with Nigel Rees in London and Brian Redhead in Manchester
At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today, including Sports News and Today's Papers: at 7.25* and 8.25* VHF Regional News, weather; and Thought for the Day at 7.45* Editor MIKE CHANEY
English Regions: see column 5
Radio 4's open line gives you the opportunity to voice your opinions on political issues.
Ring Birmingham [number removed] and discuss your point of view on the air with George Scott and with other R4 listeners.
Producer JENNY DE YONG
The lines are open trom 8.0 am
Some Peace for George by SHIRLEY E. KEMP
Read by Douglas Blackwell
'Inside the house he looked around contentedly. Alone at last ... silence ... solitude ... peace.' How and why George sought peace, and whether he succeeded in getting it. is the theme of this story of George, a cat, and ' three scrawny, bony birds 'j one of which is his wife. Produced HARRI GWYNN BBC Wales
Introduced from Manchester by June Knox-Mawer
Home Link: JUDI GOODWIN reports on a scheme to help a Liverpool community help itself.
A Life of Crime: PETER WALKER is a police inspector, who writes crime fiction in his spare time.
The Ribbon People: PAT CALLAG-HAN reports on an industrial success story in Cheshire. Milk My Ewes and Weep (2) BBC Manchester
Father Christmas by J. C. W. BROOK with Like many other small boys, Christopher wanted a bike for Christmas - not much to ask when Father Christmrs obviously has hundreds to give away. Alec is out of work and can't afford one, but Rafe is determined that somehow the boy's wish will be granted ...
Other parts: ANDREW SEEAR Produced and directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
A spontaneous discussion by Marghanita Laski Ludovic Kennedy Roy Shaw
Dr David Bellamy
Chairman David Jacobs from Tyne and Wear
Producer ROY HAYWARD BBC Bristol
Listeners' views for use in Any Answers? (Thursday 7.30 pm) to: Any Answerst, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
David Jason , Bill WaUis David Tale and Bill McGuffie at the piano take a late-night look back over the week's news and illustrate the funny side.
Script by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH and others
Producers SIMON BRETT and GEOFFREY PERKINS
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