Presenter John Timpson with LIBBY PURVES including at
6.45. Prayer for the Day With CANON PETER COLEMAN
7.0. 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.30. 8.30 News headlines
7.45* Thought for the Day
Cooking for One or Two
My daughter's living in a bed-sitter, and only has a gas-ring to cook on; have you any suggestions for widening the range of foods she cooks? From what she tells me, she fries everything. My husband and I are pensioners, and we find shopping a bit of a problem. Do you think it would be worth the expense of buying a freezer? I live alone and I'm out at work all day - so I don't need to keep large stocks of food but I find it difficult to buy small quantities. Are manufacturers doing anything about this? Put your questions to two cookery experts, Mary Berry and Louise Davies. Sue MacGregor is in the Chair
Produced by the Woman s Hour Unit
Lines open from 8.0 am
The Children of Dynmouth by WILLIAM TREVOR abridged in 15 parts by BARRY CAMPBELL
Read by Johnny Morris (1) ' Timothy Gedge was a strange boy, always at a loose end. Unfortunately he was increasingly becoming a nuisance to people, endlessly friendly and smiling, keen for conversation ...'
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
Preview: page 27
It is Davey's eighth birthday. He rises early and dresses in his white sailor suit; by his bedside is his most cherished possession: a sea shell. Young Davey is going on a very special journey.
' Bees spend a good deal of their time mucking about with nectar and honey. How is it that they don't get all gumS'ne of the sticky problems for the team of naturalists to solve.
Introduced by Derek Jones Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 2.5 pm)
with Sue MacGregor Backyard USA 1: America Isn't Just New York.
SONIA BEESLEY reports from Tucson, Arizona - a desert city in the Far West. Talking Point - opinions and ideas.
Tricks of the Trade-2: TONY WILKINS on wall-papering
Will I Walk Againt DAVID Williams visits Stoke Mandeville - the National Spinal Injuries Centre. Hands to Dance and Skylark
6: A Sailor at Waterloo
by D.H. Lawrence freely adapted in six episodes by Roy Spencer
Starring Sarah Badel, Clive Francis, Peter McEnery and Penelope Wilton
(Starting next Sunday: "The Inheritance" by Balzac)
Theme composed by:
D.H. Lawrence, the narrator:
Musician at the Austrian Hotel:
Musician at the Austrian Hotel:
Extracts from one of the best revues on the 1979 Edinburgh Fringe.
'Radio Active' is their very own local radio station, broadcasting to you wherever you are in the country. A show full of music, jokes and terrible DJs - just like any other pop radio show - or is it?
and David Jackson-Young
Music by PHILIP POPE and RICHARD CURTIS
Written by ANGUS DEAYTON, RICHARD CURTIS, PHILIP POPE, DAVID JACKSON-YOUNG and the producer JIMMY MULVILLE
Another programme in this investigative series. Fit to Bus?
The safety record of British coaches.
Every year over 70 people die and 1,600 are seriously injured in coach and bus accidents. Why? Are coaches properly designed, constructed, and maintained? Do drivers work hours which are too long and dangerous? Are the laws governing the British coach industry tough enough?
Gill Pyrah investigates. Research SHARON BANOFF Producer LESLIE ROBINSON (Repeated: Fri 11.5 am)
The Right Light in the Right Place ... can make a lot of difference to people who can only read with the use of magnifying glasses or other low-vision aids. Dr Michael Woolfe talks to Margaret Ford about some adaptable table lamps that might be helpful to people with poor sight; Kevin Mulhern reports on opportunities for blind people in drama and dance.
Presented by Peter White Producer THENA HESHEL
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For the 1980 scries the Resident London Team accepts Round 1 and 2 challenges from teams in Wales, the Midlands, the North of England, Scotland, from Ulster, the West of England and from the Republic of Ireland London v Wales (Round 1) London: Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas and Professor John B. Mays Wales: Gordon Clough (Chairman) with Dr Mostyn Lewis and Fred Nicholls
Question researcher BERNICE COUPE
Producer TREVOR HILL BBC Manchester
Answer: Mrs Joyce was born Nora ' Barnacle ', Nathaniel ' Winkle ' was the relevant Pickwickian, ' Clam ' is Latin for secretly, and the kiln is a ' Cockle '. All are shell-covered denizens of the deep.
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