plus Dr Anthony Clare , Russell Davies , Fran Morrison in Edinburgh, and Gerry Monte in Cardiff. taking part in a live talk show that each week features a celebrity birthday interview as well as intriguing personal stories and musical interludes from THE BOWI.ES BROTHERS. Producer miciiaei. lmber long ware only
Timinerniann by r.uv love Read hv Patrick Malahlde . Timmermann stood on the riverbank. It was a bad bridge. If ever he had seen a bad bridge, that was it. He gave it three months at the outside - the rains were due. Better be out of the place by then ... '
Producer PATRICK rayner BBC Scotland long ivave only
adviser on National Security at the White House. answers questions in this special programme shortly before SALT 11 is signed in Vienna from Brian Beedham , Foreign Kditor of The Economist. Producer
(Broadcast Sat at 4.0 prin long wave only
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
For Social Security, Read ' Baboosi 1: SARAH WALEY went on a fact-finding expedition to the Gilbert Islands.
Talking Point: the acii of the NFWI.
A Couple 01 Smells: LIZ kekwick talks to scientists who are using biological methods of controlling pests and pollution.
A Chelsea Child Grows Up: ROSE gamble, author and reader of our last serial, talks about her family and her life now. North and South (2) long wave only
A Slight Insurrection by JAMES WATSON
1 It's an experiment. It's communal. And there'll be plenty of endeavour ... Whixley, you're desperate. Archetypally if not congenitally so. Desperate, unemployed and practically unemployable. You need us. We need you ...'
Concertina played by HARRY BOARDUAN
Directed by TONY cliff
Hammers david fleeshman:
Chairman Robert Robinson 16: Northern Ireland
PATRICK MCGARRY , teacher (Belfast); EDNA bissett , education officer (County Down); BILL JACQUES , teacher (Belfast); ROBERT BELL , teacher (County Down)
Including Beat the Brains Devised by JOHN p. WYNN Questions set by IAN GILLIES and JOAN CLARI Producer RICHARD EDIS
Written by alan bower
(Repeated: Fri 1.40 pm) Cast for the week:
The poet Patricia Beer presents the first of two selections of the poetry which fired her imagination in her formative years. Readers
John Frankly" Robbins and Frances Horovitz Producer fraser STEEL BBC Manchester
That was the stage name of Bill Campbell, son of the British Communist leader, J.R. Campbell, who lived for over 40 years in the Soviet Union and became a clown in the State Circus.
In the second of four talks he describes how he and his wife, though not many of their friends, escaped Stalin's purges before and after the war.
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