The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Jack de Manio and John Timpson
7.40 Today's Papers
7 45 Thought for the Day
7 50 Weather; programme news
7.55 South-East News
Presented by ERIC SIMMS
With KENNETH WILLIAMSON Of the British Trust for Ornithology produced by ROSEMARY JELLlS
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A corner for music by ALBERT CHATTERLEY
21: Finding your way about
(This programme should be tape-recorded)
11.0 Ants and How They Live by SARAH EREIRA
Produced by JENYTH WORSLEY (Springboard)
11.20 Just Fine
A story by TOM MAYER read by EDDIE MATTHEWS
(Listening and Writing)
Man changes Man
1: Control of fertility
Compiled by TONY GIBSON
Produced by TOM BUTCHER
A selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC radio and television during the past seven days introduced by JOHN ELLISON Script by JEAN STROUD
Produced by PHYLLIS ROBINSON
(Extended version: Sunday,
12.55Weather; programme news
The Private Eye
While most people see private detectives as seedy little men spying on errant husbands. today's subject - because of his professional ethics we can only call him Phil - spends his life travelling round the world. He lives in the best hotels and mixes in high society and. as he tells BARNEY BAMFORD, he collected a fee of L40,000 for one job!
Produced by JAMES GALLAGHER
by ST JOHN LRVINE starring Sybil Thorndike adapted by PEGGY WELLS
More than 50 years ago Lewis Casson produced Jane Clegg with Sybil Thorndike in the name part. In this production Dame Sybil re-creates her original role of that East End housewife.
The scene is the Cleggs' small house in London in 1905. Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
The news magazine that sums upyourday-and starts OS yourevening
Including the latest news, the evening press, what's on tonight. the City, and the people and talking points ot the day. Presented bv
WHIiam HardcasMe andDerekCooper
5.50 Weather: programme news
Aspontaneous discussion by RT HON QUtHTtt) HOGG. MF
Chairman BAVtD JACOBS
Produced by MtCHAEL BOWEN frcm St Michae)'s Community Centre, Salisbury, Wittshire
(Repeated: Saturday. 1.15pm)
4: Thomas Chatterton J752-J770 by BRUCE NORMAN
A series of portraits of some britliantty gifted people who diedyoung.
Song composed by GUY BALAHAN Singer TERESA CAHILL
Harpsichord UONEL SALTER
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
A programme cf discussion andanatysisofthemainsocial, economic, and potiticatprob)ems of the day.
Each week experts wiU discuss a topic of major importance behind the days news both at home and abroad,
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