Producers KEN POLLOCK and LESLIE COTTINGTON
with Gerald Priestland
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Producer ANTHONY PARKIN BBC Birmingham
Norman Tozer with how to get the best value for your hard-earned cash.,
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FA Cup Final day - and Tony Lewis gets an early flavour of the atmosphere at the big Wembley event - where this afternoon 100,000 fans will be divided in their loyalties between the finalists. Meet some of the personalities from both camps. A Radio Sport and OB production
See feature: page 72 and Peter Brookes ' View: p 82
from routine with Bernard Falk , intrepid reporters and enthusiasts with ideas on ways and means of spending your leisure hours, including today:
Miami Beach, America's Benidorm - what does it really offer for a holiday? The price is cheap but are there hidden extras? Find out on Breakaway this week.
Producer JENNY MARSHALL Editor ROGER MACDONALD long wave only
Ann Leslie reviews the weekly magazines.
Producer JOHN EDWARDS long wave only
Parliamentarians discuss the week's business with Robert Carvel.
Producer JOSHUA ROZENBERG long wave only
New Every Morning, page 93; Jesus, where'er thy people meet (BBC HB 263); Psalm 90, vv 1-6, 12-17; Micah 6, vv 1-8 (RSV); Through the night of doubt (BBC HB 186)
Margaret Howard presents her selection of extracts. long ware only from 11.20
BBC Arts Reporter Gerry Forsey examines the world's symphony orchestras: how they are financed in the United States: how they are administered in Austria; and what they enjoy playing in China.
A Radio News production by RICHARD ANTHONY BAKER long wave only
Presenter Louise Botting Radio's key to the ever-present problem of how to get the best from your money. A Financial World Tonight production
(Repeated: Mon 10.2 am)
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'I'm astonishingly lucky. My forebears chose the place to settle. I never can make up my mind which is the prettiest: Lismore, Bolton Abbey or Chatsworth t .. and then I've got a very small house in London, but that's the only one that does actually belong to me, that I'm entitled to sell, if I want to.'
The Duke of Devonshire talks about his life and work to Sue MacGregor. Producer GILLIAN IIUSH BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Mon 10.30 pm)
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Lord Willis, Jean Rook
John Selwyn Gummer , mp Sir Arthur South
Chairman David Jacobs
Listeners' views for use in Any Answers? Thursday
3.30, to: Any Answers?, BBC, Bristol BSS 2LR
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A special edition with topics suggested by you. Presented by Derek Jones long wave only
by CHARLES piCKENS dramatised in ten episodes by BETTY DAVIES starringand
2: The Child of the Marshalsea
Three people haunted Arthur Clennam's thoughts: his father, with the steadfast look with which he had died; his mother. with her arm up, warding oft his suspicion: and Little Dorrit. with her hand on her degraded father's arm and her drooping head turned away. What if his mother had an old reason she well knew for softening to this poor girl? What if the prisoner should trace back his fall to her? What if any act of hers. and of his father's, should have even remotely brought the grey heads of the two Dorrit brothers so low? withand
With MICHAEL GOLDIE
GODFREY KENTON , GORDON REID and PEGGY PAIGE
Directed by JANE MORGAN (Repeated: Tucs 3.15 pm) (Selina Cadell is a National Theatre player) long wave only
Bright Young Barnacle:
Mr F's Aunt:
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A series about sensible eating, introduced by Bill Breckon
2: Eating to Live
The basic facts about food: why do we need a ' balanced ' diet and how can we obtain it?
(First broadcast on R3) long wave only
with Bill Wallis. David Tate Sheila Steafel , Jon Glover and THE DAVID FIRMAN TRIO long wave only
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Natalie Wood. the actress (Repeated: Friday 9.5 am)
Unpredictable and often animated table-talk. Musical interlude by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
(Repeated: Sun 11.15 pm)
Richard Baker offers a recipe of popular classics on records.
Producer RAY ABBOTT
(Repeated: Wed 11.5 am)
London, Look You by JULIA JONES
During the 1930s depression. Ifor and David, in spite of excellent qualifications, cannot find work as teachers. So they set out for London to find fame, fortune and romance. The play demonstrates the humour and courage of young people who laugh and enjoy themselves in spite of a dearth of material things which today are thought necessary for a happy life.
With members of the CARDIFF POLYPHONIC CHOIR Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
(Mary Wimbush is a National Theatre player) (Repeated: Mon 3.15 pm) Preview by Sian Phillips: page 23
with Judi Dench as Edith Holden and the poems read by Michael Williams.
Edith Holden lived in the Warwickshire village of Olton and it was there, in 1906, that she wrote and illustrated a naturalist's diary which reflects her deep love of the countryside.
An evening meditation led by DAVID WINTER
On 12 May 1940, in the interests of national security, the British Government interned 2,000 Germans and Austrians living in this country. This was the start of a curious. occasionally comic, often painful and tragic experience for nearly 30,000 ' friendly enemy aliens who were eventually interned - some for a few weeks, others for the rest of the war. Eric Robson introduces some of their stories.
' It was the older people who really suffered. For them it was a humiliation, and the irony was that Britain had no greater friends.'
(SIR CLAUS MOSER)
Interviewer Celia Thomson Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude