Leonard Rossiter , the actor, chooses the eight records he would take to a desert island and discusses them with ROY PLOMLEY , who devised the programme.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER
(Leonard Rossiter is in ' Make and Break at the Lyric Theatre, Hammer-smith)
Introduced from Birmingham by Maureen Staffer
An A to Z of Jumble Sales: DAVID LLOYD sees life from both sides of the counter.
Celluloid History: MARGARET HORSFIELD Visits the vaults of the National Film Archive in Warwick-shire.
The Bells, the Bells. how JANE PITMAN became Captain of Bellringers at the largest parish church in England.
An Unlessoned Girl (5)
The Mariana Man by KEN BLAKESON
'Look, Alan, you're a good lad, but let me give you a bit of advice. Never borrow money to bet with. It's a rule I've always stuck by. I'm a pro, I know what I'm doing, but with you it's a disease. You'd bet on two drops of rain running down a window.'
Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC Manchester
by NEVILLE TELLER with Wendy Hiller as Queen Victoria
A study of the bitter-sweet relationship between the Queen-Empress and her eldest grandchild, based upon Victoria's letters and journals.
Narrator ALAN WHEATLEY Producer GRAHAM GAULD
The Antony Complex written by DONALD BANCROFT Read by Frank Windsor
' It's an inferiority complex In relation to one particular person. That person always has the edge over you, which is very frustrating ...' Producer PAMELA hows BBC Bristol
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with Bill Wallis David Tate
Sheila Steafel David Jason and the DAVID FIRMAN TRIO Written by GUY JENKIN , JOHN LANGDON JEREMY BROWNI ANDY WILSON
RICHARD QUICK and BRIAN BETHELL
Producer JIMMY MULVILLE (Repeated: Sat 5.25 pm)
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