with Brian Redhead In Man chester and John Timpson in London
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Brian Redhead In
The Gold Studded Door by PAUL ARENE translated by PEGGY BOYTON Read by Richard Pasco
In this tale from Old Provence, Bénistan seems doomed to failure however hard he works, but it all changes when he goes off to the war.
Producer DAVID SHUTE BBC Birmingham
4: From Steelrig to Houstead Fort. Andy retraces the steps the Romans trod along Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland, built by the Emperor Hadrian in AD 23.
Fourth of six programmes Producer MARLENE PEASE
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two.
' Pull out the Plugs - Pour In the Ether': MERLIN MINSHALL on the joys of motoring 50 years ago.
Women and the Law: TESS GILL on recent developments.
Food Facts on Bread - 4: MARGUERITE PATTEN gives US star ' recipe.
Bird or Beast - Next Please!: MOLLY PRICE-OWEN Visits the vet's surgery again. IAN RICHARDSON reads Requiem for a Wren by NEVIL SHUTE (6)
Et Dona Ferentes by ANGUS WILSON
The third in a series of four plays adapted for radio by JOHN GRAHAM with and The Newmans, a typically English family, have invited Sven, a young Swedish boy, to spend his summer holidays with them. However, Sven proves to be a disruptive influence on typically English family life ...
Produced and directed by GLYN DEARMAN
The life and times of Dan Leno
' One touch of Leno makes the whole world grin.'
Songs: PETER REEVES
CHARLES YOUNG SINGERS
Narrators Charles Chilton and Peter Reeves
Written and produced by CHARLES CHILTON
Rhodesia in the Front Line Presented by Ian Mclntyre
The collapse of Portugal's colonial empire had profound Implications for southern Africa in general and Rhodesia
In particular. Mr Smith 's government must now contend not only with the hostility of black Africa but with the increasingly pressing attentions of Dr Kissinger and other international figures.
IAN MCINTYRE , just back from his third visit to Salisbury since udi in 1965, reports on what he heard and saw. Producer TOM READ
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