Introduced from Glasgow by Mary Marquis
Gordonstoun to Eton: ERIC ANDERSON , Head-master Designate of Eton. Rosettes for Ladies: some of Scotland's most successful breeders of Highland Cattle are women. SANDY CRITCHLEY reports.
A Blooming Heritage: JIMMY MACK and ADAM MARTIN look at Scotland's marvellous collection of rhododendrons.
Labels: MURIEL CLARK on the whys and wherefores of care labelling. BBC Scotland Greek Fire by WINSTON GRAHAM abridged in 12 parts by PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Read by JOHN BENNETT (12) (Music: Alwyn's Sinfonietta): long wave only
Fictions, a comedy by GORDON MCKERROW
Rodney Bewes as Martin Carole Hayman as Dilly David Daker as Fisher Martin and his wife Mel used to be a spectacular double-act stunt team but since Martin funked their greatest death-defying leap, fame, fortune and his marriage are things of the past. But ' Pel ' Mel is flying as high as ever.
Directed by PENNY GOLD
Social Security Officer:
with Pauline Jameson as Her Ladyship
After the charge at the head of the Light Brigade, Lord Cardigan returned from the Crimea a national hero. Thereafter his future might have seemed fairly predictable had he not set eyes upon a young, aristocratic lady,
Adeline de Horsey. Their love affair, the scandal it created and the attempts to offset its social consequences, form the basis of this feature compiled for radio by GEOFFREY PARKINSON
Dillwyn Owen as Lord Cardigan Denys Hawthorne as Narrator
Producer ENYD Williams BBC Wales
The Old Clock Man by FRANK GROUT
Read by John Darran
'Emlyn's love of old clocks increased with every passing year. " They're living things, Beth fach," he said. " They've got souls, see. And they can be temperamental, just like us." '
Producer HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales
An irreverently critical look back at the week with Bill Wallis , David Tate
Jon Glover. Sheila Steafel and THE DAVID FIRMAN TRIO Written by GUY JENKIN , JOHN LANGDON , JEREMY BROWNE , ANDY WILSON , RICHARD QUICK and BRIAN BETHELL
Producer JIMMY MULVILLE
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