Joan Yorke presents the Radio 4 series that tackles topics of direct concern to you Today's main feature:
Your Own Time. Party-giving and party-going: what are the ingredients - besides the food and drink - which make for a successful party? ZENA SKINNER offers her advice.
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The Singing Witch by ANITA HEWETT
(Let's Join In)
2.20 Pop Art
The words of British and American artists on their own work, arranged and produced by JOAN GRIFFITHS
(Art and Design: Radiovision)
2.40 The Last Wagon Part 1
An adaptation by EDWARD BLISHEN from the book Antelope Singer by RUTH UNDERHILL (Stories and Rhymes)
by IVAN KLIMA from EHRENFRIED pospisil's authorised German version
A trial for murder in a totalitarian state is the first ever held there before a jury. This radio adaptation of the recently published novel was made by the author and first broadcast in Czechoslovakia in 1966. Translated and produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME
A selection of the best 60-minute plays broadcast during the last decade.
President of the Court:
Governor of the Prison:
A spontaneous discussion by LORD GREENWOOD DORIAN WILLIAMS
LORD BYERS, LYNDA CHALKER Chairman DAVID JACOBS
Produced bv MICHAEL BOWEN from the Village Hall, Woolacombe, Devon
(Repeated: Saturday, 1.15 pm) Views for use in Any Answersr
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Lord Greenwood Dorian
JUNE ROSE reports from the field on the effect of the changes in the social services which the government announced two weeks ago.
GEORGE SCOTT chairs a discussion about the future of social security and the case for giving the individual the purchasing power to select with more freedom the benefits he buys including
ANGUS MAUDE , MP, and PETER TOWNSEND , Professor of Sociology at Essex University Produced by RICHARD KEEN
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