A series looking at community life in four contrasting areas of Wales. 3: Railway View, Llwynypia
A street in the Rhondda where the old togetherness has given way to a looser sense of identity - and where people look frankly at themselves and their neighbours.
Compiled and produced by HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales long wave only
Seth by NESS DRIVER
Read by Dillwyn Owen 'Seth the draper went over to the new shop and there on her knees in the window was Annette herself. Seth stared at her with fascination. Her red hair was waved and two large earrings hung from her small ears. The woman was young. and Seth felt old ... '
Producer HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales
We all have queries, quibbles and quandaries which we mean to resolve, but which always lie unanswered at the back of our minds.
Let Neil Landor , together with his specialised experts and the help of the BBC Reference
Library, sort out your queries.
Producer SIMON ELMES
Questions, on a postcard please, to: Enquire
Within, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WIA 4WW long note only
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Up in Smoke: SIMON CALDER looks at wood-burning stoves,
Talking Point: opinions and ideas ...
Reading Your Letters.
A Sort of Genius, on the 100th anniversary of Thomas Carlyle 's death, ERIAN WILKS pays tribute to the historian s wife, Jane.
Cousin Phillis 4) long wave only
Noon Ghosts by CATHERINE LUCY CZERKAWSKA with ... The midday ghost
... coming towards you in the heat of the day. Coming through the cornfields when you least expect such things. You can't close your eyes and creep under the covers and wait for the daylight to come. Not with the midday ghost. It's just there, in front of you. An old man, exiled in Scotland, is haunted by memories of his life in Poland before the Second World War.
Directed by MARILYN IRFLAND. BBC Scotland
Leech Woman/Mrs Kahul:
It is widely believed among lovers of poetry that the great poets in our literature are men. In this series of nine programmes, Jeni Couzyn demonstrates that in the neglect of women writers we are missing a vital part of our literary heritage. This first programme is devoted to the 17th-century poet Aphra Behn. Readers Liane Aukin, Jane Knowles
Producer Alec Reid
In earlier times ensembles got along very well without a masterful figure beating time in front of them, and only when the forces became larger did he become a necessity.
In this talk Neville Garden looks at the prominent role of the conductor and the extent to which he governs the orchestra's performance. BBC Scotland
Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in D minor
(In association with Legal and General Assurance Society Ltd to mark the 25th anniversary of Daniel Baretiboiin's first appearance in London)
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