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Producer JOHN SKRINE
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One of the last acts of President Carter's administration was the preparation of the United States defence budget. The decisions made in Washington will greatly influence Western defence strategy. The BBC's
Christopher Lee , examines the budget and its significance.
A Radio News production by JOHN ALLEN
(Repeated: Sat 3.25 pm) long wave only
Introduced from Bristol by Jenni Murray
Guest: Danny La Rue who is starring in pantomime in Bristol.
Your Birthright: CHERYL ARMITAGE looks at current medical research into some gynaecological problems.
The New Musical Woman: RICHARD graves examines the part music played in liberating Victorian women. BBC Bristol The Spy's Wife by REGINALD HILL abridged in 12 parts by BA MASON, Read bv CAROLE HAYMAN (12) (Music: Salzedo's Divertimento) long wave only
Moving by pathice chaplin with Two couples decide to pool their resources and -buy a house together: they all have their separate and very differentreasonsfor wanting to share. The perfect house comes on the market - a rambling mansion in the heart of London, going for a song. But the owner, Mrs Leachman, is a difficult lady to pin down, as mysterious as her unique property.
Jqnny sean Arnold Directed by cherry cockson
A Vision of Order
Peter Porter , in the fourth of eight programmes on poetry in Britain since the war, considers the work of a number of poets who seem to him to value tradition because it is all that separates them from a random universe. They include
R. S. Thomas. Vernon Scannell , Patricia Beer , Dannie Abse , Alan Brownjohn , Anthony Thwaite and Geoffrey Hill. Readers
FREDA DOWIE , GARARD GREEN and the poets themselves
Producer PRUDENCE SMITH
Stephane Grappelli , the jazz, violinist from Paris, is 73, but musically livelier than ever. He played with Django Reinhardt and the Hot
Club of France in the 30s, and with George Shearing in London in the 40s.
Over the past ten years he's enjoyed an international revival, including a successful collaboration with the classical violinist Yehudi Menuhin.
Presented by RobertRowe Producer DEBORAH VOGEL (Repeated: Sat 4.40 pm)
The Rt Hon
Shirley Williams The Rt Hon
Norman St John-Stevas , MP The Bishop of Edmonton David Penhaligon, mp fromChippenham, Wiltshire
Chairman David Jacobs Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 1.10 pm)
A look at the news, with Bill Wallis. David Tate Sheila Steafel
Geoffrev MeGivern and music by DAVID FIRMAN Written by GUY JENKIN , JOHN LANGDON , RICHARD QUICK . ANDY WILSON , BOB SINFIELD , BRIAN BETHELL , JEREMY BROWNE , TONY SARCHET , PETER HICEEY
Producer jimmy mulville (Repeated: Sat 5.25 pm)
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