9.5 From Our Own Correspondent
9.30 Conference Special
ROBERT CARVEL reports from Llandudno where the Liberals are holding their first Assembly under Uavid Steels leadership. He discusses the Party's future and the key issues raised in the week's debates, with Liberal MPS and delegates,
10.2 Between the Lines
NIGELREESinvites journalists to confront their readers and the people they have written about in the press this week. Narrator SHEILATRACY
Producers GRAHAM MYTTON
DAVID WALTER and ANNE SLOMAN
Frank Bough introduces some of the funniest extracts from Round the Horne, and tries to find out how KENNETH HORNE , KENNETH WILLIAMS , HUGH PADDICK , BETTY MARSDEN , BILL PERTWEE and DOUGLASSMITH became a unique team of incredible characters.
It's a bona programme... (JULIAN AND SANDY)
I nearly uhirdled my splod ... (RAMBLING SYD)
Producer JOHN WHITEHALL
(Repeated: Monday 11.5 am)
with Anne Gregg and Norman Tozer
And today we not only scan the current European papers. but look at our own newspapers of 200 years ago - and find them surprisingly up-to-date. And COLETTE O'NEIL reads the third instalment of A Breath of Border Air by LAVINIA DERWENT. Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
Solitaire by FREDERICK TREVES with Lydia Sherwood and Stephen Thorne
PHILIP:First of all, Dame Sarah. I would like to thank you very much for agreeing to let me interview vou like this. SARAH: Not at all. Not at all. I enjoy it. It breaks up the day ...At my great age, keeping oneself mentally and physically active is very important, don't you think?
PHILIP: Essential I would say. So many people just vegetate on their retirement.
SARAH: Oh, I haven't retired, I shall never retire.
Produced and directed by DAVID H. GODFREY
(Repeated: Wed 11.30 am)
Dame Sarah Gordon:
A series of six plays based on the novels of GEORGES SIMENON with and 5: Maigret Sets a Trap translated by DAPHNE WOODWARD and adapted for radio by AUBREY WOODS with and Produced and directed by GLYN DEARMAN
(Repeated: Friday 8.30 pm)
(Michael Gough is a National Theatre player)
Black Tom Tyrant by BRIAN HAYLES
An account of the impeachment and trial of Thomas Wentworth. Earl of Stratford and Lord Deputy of Ireland in the year 1641.
Denys Hawthorne as Strafford and Noel Johnson as John Pym ' My Lords let us beware of creating new treasons that condemn the subject on doubtful evidence: let us beware of taking up ancient laws long and wisely forgotten, in order to process modern grievances.'
Produced and directed bv
ROGER PINE. BBC Birmingham (Repeated: Monday 3.5 pm)
Archbishop William Laud:
Captain John Smith:
King Charles I:
Queen Henrietta Maria:
Sir William Balfour:
The story of Queen Victoria, in 13 episodes, with Peggy Ashcroft as the Queen 12: The Queen and Her Heir bv JOHN CHANDOS
' Poor, unhappy Bertie! Oh, that boy! '
Produced and directed by NESTA PAIN
(Shortened version of the programme broadcast in 1974)
Sir Henry Ponsonby:
' Vicky ',the Princess Royal:
Edward, Prince Wales:
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