERSON
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