with Brian Redhead in Manchester and John Timpson in London
At 7.0 and 8.0
Hail the day that sees him rise News and more of Today, including Sports News and Today's Papers; at 7.25' and 8.25* VHF Regional News and Weather;
Thought for the Day at 7.45*
English Regions: see column 5
The Golden Gimmick Caravan Site by DAVID HILL
Read by Robin Ellis
The advertisement in the caravan magazine said: ' Partner wanted for new enterprise ' ... an enterprise that concerned prospecting for gold. Producer DAVID SHUTE BBC Birmingham
A studio counselling session introduced by Jean Metcalfe
The problems of a young girl who will not go to school and a young woman who cannot get on with her mother are discussed by Dr Wendy Green -gross, Dr Colin Brewer and Paul Brown
Producer SALLY THOMPSON
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two.
Through the Eyes of Child: if I was in charge ...
Buying the Right Film: REG MASON.
Let's Play Some Music - 4: ASTLEY JONES and cooling it with the clarinet.
Family Units by RUTH FINCH (14)
The Little Companion by ANGUS WILSON
The first in a series of four plays adapted for radio by JOHN GRAHAM with Megs Jenkins
'And then I saw it -a little white-faced boy, thin with matchstick arms and legs growing out of shrunken clothes. He had red-rimmed eyes and an adenoidal open-mouthed expression. But the next moment he wasn't there.'
Produced and directed by JANE MORGAN
Series 2 from the Church of St Peter. Vere Street, London Celebrant: REV COLIN SEMPER , Overseas Religious Broadcasting Organiser, assisted by members of the Religious Broadcasting Department
Preacher: REV STEWART CROSS, Religious Broadcasting Organiser, Manchester
Old Testament Lesson: Daniel 7. vv 13-14 (av)
Epistle: Acts 1, vv 1-11 (AV)
Gospel: Matthew 28, vv16-20 (AV) Hymns (BBC Hymn Book): The Lord ascendeth up on high (133); The eternal gates lift up their heads (131); Rejoice, the Lord is King (128); Allpraisetothee(119)
Psalm (Gradual): 24, vv 7-10
The Service sung to Darke in r Organist BARRY rose
3: The Colonel and Miss Dickinson with Rosalind Ayres as Miss Dickinson and Roger Snowdon as Colonel Valentine Baker
Written by PETER HUNT , based on a chapter in the book Six Studies in Hypocrisy by GILES PLAYFAIR
Narrated by Frank Windsor
Colonel Valentine Baker was a brilliant soldier with friends in high places. But in June 1875 a young woman who had travelled with him in a non-corridor train alleged that he had assaulted her. The resulting trial led to Colonel Baker's imprisonment and dismissal from the Army. Did his behaviour merit such disgrace? with DOUGLAS BLACKWELL , LESLIE HERITAGE, MARGARET ROBERTSON , JOHN RYE and DAVID STRONG Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
(Repeated: Friday 11.5 am)
Presented by Mary Goldring
Recent scandals involving major multi-national companies have reinforced demands in some quarters for tighter control over their activities. A host of international bodies are presently seeking to establish codes of conduct on the ways the global corporations exercise their immense political and economic power. What social and political considerations must be taken into account in any attempt to regulate their activities? Producer TOM READ.
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