Andy Price visits Some
Field Study Centres and discovers unusual ways 6f learning aHeisure and Norman Tozer finds out wltlchstateIý homes oHer value for rnoncy. Presenters Jenni Mills
Producers ROSAIIND BEW and-susan SNA4VJM
Editor DAVID HARDING
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featuring Carole Hayman Nick Maloney , Simon Molloy , Brian Southwood The last in a series of six-comedy sketch shows.
Script and songs written by ROB GRANT - and DOUG NAYLOR
Musical accompaniment by PETE LINGWOOD Producer RON-MACDONNSELL BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tues 10.30 pm)
12.55 Weather programme news
with Site MacGregor who is joined in the studio by comedienne, Pam Ayres. Down by the Sid; DR PAUL CRAGG-talks about marine life on our beaches. Curtain Up: , arts and entertainment With TONY BARNFIELD. - Wedding Day Memories: fromMAEVEBINCHY,JBINTER DAVIES and BA MASON A Giant Leap for Mankind:
KAY ALEXANDER , talks to
CARL SAGAN about space. ' exploration.
Up the Crossing by KEN AUSDEN ; abridged in ten parts by JANET HICKSON , read by Geoffrey Matthews 1: Trip Day
Probably every town has-its own ' Just Wjlliam ' . and 'Ginger ' and in the late 30s Swindon
Ken Ausden and his friend Albie, plus Audrey,
' a somewhat unorthodox
Violet Elizabeth '!
(Music: Jerome Kern 's ' Look for the silver lining')
Editor WYN KNOWLES
French Without Tears
The fourthln a season of plays by TERENCE RATTIGAN with an introductory comment recorded by the author at the time of the play's first transmission.
The living room at
Miramar a villa in a small seastle town in the South of France, nine
(FIRST broadcast in 1973)
The lion Alan Howard:
Writer W. Gordon Smith shares the enjoyment of a favourite walk on the Mearns.coastline of Scotland, from the old bridge over the North Esk to the cliffs of St
Producer PATRICK, RAŸNER. BBC Scotland
Friday 6 March, London loses its with the North Sea... The sirens sound... banks of the Thames crumble... damage runs into" millions of pounds... children and the elderly are endangered... public transport is paralysed. the rats desert the flooded sewers... Friday 6 March will it happen like this?
A dramatised documentary written and produced by DAVID EDWARDS (First broadcast on BBC London)
'it's Cutlasses Now. Men!
Jeffrey Richards film critic and historian. lakes. a spectacular look at the action-picked world of the swashbucklers - thote chivalrous sword- and sabre-wielding paladins of film, fiction and theatre -from Chaucer's Noble Knight,toDouglas
Ho6«£§ndErrolFlynn's from the youth of Shakespeare's Verona to
Edmund Rostands Cyrano de Bergerac; Gene Kelly's Musketeer anil Stewart Granger's Scoraouche with contributions from ALISTAIR COOKE,KEVlN BROWNLOW, JOHN BAXTER,
STEWART GRANGER,WILLIAM HOBBS, DEREK WARE,
CHRISTOPHER PALMER,DAME fLORA ROBSON, RALPH FAULKENER, CORNEL, WILDE n»Ml DOUGLAS FAIKgaKKS JR. Producer JOHN POWELL Editor ROSEMARY PART
The People of the by DAVID THOMSON abridged in ttn parts by the auther Read by Denys Hawthorne (1)
There was supposed to be a creature in the water for every one on land There was supposed to be cows and Sheep and every animal there But the seals were the people o the sea
Producer MAURICE LEITCH
Moonshine is an unreliable, non-committal, unsentimental and inconsistent light, such as is shed by this inconclusive and distracting assemblage of verse, song, stories and archival oddments on Houses.
Presented by Judi Dench with additional readings by Joss Ackland. Music from the Cambridge City Jassband. Vocal refrains from Dave Skitani and the Rhythm Boys
Written and compiled by PETE ATKIN and RUSSELL DAVIES . Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE
(Judi Dench is a member of the RSC)
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