Jobs for School Leavers
What use are CSES?
Working with people - what are the options? My son is interested in catering does he need to go to college? What if I fail my O-levels? Where are the secure jobs for the 1980s? is it really worth going to university?
Ring for advice and suggestions from
Margaret Kerving. Careers Broadcaster and journalist, and Terry Collins ,- Principal
Careers Officer. Wiltshire, Jill Burridge is in the chair.....
Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
Lines are open from 8.0 am
Arnold's Freedom Trail by ROBERT A. CRAMPSEY Read by Barry Warren
Black is beautiful when you're talking about Claudine she is sharp and intelligent, beautifully made. Claudine stands no nonsense from anyone, black or white.'
The Transaction bv LEILA BLAKE with Lucy, an American designer, has paid David to marry her so that she can continue her career in England. It's a business arrangement, part of the bargain being that they will part immediately after the wedding. But David seems reluctant to go ... Directed by CHERRY COOKSON
The scriptwriters, Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais , who created Porridge and The Likely Lads, choose the records they would take to a desert island and discuss them with ROY PLOMLEY.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER
12.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
with Sue MacGregor
Fish on the Cheap: MARIKA HANBURY-TENISON on cooking dabs and huss.
Talking Point: opinions and ideas ...
Reading Your Letters.
It's Your Patch: MAUREEN GALVIN reports on controversial local environmental issues, with comments from DAVID HALL , Director of the Town and Country Planning Association. 5: Wideeombe-in-the-Moor. Local residents discuss the problems of living in one of the West Country's most popular tourist villages.
Bel Ria by SHEILA BURNFORD abridged in ten parts by BA MASON
Read by NIGEL GRAHAM (10) (Music: Arnold's Fifth Symphony)
Denise Coffey Denk Parker
Professor John Taylor and Kenneth Williams are quizzed on sayings funny and fatuous - taken from books, journals and walls, or simply overheard.
Quotations read by RONALD FLETCHER
Devised and presented by NIGEL REES Producer
Four famous libel cases which captured the imagination of the public.
4: A Ha'penny from Hell by ERIC EWENS
In 1964 Leon Uris was sued by Dr Dering for comments made about him in a book called Exodus. The trial was to prove one of the most harrowing ever heard in a British court. Narrated by Michael Tudor Barnes
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
Colin Duncan, QC:
Should our curiosity about ourselves and the natural world be unfettered? Or should some forms of enquiry, especially in science, be limited? On the grounds of safety, we restrict the way that experiments involving radioactivity and genetic engineering are done. Should we attempt t;) curtail other forms of scientific enquiry on social grounds? For example, if we found cures for cancer and heart disease, could we cope with the problems created by large numbers of people living into their 80s and 90s? Is some knowledge so dangerous politically as not to be worth having?
Mary Goldring chairs a discussion between Dr Sydney Brenner of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology at Cambridge, Anthony Quinton , President of Trinity College, Oxford, and Ian Kennedy , Reader in Law at King's College, London. Producer DAVID PATERSON
A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker also featuring Terence Brady and Pauline Yates with Gordon Langford at the piano
The lines are contributed by TERENCE BRADY , PETER N. CHRISITE , DONALD CHUR-CHILL, BIRT FISHER , JOHN GRAHAM , CHRISTOPHER LANG -IIAM, ROT LOMAX, CHRIS MILLER , KATIE MOSS , MYLES RUDGE , GORDON LANGFORD , ALLAN SCOTT , CHRIS BRYANT and GERALD WILEY. Producer
.JOHN FAWCETT WILSON
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