With Sue MacGregor Among today's items:
To Flauour and Savour: ELIZABETH PEPLOW tells
ANN MACNAMARA how herbs and spices can help both slimmer and gourmet, The Romance of Abbotsford: HELEN PICKLES Visits the home of Sir Walter Scott.
Kidnapped by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON , abridged by ELIZABETH BRADBURY in 12 parts
Read by John Samson (1)
... being Memoirs
Of the Adventures of David Balfour in the year 1751. How he was Kidnapped and Cast away....'
'Music Arnold Tarn O'Shanter Overture)
Tell Me When the Feeling Stops by COLIN HAYDN EVANS with Jane Knowles as Judy ' The " cause " of my disability, Mum, was a ear rolling over my back, leaving me - as I am. If, just if, your Mr Soper could actually bring back the sensation in my legs, do you know what the result would be? '
' You'd walk, Judy. You'd walk again.'
I'd scream blue murder.'
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
Mr Fellows/Clive Standish:
A nine-part series 2: Dorothy and Martin Swan
Until two years ago
Martin Swan was a civil servant in London and his wife Dorothy kept herself busy looking after two teenage children and a large town house. Now they have escaped from London to run an amusement arcade in Swanage.
Presented by Margaret Horsfield
Producer JANE MARSHALL BBC Birmingham
Frank Muir and Alfred Marks investigate the humour of the subject 'How are you at mathematics?
'I speak it like a native ' (SPIKE MILLIGAN) With the voices of Woody
Allen Bob Newhart, Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks
Written by FRANK MUIR andSIMONBRETT
Producer GEOFFREY PERKINS (First broadcast in 1979)
Written bV DEBBIE COOK
(Repeated: Fri 1.40 pm) Cast for the week:
Desmond Hawkins explores,insix programmes, the way in which some British poets have responded to the sea's moods, its legends and its challenges.
5: In Peril on the Sea Readers DOUGLAS LEACH and PAULINE WYNN
Producer BRIAN PATTEN -BBC Bristol
by CAROLYN SALLY JONES with Elizabeth Proud and Michael Williams
' Miss Hav-i-sham. Call me that now. For that's what I have and that's what I am. And it's enough. The house and the feast and the bridal night without end. Oh but I wanted ... I wanted to turn to the light ... and find it. I wanted the sun.'
The clay opens in Bengal in 1777 when
Ester Havisham is 13 years old. It explores the enigma of Miss
Havisham. the desolate and veneeful figure who haunts Dickens's Great Expectations.
Directed by RONALD MASON
Harry as a child:
Harry, a young man:
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