Market prices and intelligence, the weather and what's new for farmers. Producers
LESLIE COTTINGTON. HERBEn DAYBELL and BRYAN PLATI
A note on Religious Affairs by Daniel Counihan
6.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
Producer LESLIE COTTlNGTON BBC Birmingham
7.40 Today's Papers
Norman Tozer with how to get the best value for your hard-earned cash.
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Presented by Tony Lewis. including a report from Gerald Williams at Flush ing Meadow as Jimmy Connors and Chris Lloyd defend their us Open tennis titles.
A Radio Sport and OB production
8.45 Today's Papers i
Russell Davies offers some helpless advice on summer activities in the great outdoors.
8.59 Continental Travel Information
Reports from BBC Correspondents around the world.
A Radio News production long wave only
This summer Anthony King looks back on some issues of the past which held the headlines for days. weeks, or months and then disappeared from the public arena
Were the arguments ol the time borne out by events? Was anything learnt? Could the issue ever recur?
This week: The Coming ot the Breathalyser in 1967 Producer JOSHUA ROZENBERG long wave only
Bill Grundy reviews the weekly magazines.
Producer WALTER WALLICH long wave only
NEM p 110; Love divine (BBC HB 329); Psalm 138; Ephesians 4. v 25 to 5, v 2 (RSV); God is love: let heaven adore (BBC HB 7'
by Margaret Howard
(Broadcast Fri 7.20 pm long wave only from 11.15
Compiled and introduced hv David Davis
7: My Good Child
Readers Prunella Scales and Martin Starkie
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The monthly magazine edition based on your comments.
Spiders making noises; the ' ins ' and ' outs ' of bee and wasp stings; and. of course, the latest sound to mystify you. Introduced by Derek Jones
Producer BRIAN LEITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Mon 10.5 ami long wave only
Teachers must find ways of consulting parents, and of really listening to their views.'
' It gives me a thrill to hear people laughing, because it's nice to have the power to make them laugh. And that is the fundamental thing.'
Sne MacGregor went to Cleveland. Ohio, to talk to the actress and entertainer Hermione Gingold. then on a 30,000-mile tour of the United States
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
The last seven days put in a questionable way hv Barry Took to Alan Coren
Michael Billington Nigel Demnster
Written and compiled bv DANNY GREENSTONE with the producer ALAN NIXON
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Tony Britton raises the cry of Hip Hin Hooray for ... Play Up and Play the Game!
A seriously lighihcartcd look at the evolution of British sport, at some of the games we've played down the years, and the way we've played them. with HARRY LANDIS. JEAN ROGERS DAVID STRONG and songs by SHEILA MATH-EWS , CHARLES WEST and CHARLES YOUNG WITH HIS SINGERS AND MUSICIANS
Devised and compiled by GERALD FROW
Producer JOHN DYAS
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
Britain's Dark Age Trade After the fall of the Roman Empire and the collapse of Roman-organised life in Britain, did trade with the continental ports collapse too? New evidence from excavations at Ipswich and Southampton is beginning to show how trade managed to adapt to the needs of the time.
Presented by Malcolm Billings with Richard Hodges and Philip Holds-worth. Producer
ROY HAYWARD. BBC Bristol long trare only
I'll Find My Way Back from the Park bv GILLY FRASER with June Frances Jeater
June is afraid, because her life seems to be crumbling around her. She turns for comfort to the past. her childhood. her roots - but life does change and a return to the past is not always a way of escape.
Directed bv KAY PATRICK BBC Manehestcr
(First broadcast in 1977) long wave only
Make 1978 International All Walk Backwards for Bacteria Year
Written and read by Jim Andrews
BBCManchester ( Repeat longwave only
A practical and topical magazine for and with disabled listeners.
Presenter Marilyn Alan Reporter Kevin MULLIERN
Citizens' Advice Bureau Phone-in: Monday 2.0-4.0 pm [number removed]
Correspondence address: BBC. Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW Producer JANE WOOD Editor MARLENE PEASE long wave only
Jerrold Northrop Moore explores one of his favourite pieces - Elgar's Enigma Variations gramophone records
Finlay J. Macdonald reminisces on a Hebridean boyhood. In this second programme, the young Macdonald explains how his hero worship for his grandfather grew, and how hc' learned of the second sight.
Producer LESLIE ROBINSON (First broadcast on Radio Scotland'
(Repeated: Tues 11.30 am) long waveonly
Michael Billington introduces a selection from last week's programmes. Editor ROSEMARY HART long wave
Johnny Morris recalls, with records and mixed memories, the days when he had drifted away from the musical world, but wherever he went there was always more than a whiff of musical nostalgia. Producer
CHRISTINE HARDWICK fRpt) long wave only
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
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followed by Continental Travel Information
Peter Barkworth. the actor
A second chance to hear some lighthearted words and music originally heard in Just After Noon. Presented bv
With MARGO GUNN. MALCOLM HEBDEK and DAVID SUMNER
Fairground music played on a Marenghi Organ built in Paris in 1904 Music producer ANN STANGAR
Producer KAY jAMIESON BBC Manchester
Richard Baker offers a recipe of popular classics on records.
Producer RAY ABBOTT
The Running of the Deer A winter comedy by MICHAEL ROBSON with and Edgar Lightcap, whose money was made in the manufacture of armaments, lives as a tax exile in the Seychelles with his mistress. Pamela. A fierce quarrel with his father ten years before has made him determined never to return to the family home in England. But Christmas is coming; and the arrival of younger members of the family soon disturbs the peace of Edgar's self-imposed, sun-lit, exile.
Directed by DAVID SPENSER (Robin Bailey is a Na-tional Theatre player)
Edgar l ightcap:
Professer John B. Mays and Professor Eric Wilkes in conversation with Brian Redhead
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Evening prayers con ducted by THE REV HUBERT HOSKINS
Sidney Harrison offers some gentle advice to those who love music but dont know much about it. 3: How to be an Accompanist
Producer DENYS GUEROULT
A of plays for late-night listening.
Thj Last of the Long-Distance Travellers by LAWRENCE BLACKMORB with John Hull as Smith
' They say. That if you stand. In a certain spot. Long enough. Everyone you know will eventually pass And Smith does. In a tube station. Smith, the last of the long-distance travellers, stands still. And waits.
Directed by DAVID SPENSER
Weather report: forecast followed by an interlude