The Applecart by JAY JERROLD Read by Victor Carin
I suppose it was Uncle Randy obtaining money by false pretences from Auntie that went against my terribly moral upbringing. but it wasn't until I tried to stop him. that I found out I was really a bit of a rascal myself.
Producer ALLAN G. ROGERS BBC Scotland
With MARGARET KORVING
The third of six programmes about people who have achieved their personal objectives.
Life began at 40 for Christine Fagg , when she wrote her first magazine article on a corner of the kitchen table.
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two,
Let's Play Some Music! -1; learning the piano.
Any Other Business: a look at some of the more domestic points from Parliament.
Food Facts on Potatoes -4: DELIA SMITH gives us a ' star - recipe
Images of Rose (7)
Four plays about the legal profession, set in Chambers in the North.
3: No Holds Barred by JAMES FAIRFAX
' Miss Roberts, let's get one thing clear. I'm not doing this case as some sort of personal favour. I want to get to know you, but only so I can defend you properly. I want to get you off, but not because I like you or believe you're innocent, and certainly not because I believe in throwing bombs about the place, because I don't.'
Producer ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
Mr Justice Maxwell:
Det Insp Galloway:
Aleister Crowley , 1875-1947
From a puritan background Aleister Crowley became one of the most notorious figures of the first half of the century. Certainly he practised ' magick ' and claimed to have founded a new religion with himself as Messiah. But did he merit the horror his name and alleged practices still evoke? Did he have paranormal powers? Was he a genuine scholar of mystic rehgions? Or was he simply a charlatan?
With the voices of those who knew him, and followed him, and with the views of experts on Crowley's life and work, James Webb unravels the myth and reaKty of Aleister Crowley. Producer GWYNETH HENDERSON
The Secrets of Government A discussion between Lord Armstrong
Harold Evans and Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone In the Chair Robert Kee
Is secrecy essential for Cabinet Government? Would the advice of Civil Servants be inhibited if it was likely to be published and attributed after an interval of, a few years?
Producer ANTHONY MONCRIEFF
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