The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Jack de Manio
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Weather: programme news
7.55 South-East News
by ROBERT BARR
A story in six parts of espionage in the remote islands of the Outer Hebrides starring Edward de Souza Brvden Murdoch and Geoffrey Frederick Part 2
Produced by PETER TITHERADCE
by NOEL BARBER
The fall and rise again of Singapore
Read by NIGEL GRAHAM
5: Surrender and Liberation
With food. water, ammunition, and petrol almost gone, the beleaguered citv of Singapore is forced to capitulate. The last toast is ' Absent Friends.' Dark years follow, but freedom is regained.
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
bv JANET MCNEILL with Garard Green
Hilda Schroder. Eva Haddon
Railwav stations stav very much the same-it's the passengers who change, but the changes may not be those that were intended.
Produced by RONALD MASON
The news magazine that sums up your day - and starts off your evening
Including the latest news. the evening '-press, what's on tonight. the City, and the people and talking points of the day. Presented bv
William Hafdcastle and Steve Race
5.50 Weather; programme news
5.55 South-East News
A weekly quiz on music and general knowledge with the Services stationed in West Germany, Berlin, and Gibraltar Panel: LIZ FERRIS, ted MOULT NEIL DURDEN-SMITH versus
A team representing the Army at Fallingbostel, West Germany Question-master ALUN WILLIAMS
by D. L. MURRAY adapted for radio in 10 parts bv THEA HOLME
Joe Melia as Sam Rubens Deborah Dallas as Josie Sam has now moved into the world of racing and even here his luck with money is incredible, though others lose their shirts. But his luck with women - particularly Josie - is more debatable ... 8: Glorious Goodwood
Compiled by MAURICE DENNING
Introduced by RONALD FLETCHER In the last decade forensic science applied to crime has made quite fantastic strides. Scotland Yard has its forensic headquarters in Holborn, the Home Office has the most sophisticated laboratories in the world at Aldermaston, and criminologists come from all over the world for training.
MAURICE DENNING talks to the police officers and scientists involved who know that not only does crime not pay, it is on many occasions very easy to detect.
Produced by ALAN BURGESS
With emphasis on the controversy raging round London's Western Avenue motorway extension and the continuing battle over Jet noise at Heath-row and other airports, GEORGE SCOTT examines how much of the blame lies with runaway technology and how much with sloppy legislation.
Produced by ROBERT CRADOCK
A series of five enquiries by David SMEETON of the BBC and REX KEATING Of UNESCO into the nature of learning and the educational changes likely to transform the pattern of life towards the end of the century.
5: Towards Better Teaching series produced in the studios of UNESCO, Paris
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