A Magical Way with Animals
Barbara Woodhouse has become famous as a trainer of dogs - and their owners! But she has also bred Arab horses, broken-in horses in The Argentine, run riding schools, organised kennels, trained cats for TV commercials, and been a farmer. So if you've any Problems or experiences With animals in your life, Why not give her a call? Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
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The Sky High Dreamer by SHEILA HODGSON
Why is the famous Wayland Scott in a dingy room above a pub with a shady character like Dyson? And is the young student's interest in this intriguing situation as innocent as it seems?
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON
What's the connection between the diving-bell and the water spider; jet propulsion and squid; radar and bats?
The experts plumb the depths of their knowledge to answer queries on natural engineering.
Presented by Derek Jones ProducerMICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
Questions to: Wildlife, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR (Repeated: Sat 2.5 pm)
The University City of Cambridge, rich in history but also a busy commercial centre, is Brian Johnston's choice for this week's Down Your Way. Producer Anthony Smith BBC Bristol
12.55 Weather: programme news: long wave only
Tea with Sickert: GWEN FFRANGSON-DAVIES talks about her friendship with the artist.
Personal View: VALERIE GROVE offers some thoughts for today.
Reading Your Letters.
Humming-birds and Hibiscus- BOREEN TAYLOR Visits Belize, formerly British Honduras.
' If you don't win any cups, you're just another has-been crew ': STEVE ANNETT visits the Devonport Team. practising for the Royal Tournament Field Gun competition. Smallbone Deceased (5)
This year the historian Robert Latham completes ten years' work editing the diaries of Samuel Pepys. At Cambridge, where he is Fellow and Pepys Librarian at Magdalene College, he talks to June Knox-Mawer about Pepys' diaries, which give us a detailed account of those nine years in history which included the Black Death, the Great Fire of London and the Dutch invasion up the Thames.
Producer HELEN FRY
The Old Routine by MARY WILLSHIRE Read by Marjorie Westbury
' Arthur had saved all his working life so there was no reason why we shouldn't enjoy his retirement. But Arthur, it seemed, thought otherwise.'
A series of 13 programmes Written by ROBERT BARR with 7: The Birthday Party(1)
Producer MARTIN FISHER
Chief Inspector Roach:
Dr Mossadeq and the Nationalisation of Anglo-Iranian Oil - a reconstruct tion by JOHN EIDINOW
Mossadeq is remembered in the West as the old man who became Prime Minister of Iran in 1951 and promptly nationalised British oil holdings.
The affair was the first test of will between the West and a Middle Eastern nation with nationalist aspirations - first rehearsal of themes which were to become dominant in relations both between the Middle East and the West. and between Britain and the USA.
With quotations from the published memoirs of politicians and diplomats, and the recorded recollections of British politicians:
Lord Shinwell Lord Stewart of Fulham
British diplomats: Lord Franks, Sir George Middleton, Sir Denis Wright. American diplomats: Averell Harriman. Kermit Roosevelt, Paul Nitze.
Oil expert: Walter Levy
An Iranian: Homa Katou zian.
Readers: HUGH BURDEN, JOHN CHURCH. DENYS HAW-THORNE, LEONARD FENTON Producer RICHARD KEEN (Repeated: Fri 11.5 am)
Lord Shinwell Lord
Ten talks in which Ray Gosling tells the story of his travels last winter overland to the East.
2: The Magic Bus from the Pudding Shop to Iran ' With the overthrow of the Shah came the end of the Vangolu Express. No more trains from the West, but the English buses still rumbled through: clapped out old Bedfords with names like Moonshine and The Slug and a picnic of long haired European youths ... but in every squalid Turkish town, as the bus puts up for the night, comes a new question: " And what do you think of Khomeini then? " '
Although the Spiritual has been used for propaganda purposes as a symbol of the Negro's aspiration for freedom and a better life, it must be considered an essentially religious expression - a hymn developed from contacts with Methodist and Baptist preachers, from church services and revivalist camp meetings.
Gordon Ledbetter considers the connection between the Negro Spiritual and the white man's hymn. He includes many of the best-loved spirituals, among them ' Deep River ' and ' Jacob's Ladder ', and the best-loved singers of them, including Paul Robeson , Marion Anderson and Roland Hayes.
Producer GRAHAM SHEFFIELD
Of special interest to the visually handicapped. Getting it Taped
Peter White reports on services which will record books, letters and documents for blind people.
Presented by David Scott Blackhall Producer THENA HESHEL
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London v Dublin Round 2) i End of Round 1 scores: London 11, Dublin 91)
London: Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas and Professor John B. Mays Dublin : Gordon Clough (Chairman) with Liam de Paor and Sean White
And the announcing of the 1980 winners of Round Britain Quiz Question researcher
CHRISTOPHER HAYTON WEBB Series producer TREVOR HILL
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Professor John B. Mays
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