The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Jack de Manio and John Tlnipson
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50-8.0 Regional news, weather and programme news
Time and Tune
5: Clara wakes at midnight Presented by JOHN CAMBURN Written by JOHN EDWARDS
11.29 The Dinosaurs by MARGERY MORRIS
Narrated by BARRY FOSTER (Man series)
11.40 Cornwall - Porthleven Compiled by MICHAEL SMEE (Geography)
Joan Yorke presents the Radio 4 series that tackles topics of direct concern to you
Todav's main feature:
Your Health and Welfare
Why we lose healthy teeth: comments from dentists on gum disease and some pointers on how to prevent it.
Other topical items too. and a selection from your letters in What's On Your Mind?
(Write to You and Yours. BBC. Broadcasting House. London WIA 1AA; or phone [number removed], extension 3030, and record your letter)
South West VHF: see Variations, col 5
A panel game devised by TONY SHRYANE and UWARD J. MASON
DILYS POWELL and FRANK MUIR challenge
ANNE SCOTT-JAMES and DENIS NORDEN
In the chair JACK LONGLAND (Repeated: Monday, 7.30 pm)
12.55 Weather, information and news for your area
John Bunyan by PHILIPPA PEARCE
(Living Language) f
2.26 Poetry Corner
I saw eight magpies in a tree
2.3* Unos minutos nada mas 5: La neuva criada
Written by HARRY LAWSON
(For secondary school pupils in their third year of Spanish)
2.49 Learning about Life 5: Being Somebody
Introduced by JOHN STOCKBRIDGE
by RHYS ADRIAN with Pauline Collins as The Girl Ian Richardson as The Man
Geoffrey Collins as A Student
Evelyn received the Premio della Radiotelevisione Italiana at the Italia Prize Awards in Florence on 22 September 1970
by H. g. WELLS: abridged in ten parts by HOWARD JONES Read by DAVID DAVIS 4: Romance
Having been dismissed from the Gents' Outfitters, Mr Polly has been urged to buy his own shop with the money he has inherited from his father.
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 Hardcastle and Derek Cooper
5.50-6.0 Regional news, weather and programme news
A second chance to hear this programme which gives an impression of the nation-wide controversies which led to the passing of the Forster Educa tion Act 100 years ago.
Before we had entrusted the masses with the whole power of this country we should have taught them a little more how to use it ... I beliere it will be absolutely necessary that you should prevail upon our future masters to learn their letters (RT HON ROBERT LOWE , MP: 1867)
Independence is of more importance than education, and if the child's wages are necessary to keep the parents off the poor rates, it is far better that it should ao to work at the earliest age at which it can bear the physical exertion (NEW-CASTLE EDUCATION COMMISSION: 1861)
Narrator DAVID MAHLOWE
Written and produced by STANLEY WILLIAMSON
A series of programmes about love and the way people experience it in their lives. 3: Alive in Every Sense
A young woman, divorced and with three children, tells LESLIE SMITH about her life - and how she has come to love it.
Produced by RALPH ROLLS
Discoveries, inventions, and news from the world of science and technology.
Each week PAUL VAUGHAN introduces you to the people whose achievements are changing your way of life.
Produced by LAURIE JOHN
by GEORGE KELLER abridged by MARGARET HOLMES Read by David Healy 'Open up.' I shouted.
The cage swung open and the puma shot out. straight for me. The men pulled hard on the ropes: that was what saved me - by an inch. The puma's claws ripped through my horsehide jacket as if it were paper.
Produced by JOHN CARDY (First of seven instalments)
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