Jackie the Jibber by BRIAN GLANVILLE Read by Jeff Bowle
'Jibber? Well, it means jibbing in, don't it?
Getting in places without paying. I can't remember the last time I ever paid to see anything; football, boxing, dog racing there's nearly always a way.'
A five-part serial dramatised for radio by TED WILLIS from his own novel, with and Russia 1918: Captain
Tremayne and Colonel Kasakov have arrived - Soviet disguised partisans - on the outskirts of Ekaterinburg, on the last stage of their attempt to rescue the Tsar.
4:The House of Special Purposewith and A good yarn is like G good apple: crisp,well-flavouredandit rattles.
Thisisa veritable Pippin.
This(GUARDIAN) Directed by GLYN DEARMAN (.Broadcast Sun 6.15 pm)
11.55 Weather; programme news
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Guest of the Week: the cookery writer and broadcaster Delia Smith. I Wish They Knew How It Feels: CAROL CARNALL has a mixed-race family.
Queen's Club: PAT THORNTON visits ' the home of Lawn Tennis '.
How to Tell Weather the Country Way: ROBIN FACE . talks about his new book. A Death Out Of Season bv EMANUEL LITVINOFF abridged in 15 parts by JACK SINGLETON
Read by John Bennett (1) In late 1910, anarchist
Latvian exiles living in East London were planning an ' expropriation T - a robbery to provide funds for the revolutionary movement against Tsarist repression in Russia. For various reasons it went disastrously wrong and, in early 1911, it ended in ' The Siege of Sidney Street
Music: Vainberg's Trumpet Concerto)
There May be a Need for Mourning by PAAVO RINTALA translated by DIANA TULLSERG With MICHAEL spick and SUSAN SHERIDAN A small boy in Karelia writes to his father, who is in the army defending Finland against the Russian invaders in 1939. Forty years later, he recalls the effect of that largely forgotten ' Winter War ' on his family, regretting the loss of their Karelian way of life together with the dialect of his childhood, and honouring his mother's refusal to accept the loss of his father at the front.
Directed by MARGARET ETALL
Russian/Man from next door:
from the Chapel of Magdalen College, Oxford
Introit: Confirma hoc Deus (Byrd)
Psalms 91 and 93 (Stewart, Monk)
First Lesson: Exodus 16, vv 10-31
Canticles: The Second Service (Gibbons)
Second Lesson: John 6, vv 41-57
Anthem: O God, the King of Glory (Gibbons)
Organist and Informator Choristarum (choirmaster):
Devised by EDWARD J. MASON and TONY SHRVANE John Amis and Frank Muir challenge
Ian Wallace and Denis Norien In the Chair Steve Race Questions compiled by STEVE RACE. Executive producer BOBBY JAYE
(Repeated: Fri 12.27 pm)
Introduced by Iwan Thomas
Operatic, oratorio arias, songs and ballads recorded by the world-renowned tenor at the Michael Sobell Sports Centre, Aberdare. Accompanist
Producer TELERI BEVAN
(First broadcast on Radio Wales)
Comrades at Arms
Now that trade unions have the biggest say in the choice of Labour leader, they have more direct power within the Labour Party than ever before. Both wings of the party are seeking their support on key issues. What will the unions do with this new power? How far is pressure from rank-and-file activists forcing union leaders to adopt more radical policies? What could this mean for the future of the Labour Party and our system of government?
Presenter John Eidinow Producer TOM READ
(Repeated: Thurs 11.5 am)
includes a final report from the Cannes Film
Festival; and witnesses Ed Berman 's Show Trial of the Arts Council at the Tricycle Theatre. Kilburn, London.
Presenter Chris Fowling Producer
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