Owls Are Night Birds by BERLIE DOHERTY Read by Cynthia Michaelis
The children christened the large white bird Barney, and after every sighting they rushed to tell Mr Dyson , imprisoned in his dark little corner shop.'
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Introduced from Bristol by Jennl Murray
A Berth for the ' Boat People': a report from two Hampshire reception centres.
Whatever Happened to the 'Summer Season'?: DOUGLAS MOUNCE finds out how we are entertained on holiday.
Natural Health Centres: JANET TREWIN reports on their development.
' Eau for a Muse': actor MICHAEL ROTHWELL , talks about his one-man show. BBC Bristol
Dr Nina and the Panther (3)
Answer in the Negative by GRAHAM BLACKETT
The theft of a rather expensive camera causes problems for Stan Thomp son when he remembers that the film inside it could prove to be rather controversial.
Directed by VANESSA WHITBUFN BBC Birmingham
Glenda Jackson Robert Morley Lord Carr
Chairman David Jacobs from Sompting, Sussex Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat at 1.10 pm) Listeners' views for use in Any Answers? on Thursday at 10.30 to Any Answers?. BBC, Bristol [Postcode removed]
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 WODDIS , JER-EMY BROWNE , BARRY BOWES and GEOFFREY ATKINSON Producer ALAN NIXON
A series of plays for late-night listening. Top Tomato by GILL LINSCOTT with A wily businessman has bought up a family firm of seed merchants. Everyone involved presumes he will continue trading but perhaps they are being a little naïve... Directed by CHERRY COOKSON
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