Time to turn out the attic to see if the spring-cleaning reveals a long-mislaid treasure for David Battle , Director of Sotheby Belgravia, or John Bly , FRSA and Freeman of the Goldsmiths Company to identify.
Sue MacGregor in the chair Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
Lines open from 8.0 am
The Probe by PETER HAWKINS
David is a Yorkshire lad who needs a new pair of specs. He's convinced he can only find the pair he needs in London. His journey in search of them becomes much more than just a simple shopping expedition.
Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC Manchester
(Paul Webster is a member of the RSC) long wave only
in Northern Ireland
Brian Johnston visits Newcastle, Co Down. where 'The mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea. So says the song written by Percy French, whose life is explained by historian ARCHIE CAIRNS.
Now a popular seaside resort, Newcastle offers miles of sands and has become a centre for recreational activities. Producer SARAH pitt BBC Bristol
12.55 Weather: programme news: long wave only
with Sue MacGregor
Talking Point - ' I made it Myself ': DIANA MCDERMOTT , design director of a pattern company, and EVE HARLOW, dressmaking journalist, discuss the Woman's Hour Summer Flying Suit Pattern and offer advice on making clothes from patterns.
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Reading Your Letters.
What Do You Think of Your Dustmen So Far - Rubbish/ HENRY KELLY investigates whether it's blame or bins resting on the shoulders of our refuse collectors.
Jobs for the Girls and Jobs for the Boys: PAT PRIOR investigates.
A Small Country (9) long wave only
by ROBERT BARR with Ray Brooks as Detective-
Sergeant Brook Christopher Blake as Detective-Constable Maxton 3: Bedtime Story (1)
Producer MARTIN FISHER
Sergeant Brook Christopher
Chief Inspector Roach:
Professor John Lorber , of Sheffield Children's Hospital, has found a group of people who appear to have little or no grey matter - including one who has an IQ of 126 and a first-class honours degree in mathematics.
PROFESSOR LORBER diScusses the implications of his discovery with Noel Dilly , Professor of Structural Biology at St George's Hospital Medical School. Geoff Watts is in the chair
Producer GEOFF DEEHAN
(Repeated: Friday 11.5 am)
Hear about sewing aids that might help people with little or no sight. Presenter Peter White Producer THENA HESHEL
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7: The Singers
' One does get paranoid about catching a cold. You can even spoil your voice laughing too loudly. One really does become quite neurotic about it, because after all, it's your only asset.'
Interviewer Ian Horsbrugh Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Venice Observed Venice, a city that's a work of art in itself, is the setting for an exhibition of The Art of the 70s. Paul Vaughan reports on this summer's huge Venice Biennate exhibition reflecting international art of the last decade.
Producer ANNE WINDER Editor ROSEMARY HART
London v North of England (Round 2)
(End of Round 1 scores: London 9, North 10)
London: Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas and Professor John B. Mays North of England:
GordonCIough(Chairman) with Dr Patrick Nuttgens and Louis Allen
Question researcher BERNICE COUPE. Series producer TREVOR HILL BBC Manchester
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