The Story of a Life
ANDREW CRUICKSHANK reads from
William Barclay 's new translation of the Gospels
Mark 14. vv. 55. 57-61a; Mark 15. v. 1; Matthew 27. vv. 3-5; Luke 23. vv. 1-3: John 19, W. 1-2, 5-7. 10-11; Mark 15. v. 21
Introduced by JOAN YORKE
I have a lovely three-monih-old baby, but why do I feel so depressed and unable to copef
I sometimes get palpitations-is this a danger signal
Can a person live a normal life with only one kidney
What advice can you give a housewife who is afraid of going out alone f
Some of the questions sent In by listeners which doctors will answer
Produced by Thena Heshel
In March 1934 Peggy Hookham joined her first class at the Sadler's Wells School
DEREK PARKER discusses the career of the most famous ballerina in Britain today with ARNOLD HASKELL
DAME NINETTE DE VALOIS SIR FREDERICK ASHTON ANNETTE PAGE and Dame Margot Fonteyn
Produced by Denys Gueroult
Broadcast in the BBC World Service
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Introduced by POLLY ELWES and including:
They're off!: SONYA CALLINGHAM visits a racing stable in Hampshire to meet Highland Wedding, a runner in Saturday's Grand National
The peek-a-boo girl: Peter Davalle meets VERONICA LAKE
'You must have noticed': EDDIE WARING takes a sideways look at this week's events
Five in one: as a young reporter GALE PEDRICK was everything from Siegfried the music critic to Romany the hiker, and he dressed for the part Your letters
The Bells of Blandon
A Victorian mystery by Aubrey Feist in eight parts with Ronald Lewis as Major Dighton Guest
Andree Melly as Lorely Tresco
2: Ancient History
Major Guest, visiting the Cathedral city of Blandon, has been reunited with his fiancée, the vivacious Lorely Tresco. He has met her guardian Canon Garfield and other residents, and discovered that amid the cloisters disturbing influences are at work and deep-seated fears are being concealed.
Canon Garfield.......... JOHN WYSE Arthur Pringle ......... PHILIP GROUT Becky........................PAULINE LETTS
Produced by DAVID GEARY
by Henry Cecil
in thirteen cases from his London County Court-Fact or Fiction?
11: Perjury with guest stars: , the ' log-and-dog man ' : ' Commit perjury for fifty nicker? Well-I've often told lies for nothing. But not here. Not in court. That's different. May my grandmother's soul rot in hell if I tell- a lie here.'
John Westbrook as Mr. Faulkner, Counsel for Mr. Riley: ' All we say is that whether or not Mr. Morris had a watch on him when Mr. Riley struck him, it was not this watch here that was damaged.'
So one of the parties was committing perjury.
Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
Broadest on Dec.31.1667 (Radio2)
John Meldrum, Counsel for Morris:
Thomas Carr, landlord of the Berkely Arms:
Mr Simpson, Clerk of the court:
Inspector Hughes, C I D:
on mil inausiriai Striye nuin us :
What can we do about the endless strikes in practically every industry in Britain? Can labour contracts be enforced? Must the ' freedom to strike' always be one of the main planks of union policy? Must we have strikes with everything or is there any chance of future industrial enlightenment which could move us towards prosperity?
Produced by Alan Burgess
OLEG KERENSKY introduces
JANET ADAM SMITH. JULIAN JEBB , and MICHAEL BALDWIN who discuss The Urgent West by Walter Allen , Graham Greene : Collected Essays, and two new novels, The Remains of a Father by Michael Ramsbotham and The Tunnel by Maureen Lawrence
WILFRED SHEED is interviewed about his short novel, and long story. The Blacking Factory and Pennsylvania Gothic
Produced by Patricia Brent
Listen on Radio 4's special late-night hook-up to the declarations of today's three trend-setting by-elections at Brighton Pavilion, Walthamstow East, and Weston-super-Mare
The BBC's Political Correspondent, Hardiman Scott , takes the chair and is joined in the studio by ANTHONY KING , political analyst. and MICHAEL SHIELDS of National Opinion Polls
A Ten O'clock presentation
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