RICHARD conducts his regular team as they help to find antidotes to that
Monday morning feeling by talking to some of the personalities who will be making the news in the makingthenewsintne forthcoming week.
Producer HUMPHREY WALWYN
by NIGEL BALCHIN abridged in ten parts by MICHAEL BOWEN Read by Geoffrey Matthews (1)
Professor Mair's research section is working on weapon research during the Second World war; the Germans are dropping mysterious booby-trap bombs; and Sammy Rice has his own private battle to fight.
Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBC Bristol long wave only
Introduced by Wynford Vaughan Thomas Robert Powell Is shown the harvesting machinery of 100 years ago by Martyn Brown , curator of the Abbey Barn Museum, Glastonbury. Kenneth Cooke, former head keener at Weston Park,
Shropshire, recalls the pleasures and problems of a gamekeepers life in the shooting season.
Mollie Harris admires the work of her local Oxford-shiretaxidermist",
Is the glory of Britain's autumn foliage in danger from neglect?
Keith Allan talks to John James of the Woodland Trust. Eric Simms watches the birds of the mid-Wales coast at the RSPB reserve at Ynys Hir. Martin Muncaster goes salmon fishing on the River Tweed with Lord Home.
Producer JOHN HASLAM
Jong wave only
News, views and advice for consumers, including Job News with MARGARBT NORVING, and World of Work with ideas 6n careers and training. Presenters Sue Cook and Andy Price
Editor DAVID HARDING
HELP! page 18
A general knowledge contest between schools in England, Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.
First Round 6: Midlands: Derby School v Ilkeston School, Derbyshire Questionmasters Tim Gudgin and Paddy Feeny
Questions set by ROY SMITH and PAUL LIVESEY
Producer PAUL MAYHEW-ARCHER
(Rptd: Thurs 6.30 pm)
12.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Talking Point: opinions and ideas....
You Pays Your Money ... Or Else!: debt-collecting and the debt collectors. RON ALLDRIDGE reporting.
Herbal Cures: ANN MAC-NAMARA investigates the claims.
Look Back with Mixed Feelings by DODIE SMITH , abridged in 13 parts by JANET HICKSON Read by PATRICIA ROUTLEDGE (8) Editor WYN KNOWLES long wave only
The Cake Shop by CLlVE RICHE
Read by Timothy Earle
1 I'd never stayed long at the top of Slackston Hill, until the day we went to Miss Feather-light's cake shop. You see, for folks like me, it just wasn't the place to go. It was posh...
Producer MITCH RAPER
The convoluted chronicle of an optimistic author
Starring Ian Carmichael as Gerald C. Potter and Charlotte Mitchell as his wife with Brian Carroll, Danny Schiller
Written by Basil Boothroyd
(Repeated: Wed 12.27 pm)
Gerald C. Potter:
by Dick Francis, dramatised by Barry Campbell, with Tony Osoba, Robert Lang Jack May, Selina Cadell
Being warned off Newmarket Heath is like being struck off the medical register only more so. When Kelly Hughes loses his licence as a jockey he loses his job, his home, and his whole reason for living and as it's for something he didn't do, he's determined to fight back and find out who framed him and why.
Technical presentation DAVID GREENWOOD, assisted by DAVID MITCHINSON and DIANA BARKHAM
Special effects recorded at Hereford Race Course and Lethorries, Berkshire
Directed by JANE MORGAN
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