The Interlopers by SAKI
Read by Richard Hurndall So you're not killed, as you ought to be. but you're caught anyway! Caught fast! Oh. what a lest! Snared in your stolen forest. There's justice for you.'
in Milton Keynes
From the new Open
University studios, Sue MacGregor introduces John Dankworth and some of the other 98,000 people who live and work in the 34-square-mile new town in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside.
Producers PAT TAYLOR and JANET THOMAS Kidnapped (10)
Fr Valentine's Day by RAYMUND FITZSIMONS with Richard Hurndall John Levitt and Bryan Murray
' When the new
St Gregory 's is built, it will rise like a hymn of glory to God. Future generations will visit it as they now visit Chartres.'
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
(First broadcast in 1978)
Sounds and scenes from a past year challenge the memories of residents
Terry Wogan and Ann Meo and guests Joan Bakewell and Peter Hobday
Chairman Richard Stilgoe Questions set by LIBBY SPURRIER
Producer HELEN FRY
(Repeated: Fri 12.27 pm)
Described as ' one of Britain's fastest-growing hobbies', the study of family history holds fascination for many people, whether it's discovering the origin of a surname or family tree, or whether it's unearthing an illustrious connection or even a skeleton in the family cupboard. You can hear again the advice given to the many listeners who phoned the experts,
Don Steel and Gordon Honeycombe , in pursuit of their own past.
Produced by the Woman's Hour unit
includes Children of a Lesser God, a play which explores the relationship between a deaf girl and her teacher, and has its British premiere at the Mermaid Theatre after winning three Tony
Awards on Broadway; and Joan of Arc - the Image of Female Heroism by MARINA WARNER.
Presenter Jeffrey Richards Producer
by J. R. R. TOLKIEN
Prepared for radio in 26 episodes by BRIAN SIBLEY starring and 25: Homeward Bound The Queen Arwen said, ' I am the daughter of Elrond. I shall not go with him now when he departs to the Havens: for mine is the choice of Luthien, and as she so have I chosen, both the sweet and the bitter. But in my stead you shall go, Ring-bearer, when the time comes, and if you then desire it. If your hurts grieve you still and the memory of your burden is heavy, then you may pass into the West, until all your wounds and weariness are healed.' with and Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN OLIVER
Episode adapted by BRIAN SIBLEY
Directed by JANE MORGAN
(Gerard Murphy is a member of the RSC)
Theme music (record
BEH 415, cassette ZCR 415), from record shops
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