9.5 From Our Own Correspondent
BBC correspondents throughout the world report on the societies they live in - the politics and the people.
9.30 The Week In Westminster Parliamentarians discuss the week's business with ROBERT CARVEL
10.2 Between the Lines
NIGEL REES invites journalists to confront their readers and the people they have written about in the press this week. Narrator JOHN MARSH
Producers PADDY O'KEEFFE
BERNARD TATE and ANNE SLOMAN
with Judith Chalmers and Peter Windows looks at the children's book world: with actress NANETTE NEWMAN commenting on children's cookery books: critic
ELAINE MOSS on the price and quality of books; and other guests, young and old, looking at the book-scene around the country. HELLA PICK reads the European papers. And JOHN PULLEN reads Wrong Way Corrigan by PHILIP PURSER Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
Footprints in the Sand by DENIS CONSTANDUROS with ' Nothing but a vast grey hopelessness through the salt-smeared windows. But down in " Trevose " they'd be playing Monopoly or Animal Grab. And she would be there, her arms bronzed by the Cornish sun, her eyes bright with the game....'
Produced and directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol s
a boy Robin:
Unpredictable table-talk bounced off the week's crop of sense and/or nonsense with observers of, and contributors to, the current social, artistic and political scene.
Musical intervals by THE TEMPERANCE SEVEN
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
Celebration by KEITH WATERHOUSE and WILLIS HALL
A wedding and a funeral are two memorable events for a family, full of problems of etiquette and protocol, problems of transport....
' No, you haven't understood, love. You're going in the limousine. It's just a question of getting the last few people mopped up. You see. I've got the little van - it's clean - it's doing nothing -it's just a question of whether anybody's going to mind.'
Produced and directed by TONY CLIFF
(Repeated: Monday 3.5 pfl)
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