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Our family has recentlu been joined by a dormouse. Each evening, when we ao to feed the cats, we find it sitting inside the tin of cat food, feasting. Dormice aren't meant to be carnivorous, are theyf
A tasty morsel for consideration by today's Wildlife team. Introduced by DEREK JONES Producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
Questions to: Wildlife, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
The Adventures of Marlowe Written and read by David Barry
It was a hot June day; the wind blew the heat down from Pasadena. It was a time when little old ladies beat hell out of their dogs, and husbands come home from work and murder their wives. Business was bad for a private eye. Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
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Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Talk till Two.
2.0 - 2.2 News
Strong and Sturdy: Celia Thomson visits a school in Derbyshire that makes toys for handicapped children.
Reading your letters.
A Bewildering Choice: Roy Day attempts a guide to some DIY materials on the market today. 3: Underfoot-Tiles and Carpet.
Ace Effects-Man: from James Bond superworlds to Aces High - Derek Meddings reveals some trade secrets.
Shirley Cooklin reads Family Units by Ruth Finch: 6
Editor WYN KNOWLES
or How to identify a situation given a few obscure facts and a little lateral thinking.
Panellists: Sheila Hancock, Peter Jones, Sheila Steafel Chairman John Timpson Hidden voice JOHN BENSON Compiled by JOHN DAVIS Producer TONY LUKE
Strong Poison by DOROTHY L. SAYERS adapted in six parts by CHRIS MILLER
1: Old Bailey Producer
the Dowager Duchess:
Sir Impey Biggs:
Sir James Lubbock:
Foreman of the Jury:
West End Winners
George Cole. Charles Gray and John Rye in The Philanthropist A Bourgeois Comedy by CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON
I'm not unhappy. I mean, 1 am at the moment, but .. when you consider how pleasant my job is, how well-fed and privileged and comfortable I am. and how easy it is for me to be tolerant and compassionate, it does seem perverse to be unhappy as well, doesn't it? I mean, to be unhappy on top of all that does seem unreasonably self-indulgent, don't you think? '
Produced and directed by WALTER ACOSTA
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