with John Timpson in London and Brian Redhead in Manchester
At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today, including at 7.17* and 8.17* latest news of the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, and the rest of the sports news; Today's Papers: at 7.25* and
8.25* VHF Regional News and Weather: and Thought for the Day at 7.45* Editor MIKE CHANEY
English Regions: see column 5
A Load of Hay by DOUGLAS RAII.TON
Read by Norman Shelley
Name's Wilf," the man said. " I walked over, that's how I'm late up, I don't have transport, see? I had a motorbike-and-sidecar until last week, but I traded it. That's my line. Trader. Some would say higgler, but it's not a term I like i i i " !
Your health and general well-being are the concern of our Friday presenter Bill Breckon. With, of course, your views in What's on Your Mind?
Bill Breckon's book: You Are What You Eat, 11.90 from bookshops
Introduced from Manchester by June Knox-Mawer
Violence in the Family: how and why does it happen? What can be done to prevent it?
The Clash of Steel: PEGGY POOLE explores the world of knightly tournaments.
Painting with a Purpose: EDNA LUMB has recorded the ravages of the African drought. Sweet Songs of Spring by PATTIE HALLAM
Read by HELEN WORTH BBC Manchester
by Peggy Eaton
With Gwen Watford as Sybil and John Hollis as Fred
"You can size up most people you meet in a flash. You know roughly how they'll react to situations. But your mother doesn't fit anywhere. She's kind and she obviously worships you and your father, but I think she wants help .. â I think there's something wrong."
A spontaneous discussion by Rt lion Jeremy Thorpe. mp
Rt lion Edward du Cann, mp Bishop Wilfrid Westall Ann Mallalieu
Chairman David Jacobs from Devon
Producer MICHAEL BOWEN BBC Bristol
Listeners' views for use in Any Answers? (Thursday at
7.30 pm) to: Any Answerst, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Bill Wallis. Chris Emmett Bob Kingdom and Bill McGufSe at the piano take a late-night look back over the week's news and illustrate the funny side.
Script by colin bostock-smith ALASTAIR BEATON and others Producer MARTIN FISHER
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