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Including during the week some Talking Point discussions, your letters and other topics.
Amons these today The Language of Courtship: cindy selby considers old and new ways of wooing among humans, and takes a passing look at the ways some members of the animal kingdom find a mate.
Blood on the Snow by EMANUEL LITVINOFr abridged in 15 parti by JACK SINGLETON
Read by JOHN BENNETT (5) Editor WYN KNOWLES
(John Bennett is in ' The Sound of Music ' at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London) lona wave only
What is it like to be disliked for a living?
An occasional series of programmes about people whose jobs bring them directly, or indirectly, into confrontation with the world at larse.
2: Gordon Bragg, funeral director
Producer JOHN STANLEY BBC Birmingham
The Dark Horse by MICHAEL ABBENSETTS A black mp? Why not? Blake Grant , barrister, life-long Party member, caring local councillor, is about to find out.
Directed by penny gold (Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm) (Paul Hardwick is in ' Overheard ' at the Haymarket Theatre Royal, London)
Inspector/Man in flat:
Paul Vaughan talks to the American soprano
Jessye Norman , prior to her two concert performances this week, and the conductor Maxim Shostakovich , son of the Russian composer, who is in London for a concert to mark the 75th anniversary of hU father's birth. Producer
Editor ROSEMARY HART
(Jessye Norman in Die
Meistersinger next Sunday ajtemoon, Radio 3)
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