The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Robert Robinson and Douglas Cameron
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50-8.0 Regional news, weather and programme news
Fyfe Robertson wanders around some of Scotland's many islands, meets the people and sees the sights.
4: Benbecula and Uist
Silver beaches looking toward America, trout fishing and rocket ranges, peats and peace. Producer JOHN GRAY
Invented and presented by JEAN MACINTYRE , 13 years FRANCINE BATES. 12 years NILU PATTNAIK, 12 years TESSA STOREY, 11 years PAUL BOROSS , 11 years
Speaking when they're spoken to: Dudley Moore. Ed Stewart and Dr Maurice Burton The Quest for Salovar A space serial with KERRY FRANCIS
Visits to the Headquarters of the London Fire Brigade and Renshuden Judo Club
Research by TONY ASPLER Producers DAVID HATCH and SIMON BRETT
Jeanine McMullen presents the Radio 4 series that tackles topics of direct concern to you. Today's main feature: Your Own Time
Where have all the family pictures gone? NIGEL MURPHY looks into the possibilities of your enjoying a family night out at the cinema,
And other topical items too. VHF South West: see col 5
A thriller for radio by MICHAEL BRETT with Rupert Davies Lockwood West John Westbrook
' They reckon you tucked away £75,000. We'll leave you a bit. We'll have f50,000.'
Producer H. B. FORTUIN
Gordon North, a company secretary:
Charles Lever, a private enquiry agent:
Peter Church, a confidence trickster:
The game that turns the pages of showbiz history with Dinah Sheridan
Michael Flanders , Ian Wallace Dick Vosburgh
Chairman Jack Watson Programme devised and compiled by DENIS GIFFORD Producer JOHN DYAS
The autobiography of His Holiness The Dalai Lama edited by DAVID HOWARTH abridged in four parts by EILEEN CAPEL
Read by DAVID SPENSER 4: Escape to Exile
'In spite of the atrocious crimes which Chinese have committed in Tibet, I have absolutely no hatred in my heart of the Chinese people.' Producer DAVID H. GODFREY
Nicholas Parsons takes a look at who's talking and the issues they're talking about, with the help and hindrance of an invited audience at Broadcasting House. London.
This week's special guest casting a personal eye over the events of the last week is
Jonathan Miller and Richard Ingrams comments from
Unusually Reliable Sources
Producer ANNE DUNCAN-JONES
Are we still in the technological racet An enquiry by Christopher Layton. author of European Advanced Technology Since 1861 the British have worried from time to time that they are falling behind as technological leaders. The Rolls-Royce collapse sharpened this worry.
What are the conditions for technological competition today? What developments have we up our sleeve? What have we missed? Should our development henceforward be European-based?
RT HON ANTHONY WEDGWOOD BENN , mp, former Minister of Technology
ALTIERO SPINELLI , member of the EEC Commission
BASIL DE FERRANTI, executive director, International Computers
PETER TRIER , director, Philips Industries
LAWRENCE PILKINGTON, director. Pilkington Brothers -
BASIL BARD , managing director. National Research and Development Corporation
Producer RICHARD KEEN
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