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: Chris Stuart

6.45 Pause for Thought with the Rev
John Newton

Contributors

Unknown: John Newton

: Derek Jameson

talks to someone who has achieved something extra special or worth while this week.
8.50 Sports Round-Up
9.15 Pause for Thought with Fr Brian D'Arcy

Contributors

Unknown: Fr Brian D'Arcy

: Katie Boyle

: Jimmy Young

Today: your legal questions answered.

: Anthony Newley

: Leslie Bricusse

On his last day as guest host Leslie Bricusse looks at theatre musicals.

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Bricusse

: John Dunn

with tales of the unexpected and the odd Mystery Voice.

: Mind Your Own Business!

Six comedy adventures. 1: The Property Game It's 1990 and, out in Docklands, they're pulling down yuppie flats and building warehouses. But Brightco's plans hit a snag.
Written by Andrew Palmer Producer Edward Taylor (R)

Contributors

Written By: Andrew Palmer
Producer: Edward Taylor
Jimmy Bright: Bernard Cribbins
Russell Farrow: Frank Thornton
Nan Forbes: Annette Crosbie
Seymour Dobbs: Kenneth Connor
Sue Plant: Annee Blott

: Friday Night Is Music Night

Recorded at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London.
BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black , led by Martin Loveday.
Singers: Cynthia Glover , John Lawrenson , Helen Glover and the Stephen Hill Singers. Introduced by John Marsh.
Producer Alan Boyd (R)

Contributors

Conducted By: Stanley Black
Singers: Martin Loveday.
Singers: Cynthia Glover
Singers: John Lawrenson
Singers: Helen Glover
Unknown: Stephen Hill Singers.
Introduced By: John Marsh.
Producer: Alan Boyd

: Simon McCheane

... at the piano.
Producer John Langridge

Contributors

Producer: John Langridge

: Listen to the Band

Roy Newsome presents the Desford Colliery Caterpillar Band, conducted by Paul Cosh.
Producer Bob McDowall

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Newsome
Conducted By: Paul Cosh.
Producer: Bob McDowall

: The Radio 2 Arts Programme

Tonight Alan Titchmarsh reports from the sixth
Birmingham International Film and Television
Festival, which features a retrospective of films by Birmingham-born producer Tony Garnett. There's also news of 'My Africa' - a series of events at the University of Warwick, including a tribute to South African jazz musician
Chris MacGregor ; and two new Shakespeare productions - The Taming of the Shrew in Leicester and Macbeth, with Jack Klaff , at the Birmingham Rep. Producer David Corser

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Producer: Tony Garnett.
Unknown: Chris MacGregor
Unknown: Jack Klaff
Producer: David Corser

: Jazz Parade

Digby Fairweather looks at a few new jazz releases.
Producers Terry Carter and Stuart Hobday

Contributors

Unknown: Digby Fairweather
Producers: Terry Carter
Producers: Stuart Hobday

: Dunn After Six

A second chance to catch John Dunn in conversation with his After Six star guests. Tonight:
Ray Bradbury. The writer of fantasy and horror fiction talks about his latest novel,
A Graveyard for Lunatics.

Contributors

Unknown: John Dunn
Unknown: Ray Bradbury.

: Ellis Hill

with Night Ride
And at 3.00-4.00
A Little Night Music
Including at 1.30, 3.30 Pause for Thought with Jen Sutton

Contributors

Unknown: Jen Sutton

: Dave Bussey

The Early Show








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