Market prices and intelligence, the weather, and what's new for farmers Producers KEN POLLOCK and LESLIE COTTINGTON
A note from Religious Affairs Correspondent Gerald Priestland
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Producer KEN POLLOCK BBC Birmingham
Norman Tozer with how to get the best value for your hard-earned cash.
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Tony Lewis presents his magazine programme.
Olympic Games: the latest news from Moscow including a preview of the day's athletics highlight-the 800m final.
Test Cricket: the Fourth Test. England v West indies at The Oval. Plus the news from home and abroad.
Producer JOANNE WATSON Olympics feature: page 7
8.59 Continental Travel Information
from routine with Bernard Falk , and intrepid reporters and enthusiasts with ideas on ways and means of spending your leisure hours. A critical look at the leisure industries and news of things to do and entertainment that simply shouldn't be missed. deluding: riding holidays in Spain and TONY WILKINS with DIY advice.
Producer STEPHEN PHELPS Editor ROGER MACDONALD
For information sheets, send a large sae to: [address removed]long wave only
Geoffrey Smith reviews the weekly magazines.
Producer WALTER WALLICH long wave only
Parliamentarians discuss the week's business with Matthew Coady.
Producer JOSHUA ROZENBERG long wave only
Book, The BBC Guide to Parliament, £4.50, from bookshops
New Every Morning, page 13; My God, I love thee (BBC HB 276); Psalm 116; Jeremiah 31, vv 3-12 (AV); God is love: let heaven adore him (BBC HB 7)
Prayer book, New Every Morning, £1.75 hardback, £1.25 paperback from bookshops
Margaret Howard presents her selection of extracts from BBC radio and television programmes over the past seven days. long wave only from 11.20
BBC Correspondents throughout the world talk about the countries they work in - the politics and the people.
Editor PADDY O'KEEFFE
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The art, science and business of sound recording. Presented by Peter Clayton Acoustic Records: the case for a new approach by PETER ADAMSON
Hi-Fi News: ADRIAN HOPE
Folk Song Collecting: JIM CARROLL and PAT MACKENZIE Record of the Week: by HUMPHREY LYTTELTOM Series devised by LAURENCE STAPLEY
Producer ADRIAN JOHNSON
The last seven days put in a questionable way by Barry Took to Alan Coren
Richard Ingrams Jonathan King
Compiled by JOHN LANGDON and the producer DANNY GREENSTONE
(Repeated: Mon 10.30 pm)
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The Rt Hon Barbara Castle, MEP, Terry Wogan, John Mortimer, QC, Robert Jackson, MEP tackle the issues raised by the audience at Sonning Common, Oxfordshire.
Chairman David Jacobs
Listeners' views for use in Any Answers?, Thursday 4.15, to Any Answers? [address removed]
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The team of naturalists answers your wildlife questions.
Introduced by Derek Jones long wave only
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A six-part dramatisation by FREDERICK BRADNUM Of At Lady Molly's, Casanova's Chinese Restaurant and The Kindly Ones-books four, five and six of ANTHONY POWELL 'S sequence of 12 novels.
3: Casanova's Chinese Restaurant (1)
Title music composed by ANTONY MIALL
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD (Repeated: Tues 3.15 pm) long wave only
the younger Nicholas:
St John Clarke:
Six programmes on spoken English. 5: Grammar
Is it really wrong to split your infinitives or to say He's bigger than me? ' Frank Palmer looks at the grammar of everyday speech.
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An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with David Jason. Bill Wallis
David Tate , Sheila Steafel and THE DAVID FIRMAN TRIO long wave only
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followed by Continental Travel Information
David Scott Blackhall, the writer and broadcaster.
(Repeated: Friday 9.5 am)
Unpredictable and animated table-talk
Musical interlude by INSTANT SUNSHINE
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
(Rptd: tomorrow 11.15pm)
dips into his collection of gramophone records and presents a selection of music for your pleasure. Producer RAY ABBOTT
(Repeated: Wed 11.5 am) (Ian Wallace is The Self. ish Giant: Tues 8.20 pm)
Paper Tigers by EDWIN PEARCE
An account of the bitterness, personal and professional, that follows an industrial dispute on a provincial newspaper. To strike over pay and conditions is one thing but to find editorial freedom at risk is quite another.
Directed by ROGER PINE BBC Birmingham
(Repeated: Mon 3.15 pm)
Solicitor for the defence:
Solicitor for the prosecution:
Leslie Gardiner recalls a return to the place of his war-time escape.
'Ribbons of mule-track . . . all tangled up with ideas of lost youth and romantic adventure in an Italy where it was always morning - morning and a teenage boy going places over the high pastures.
' " A date inscribed in the memory." says the café proprietor. "That day the British brought down 800,000 cannon. In every olive tree was a man with a machine gun. Church-hill himself ordered it." BBC Scotland
Here I feel like a newborn baby. I am going to live a new life, but just now I feel as if I am between two societies, between two lives ...
Sara is 30, and one of the 50,000 who have left the Soviet bloc in tfce last year to seek freedom in the West. For most, their country of first asylum is Austria, and their first taste of the new life a state-run refugee camp at Traiskirchen, near Vienna. As they wait for the offer of a permanent home, sometimes crowded 20 to a room, doubt and disappointment creep in. David Henshaw reports from Austria on this growing tide of East European refugees - and the conditions that drive many to risk everything to get across the border. Producer MAX EASTERMAN A File on 4 report
An evening meditation led by JOHN WILCOX
Roger Nichols talks about one of Ravel's most evocative scores: L'enfant et les sortileges - an opera with libretto by Colette depicting the enchanted world of childhood.
Producer PATRICK LAMBERT gramophone records
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude