John Timpson in London and Brian Redhead in Manchester
At 7.9 and 8.0 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*
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Full Circle by DIANA GRUPP-YDn WILLIAMS Read by Sharon Morgan
If that house had seen a multitude of tragedies, it graciously rose like hot air to make room for the new, happy life that was about to fill it.' This story is about the unexpected way in which this transformation came to be. Producer BARRI GWYNN. BBC Wales
with Roger Cook and Nick Ross
A monthly participation series - two sides in a clash of interest have their say.
From Scottish fishing port to potentially the largest petrochemical complex in Europe in less than a decade. Roger Cook hands the microphone to those on the side of progress. Nick Ross hears the protests of those who feel their way of life swamped bv commercial interests.
Compiled by Roger Cook, Nick Ross and Sally Diplock
Producer Ritchie Cogan
It's 100 years since Richard Jefferies wrote Hodge and his Masters. Hugh Barrett compares the characters of the 1870s with their successors of today. 5: The Clergy. Producer ANTHONY PARKIN. BBC Birmingham
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Introduced by June Knox-Mawer Talk till Two.
Women and the Law: TESS gill with recent developments.
Coping with Your Crowning Glory: HELEN PALMER gets some expert advice on hair care.
' The Longer I Live ' (2): Memory - experience - ideals and ideas contributed by personswho'vebeeninvolvedin editing, producing, sustaining, performing during 30 years of Woman's Hour.
A Touch of Mistletoe (4)
Steph and the Zero-Structured Lifestyle by ANDREW DAVIES , with and ' wish I could let things alone. I have to know where I am. I can't stand zero-structure ... He thinks he has it all cracked but really he likes things in a mess. I'm supposed to be free but really I like things on tramlines. What shall I do? '
With PAUL HENRY , ELIZABETH REVILL , ESMA wilson, members of the fifth-year Drama Group of Droitwich High School Produced and directed by ROGER pine . BBC Birmingham
Ten programmes introduced by James Cameron
7: 'In the summer of 1951 we were beginning a mad and lovely and crazy and exciting experiment that was probably the only frivolous thing our solemn Labour Government ever did - the Festival of Britain' (JAMES Cameron) The Festival was a much needed boost. We were fighting with the UN in Korea and there was the ever-present fear of the atomic bomb. This was to become an issue in the General Election which the Labour Government called. The Conservatives won, but then the country came to a standstill as we mourned the death of George VI. Producers HELEN FRY and GWYNETH HENDERSON
Although there may be differences of opinion about the extent of Britain's economic problems there is agreement that urgent and continued action must be taken. What's to be done? Mary Goldring talks to some of the men who will have to make the solutions work, including Sir Jock Callard, Chairman of British Home Stores and former Chairman of ICI; Sir Monty Finniston; John Lyons, of the Electrical Power Engineers Association; Tom Jackson, of the Post Office Workers; and Michael Edwardes, Chairman of the Chloride Group.
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