An eight-part series on matters of interest and importance to everyone concernedwiththeeducation of their children. At a time when a eontroversia) new education bil) is making its way through Parliament, and there is considerable public concern about educational standards, Barry Turner and Maureen O'Cennor purveynewsand opinion. respond to points raised in letters and explore some of the ways in which parents can help their children to get the best out of the educational system.
Correspondence to.' Parent Pomer, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WLt 1AA tonou;at;eon!;/
Stories of crime and detection in London
A series of 13 programmes written by Robert Barr
(12.55 Weather; programme news - long wave only)
Chief Inspector Roach:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor TatMno Point.
Readtno Your Letters.
A Teacher's Lot: some of the problems of the classroom seen through the eyes of the staff.
Johtt and Judie; CLivE JACOBS meets two Lancashire schootteachers who spend their family holidays writing, rehearsing and singing folk music. Journey to Amritsar (4) !ono uxme only
by Geoffrey Parkinson
Graham and Myra, a childless couple in early middle-age, live a quiet, uninspiring life in a London suburb: then one day a series of curious events commence that make Myra begin to believe that she has been chosen for something special - by God.
(Repeated: Frt 1.40 pm) Written by HELEN LEADBEATER
An English masque by George Frederic Hande ) performed in the original version composed for the Duke of Chandos at Cannonsaroundl718. Introduced by Roger Savage with the (bass) ENGLISH BAROQUE SOLOtSTS conducted by JOHN EHOT GARDtNER Crotnophone records
Fit the fourth: In which our heroes do a lot of running and digging.
ARTHUR: Don't ask me how it works, or I'll start to whimper.
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