A general knowledge contest.
Questionmasters TIM GUDGIN and BOB HOLNESS Second Round
12: Porthcawl County Comprehensive School. Mid-Glamorgan v King Edward VI School, Southampton
Questions set by ROY SMITH Producer MARTIN FISHER
(Repeated: Friday 6.15 pm)
Weather, programme news
VHF Regional news and weather
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
Daniel Barenboim , conductor and pianist
Going Away This Year? - 2: cheap holidays in Europe.
Do-it-Yourself Medicine: CHRISTINE DOYLE with advice on backache.
For Gardeners: FRANCES PERRY and ARTHUR BILLITT plan ahead With JILL BURRIDGE.
A Cage of Hummingbirds (11)
Dog In a Manger by JILL HYEM with Judy Cornwell
Richard Coleman. Basil Most and Norma Ronald
George finds himself bored by marriage to June. The only thing that makes their relationship worthwhile is Basil. with Producer KAY PATRICK
Basil the dog:
Commander Robert Huntley , former Head of the Metropolitan Police Bomb Squad, talks to the BBC's Home Affairs Corresponderrt, CHRIS UNDERWOOD , about his life on the beat and at the Yard.
(Tonight on BBC1 at 10.15: Break-In)
Ring Robin Day to put your questions on the British Motor Industry, its present troubles and future prospects, to Bob Wright. Executive Member of the Engineering Workers Union and its principal spokesman in the car industry.
Producer WALTER WALLICH
Call [number removed]from 6.0 pm
by MARY-JEAN HASLER with and ' We had been walking a very long time. I saw what looked like blocks of salt but, to my horror, after a bit, I found it was snow. Every step we took I slipped back half and then they got annoyed. They produced a dagger. I was so tired. I said, " Well, get on with it then".'
A true story of murder, kidnapping and ransom set on the North-West Frontier of India. Today, 50 years later, the two principals in that drama live in peaceful retirement here in England. With their voices and memories this strange tale has been pieced together.
Narrated by Richard Bebb with RALPH TRUMAN
LESLIE HERITAGE, HAYDN JONES JEFFREY SEGAL , NORMA RONALD ROSHAN SETil , DINO SHAFEEK and MARC ZUBER
Producer MAURICE LEITCH
(Revised repeat: Friday 5 March, 11.5 am)
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