The Two Taverns bv AI.PHONSE DAUDET translated and abridged bvHARRYBELL
Read by David March ' Look, if you're going to make a success of your life. you'll need the right companion I know just the woman for you. She s got everything Good looks, good taste and. above all. good manners. An outstanding woman in every way.'
Producer MITCH RAPER
of Natural History
In a new series of eight programmes. DAVID JASON achieves the impossible and manages to be more confusing than David Attenborough. starring
Script by LAURIE ROWLEY
ANDY HAMILTON. GUY JENKlN COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH , RORV MCGRATH , CHARLIE ADAMS and BOB SINFIELD Music by NICK BICÂT Lyrics by ALISTAIR BEATON Producer
(Repeated: Tues 10.30 pm;
12.55 Weather: programme news
th ethree-toed sloth:
the flying turbot of Java:
herd of wildebeeste:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Happier at Home:
BERNARD JACKSON 'S third baby was born at home. Easier Gardening : JILL BURRIDGE with a look at the tools and gadgets available to the less active gardener. Talking Point.
Reading Your Letters. More Work for the Undertaker (14)
Editor WYN KNOWLES
Leaving by STEPHEN WAKELAM
Shirley Gillow is head of a large comprehensive in a difficult area. young for the job and good at it.
She's also active in local politics, possible parliamentary candidate. On the face of it she has no doubts about her life, nor need of them. but events, relationships and feelings are building up. leading her to think again about her whole future.
Directed by TONY CLIFF
Tom Brook goes behind the scenes of three major morning television programmes in America: the Today show. Good Morning America and Morning with Charles Kuralt. He meets some of the people involved and discusses the problems of presenting appetising news and reviews to an early morning audience. Producer ROSEMARY HART
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