Bernard Cribbins reads stories bv bill naughton 5: A Real Good Smile
'He's like all bosses; he'd crack his own face if ever he were to attempt to smile. But he can't stand the idea that these who work under him are not happy in their work.'
introduced from Bristol by Jenni Murray
FRANK wintle examines the changing face of the Cornish tin-mining industry.
Members of the BRISTOL WOMEN'S STUDY GROUP discuss the ' female role past and present.
KATHLEEN JONES relates her experiences as a housewife ' living in Arabia
SUE HEMMING, Nurse of the Year ', talks about her work in the community. BBC Bristol
Bubble and Squeak And Other Stories
4: The Penknife
A Cause of Stress in Certain Males by ANITA BRONSON with Nerys Hughes
Dorathy's boyfriend Clive has a problem - his problem is Dorathy. She is beautiful and he is attracted, but she is so Zany, so illogical. His attempts to change her, however, are doomed to failure, for Dorathv does not even realise that he is trying.
Directed by KAY PATRICK 'First broadcast in 1977)
' There's a terrific change 01 light and the noise is quite deafening, and then you seem to go hot and cold as you come out of that tunnel.' (RON CHALLIS) 1979 FA Cup Final referee) Going out to face huge. sometimes hostile, crowds is just one of the pressures on Football League referees. Julie Welch , sports writer for the Observer, explores the referees' view of the game they have to control. the pressures they are under, and what they get out of the job.
Producer ITICK WEBB Preview: page 17
4: The Story of Godfrey Thomas Vigne
Narrator John Kowe with Leonard Fenton
In outward appearance T. Vigne , E.sq, as he liked to call himself, was the very model of an English gentleman. Even in the mountains he dressed like one, wearing a a broad-brimmed white, cotton hat, and a white duck-shooting jacket'. But why was Vigne particularly favoured by the authorities? And why was Vigne the only English. man allowed to enter the remote country of Little Tibet? Was he, in fact, a political spy?
This series of six programmes, adapted by John keay from his book When Men and Mountains Meet, recounts the adventures of the extraordinary band of men who early in the 19th century were among the first Euro. peans to explore the Himalayas.
Producer ALAN haydock
Godfrey Thomas Vigne:
Michael Oliver reports from the Edinburgh International
'Festival on productions of The Caucasian
Chalk Circle and Richard Ifl by the RUSTAVELI comPANY from the USSR; and two plays about the effects of war presented by the BRISTOL OLD VIC THEATRE COMPANY.
Producer JOHN boundy
Henry Livings and Alex Glasgow perform a selection of their favourite songs, stories and poems from The Northern Drift, before an audience at Broadcasting House, Edinburgh.
Producer ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
2: A Ceaseless Roinul
John Julius Norwich narrates the second of six programmes tracing the travelling habits of the English abroad, from Tudor times to the 19th century.
Readers LEONARD FENTON and PHILLIP SULLY Written by MAR-Y ANNE EVANS
Producer BRUN cook ( Repeat)
A series of plays for late-night listening.
The Pure of Heart
A moral tale from Ireland by JOHN B. KEANE
Another man's wife costs nothing, and tell me who'll miss a slice off a out loaf? .
Directed by ropfrt cooper BBC Northern Ireland
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