A Radio Nature Trail to the borders of the New Forest. Hampshire, in search of goshawks. hobby falcons, woodcocks, nightjars, Dartford warblers, bird's-nests and green-veined orchids and mole crickets.
Presenter Derek Jones Producers JOHN BURTON and MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
long wave only
John Lahr , Rula Lenska
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas and Kenneth Williams
Quotations read by Ronald Fletcher. Devised and presented by Nigel Rees Producer ALAN NIXON
12.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
with Sue MacGregor Talking Point
Taste Buds are Tops: for RABBI LIONEL BLUE , whose theology can be rocked by them.
Reading Your Letters.
Children's Books and Writers: GRACE HALLWORTH. children's librarian. talks about the art of story-telling and ELAINE MOSS reviews summer reading. The End of the Affair by GRAHAM GREENE abridged in ten parts by GABRIEL WOOLF
Read by Cheryl Campbell and Gabriel Woolf (1)
'We saw each other for the first time at a party. I noticed Sarah, I think, because she was happy. I liked her at once because she said she read my books and left the subject there- I had no idea whatever of falling in love with her. For one thing, she was beautiful, and beautiful women, especially if they are intelligent also, stir some deep feeling of inferiorityin me.' (Music: Herrmann's Clarinet Quintet) long wave only until 2.45
Our Children's Children by JEREMY SEABBOOK and MICHAEL O'NEILL
Pauline Letts as Edith Bored and restless South London teenagers befriend a lonely old lady, but .. KAREN: Have some more rum. You love rum, don't you Edie?
STEVEN: I bet she's got a lot of valuables stashed away in here. Under the floorboards and that.
EDITH: What have they done to you? What's made you like this?
KAREN: Don't ruin our fun, Granny. Don't be like everybody else.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
Written by SUSAN HILL
(Repeated: Fri 1.40 pm)
Susan Hill's Preview: page 19
direct from the Philharmonic Han, Liverpool
Jennifer Smith (soprano) Anne Howells (mezzo-sop) David Rendall (tenor) Don Garrard (bass)
Liverpool Philharmonic Choir chorus-master
EDMUND WALTERS Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra leader MALCOLM STEWART conductor Walter Weller Part 1: Symphony No 8, in F major
Part 2: Symphony No 9, in » minor (Choral)
(Part of a complete cycle of the symphonies given during the Hope Street Summer Festival and presented by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society in association with National Girobank)
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