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Producer NICK HUGHES
(Questions, on a postcard. to: Enquire Within, BBC, London [Postcode removed]) long wave only
In which current and controversial issues are put on trial before
Dick Taverne , Qc, and an audience of jurors in Broadcasting House, London
Tonight's motion: . Inherited Wealth is soeially Harmful proposed by Robin Cook , MP opposed by Mary Warnock The jury vote at the beginning and the end ot the trial so that any swing of opinion may be measured and a verdict reached.
Producer KAY EVANS
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Introduced from Northern Ireland by Margaret Percy
Studio Guest: Carolyn Mulholland, the highly acclaimed sculptress. One of her latest commissions was a work in bronze which was presented to pope John Paul II during his recent visit to Ireland.
Poet on Poets: Patrick Galvin, well-known Irish poet and playwright, analyses the significance of the recent publication poets of the North of Ireland.
Home for Hallow Eve: Sam McAughtry, author and short story writer, remembers being home for Hallow Eve in Belfast in 1933.
Other people's Children: for the International Year of the Child David Lay reports on children in Afghanistan.
See also: 4.18 pm
BBC Northern Ireland
The Age of Innocence: 4 (long wave only)
by Christopher Russell
Husband, parents, in-laws doctors, nurses, neighbours - all have views on Sue's pregnancy. Sue just wishes they would treat her as a human being and not a walking time-bomb.
David Lay tells the story of the Pathan tribes of thewild Central Asian mountains. Once they were ferocious foes of the British Raj: now they are . holy warriors attacking the Russian-backed government in Afghanistan. In the region known as the North West Frontier, the passage of invading armies since ancient times has served merely to harden the traditions of tribal life and warfare.
Producer ANDREW JOYNES
Presenter Gerry Mont é
John Seymour has been called the good-life guru '- his books are best-sellers in several languages. At his self-sufficient farm, he claims his weekly purchases are confined to coffee, tea, sugar, salt and lavatory paper. Besides his farming he is a seasoned traveller and seafarer. GERRY MONTÈ portrays this man of many parts.
Producer ANDREW VIVIAN
William Waldegrave. MP Jane Seed
John Ebdon and Ann Mallalieu tackle the issues raised by the audience in Barnstaple, Devon
Chairman David Jaeobs Producer CAROLESTONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 1.10pm)
Listeners' views for use in Any Answers? on Thursday at 4.15, to Any Answers!, BBC, Bristol [Postcode removed])
View: page 102
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 , ROGER WODBIS , RICHARD QUICK , JEREMY BROWNE , ANBY WILSON
Producer GRIFF RBYS JONES (Repeated: Sat 5.25 pm) Woddis On ... page 21
by THOMAS MANN translated by II. T. LOWE-FORTER Read by David Markham
'The room, with its four white walls, from which the three pink chairs stood out like strawberries from whipped cream, Jay in the unstable light of the candle. But the wardrobe over there was open and it was not empty. Somebody was standing in it, a creature so lovely that Albrecht van der Qualen 's heart stood still a moment and then in long, deep, quiet throbs resumed its beating.' Producer
(Starting on Monday: 'Nightmare Abbey' by Thomas Love Peacock, read by Kenneth Williams) long wave only
Albrecht van Der
A series of plays for late-night listening Your Own Boss by ROBERT DAVIS with and
How Mick gets trapped into marriage, fatherhood and industrial work in 19 comic vignettes covering 16 years.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
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