Introduced by John Timpson and Brian Redhead including at 6.50 and 7.50 VHF Regional news and weather; at 6.55 and 7.55 Weather and programme news. At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today with Sports-desk at 7.27 and 8.27; Today's Papers at 7.35* and 8.35*; and Thought for the Day 7.45-7.50 English Regions: see column 5
from 9.20 am Holidays Abroad
In the studio will be two travel writers, Jill Crawshaw of the Daily Mail and John Carter of The Times, to help you decide where to go abroad; how to get there; what to do; and to give practical advice about holidays for the family, holidays for people on their own and holidays for people with special interests and hobbies. In the Chair Jndlth Chalmers Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
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The Third Chair by DIANA MORGAN
Read by Sheila Mitchell
' Mr Fyfe was one of those detectives so dear to women writers. He was slight, fair and aristocratic ... his equine face bore an expression of reassuring vacuity ... His author had every reason to be grateful to him ...'
Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
Presenter Nancy Wise
Careers without O-levels: the ninth in our series about people who started their careers without any O-levels, is about a catering lecturer.
Careers without O-levels, including today's story and It others: £1.00 from bookshops.
A panel game controlled (!) by Nicholas Parsons in which Kenneth Williams
Derek Nimmo , Clement Freud and Alfred Marks try to talk for just a minute on this and that.
Devised by IAN MESSITER Producer JOHN LLOYD
(Repeated: Thursday 6.15 pm)
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news and weather
Introduced by June Knox -Mawer Music Knows No Frontiers: joy HYMAN and JENNIFER RICE talk about their travels and the music they've sung to cope with awkward international situations.
From Your Booklist: VALERIE JENKINS chooses some recent novels.
The Healthiness of Health Foods - 1: Cereals.
I Had a Little Nut Tree written and abridged by Louis BATTYE
Read by TONY ROBINSON (Final instalment)
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