Introduced by John Tlmpsoa and Gillian Reynolds
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It's hard to imagine that a little bird like a pied wagtail would attack a car - and a police car at that - yet this is the report received from the two officers concerned. Naturally the Wildlife team is happy to help the police with their enquiries.
Introduced by DEREK JONES Producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
Something Nasty in the Wood-shed by HOWARD JONES Read by David Davis
' That girl.' Bridie said - ' I've got a feeling ... If you ask me ...' 'I didn't ask.' I said. 1 It's queer. What can have happened to her? I mean - where is she? '
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two.
A Touch of the Esther Williams: LYNN TEN KATE decided it was high time she learned to swim.
The Social Workers - 1: Help! I need somebody ... GRISELDA CANN asks who are the social workers? Why do we need them?
Can I Have Your Autograph, Please?: ANDY PRICE meets Britain's foremost autograph collector.
A Cage of Hummingbirds (4)
House of Cards by STANLEY ELLIN abridged in ten parts by BARRY CAMPBELL
Read by Blain Fairman
1: The House in the Rue Courcelles
Reno Davis. ex-American prize-fighter and now a penniless would-be author living in Paris, suddenly finds himself involved with the beautiful Anne de Villemont and her young son Paul. It is his first step into a terrifying world of intrigue and danger.
Producer KAY PATRICK
Mrs Mountford 's Final Attempt by DAVID FITZSIMMONS
Mrs Mountford , a fun-loving, vivacious 49-year-old, who. with a little make-up and six hours at the hairdressers, could pass for 48. is horrified at the prospect of her husband's early retirement and decides to have a final fling before it is too late.
Producer ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
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