The Tattooed by MAEVE KELLY
Read by Trudy Kelly
' An incongruous collection of people whose common denominator was the Citing factor of their disease.... which of us, she thought, half in amusement and half in despair could fall in love with another victim of the bug? .
Producer JUDITH ELLIOTT BBC Northern Ireland
Presented by Patrick Fyffe and George Logan with Daphne Heard and ROSALIE WILLIAMS
Written by MINE CRAIG, LAWRIE KINSLEY and RON MCDONNELL
Producer JAMES CASEY BBC Manchester
]2.55 Weather; programme news: tong wave only
Introduced from Wales by Noreen Bray
Welsh Guest: Sylvia Jones , Chairman of Wales TUC.
Clouds of Nimbus: KATHY EDWARDS visits a new and successful recording company.
Doctors in Trouble: the Valley doctors are leaving because they can't cope with the workload.
Customs of Love: CATRIN STEVENS talks about Welsh traditions of courtship and love.
BBC Wales Bel Ria (3)
Half Sick of Shadows by LEE TORRANCE with George Baker Jo Manning Wilson and Henry Knowles
In the fields the corn stood high
And in the distance met the sky,
As a knight went riding, riding by, On the road to London
And he did love a fair lady,
Whose heart was his entirely,
She waited for him faithfully
While he rode to London
Minstrel's song composed by STEPHEN WILLIS
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
How far back can living memory go? Sometimes it needs only two generations to reach the beginning of the 19th century. ' The rebels have advanced as far as Derby.'
' " I have been sent by the Almighty to kill you," said the intruder. " Then don't you think we'd better protect the carpet? said the Duke.'
' In bad weather a foot-man would wait after breakfast with an umbrella to escort her down the garden to the closet.'
' He never went out to look after his sheep without taking his books, and he taught himself Latin.' Joan Yorke presents recently recorded memories about life in Britain long ago.
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with David Jason Bill Wallis , David Tate Sheila Steafel and the David Firman Trio
Written by GUY JENKIN , JOHN LANGDON , RICHARD QUICK, ROGER WOODIS , JEREMY BROWNE , BARRY BOWES and GEOFFREY ATKINSON Producer ALAN NIXON
(Repeated: Sat at 5.25 pm) Wuddis on ....- page 11
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