All lined up for your Photo-calls, Roger Clark and Michael Langford join Barbara Myers in the frame to focus their advice on the serious amateur, would-be professional and holiday snapper.
Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
Lines open from 8.0 am
The Festival of Bacchus by ARTHUR SCHNITZLER translated and adapted for radio by BASIL ASHMORE with Martin Jarvis Maureen O'Brien and Dinsdale Landen
This tale is not unique In any way - it tells, quite simply, of a wife who thinks her husband is unfaithful, takes a lover in revenge - then, finding she has fallen in love with him, decides - in due course - to run away with him.
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
Dr Guido Wernig:
A fairy ring of horse mushrooms has appeared on our lawn. It's nice to think of pixies sitting on them at night, but there must be another reason for them growing thus.
The circle of naturalists answers your questions. Introduced by Derek Jones
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
Questions to: Wildlife, BBC, Bristol BSS 2LR
(Repeated: Sot 2.5 pm)
Introduced by Sue
MacGregor Island of Gardens and Spices: ANNE GREGG Visits Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. Readina Your Letters.
Don't Worry, Your Hair Will Come Back: DR BILL DOLMAN explains about alopecia.
In Praise of Trees: a compilation of words and music by SHIRLEY DU BOULAY.
The House In Paris (9)
In the second of three programmes, Roy Lancaster presents a portrait of V. Sackvllle-West as a garden-maker, whose weekly articles in The Observer, from 1947 to 1961. brought a touch of Sissinghurst to the humblest suburban plot. With comment by Alvilde Lees-Milne and readings by Rosalie Crutchley.
A series of 13 programmes of crime and detection in London.
Written by ROBERT BARR
10: The Legacy
Producer MARTIN FISHER
Chief Inspector Roach:
Prescription for Bankruptcy?
This year Britain will pay, for the first time, more than £1,000-million for the nation's drugs. While hospitals close, patients are denied the best treatment, and Health Authorities struggle to make ends meet on fixed budgets, family doctors are free to prescribe with little regard to cost. Without controls, this blank cheque drawn on the NHS will, sooner or later, bounce:
Can we afford any longer, the luxury of the doctor's cherished freedom to prescribe
Can the patients' demand for ' a pill for every ill ' be curbed?
Can drug prices, and profits, be further controlled?
Bill Breekon Investigates the options open to doctors, industry and government.
Research by SHARON BANOFF Producer RITCHIE COGAN (Repeated: Fri 11.5 am)
Ten talks in which Ray Gosling tells the story of his travels overland to the East.
5: Difficult - But Possible ' Ramaswany Radhakrish nan is my friend, somewhere south of Madras in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu. (Population: 41 million; density nearly twice the All India Average; literacy 40 per cent). He lives with his Mum, and apart from the cooking pots, their most precious possessions are 150 letters from an Old Dutch friend called Henk, and now. two from me.
'We met in a monsoon at Pondicherry. He said " You buy me sandals, I show you many temples." I said " I am not a rich man, we must travel by bus." " Difficult," he said " but not impossible."
' That's India. North, South, East and West- 638 million people: being difficult but not impossible.'
' Every afternoon, as they were coming from school, the children used to go and play in the Giant's garden.
' It was a large lovely garden, with soft green grass. Here and there over the grass stood beautiful flowers like stars....'
The children of ST BARNA-BAS AND ST PHILIP'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, and the LONDON BOY SINGERS, conducted, by ALAN DIXON , present a musical version of the story by Oscar Wilde.
Ian Wallace as the Giant
Recitative HILARY WESTERN Soloists NICHOLAS IMISON , LOUISE MARCEL , SARA OLIVIER , ALEXA HARRIS , MELINA CARRIERE , JACOB CUNNINGHAM
Lyrics by PETER RAPSEY Music composed by ALAN DIXON arranged and conducted by PETER HOPE and DAVID WATTS
Intermezzo for guitar arranged by HECTOR QUINE and played by ERIC HILL Sound TED DE BONO and ROB BAYLY
Producer ALEC REID
Six programmes about the attempts of various groups of people to bring employment back into their localities.
1: Whose Job is it Anyway! Presenter Colin Ball
Consultant JOHN PEARCE Producer JUDE HOWELLS
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