The Bread of Adversity by Nick Yapp
Read by Sandra Clark
'"You must leave Tom." Harript said."I've watched you for years now.... You're going under. You're losing your identity. You've got to leave him'"'
Producer MITCH RAPER
Brian Johnstonvisitsthe new town of Livingston in West Lothian.
He hnds out how the townbegan.howit's developing, and meet* some of the people wht live there.
Producer ANTHONY SMtTt BBC Bristot
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Spirit by p. G. woDEHOtjSf: The iast of six parts
L. G. Trotter NORMAN BtRD
Adapted by RtfHARD USBORNE
Producer DAVtD HATCH
(Ftr.ft broadcast in 1979)
12.55 Weather; programme news
L. G. Trotter
Lady Florence Craye:
withSucMacGrpgor during the week some
Talking Point discussions, Your Letters and other topics. Among these today Rcpfontatjon; amputation is no longer the irreversible condition it used to be. thanks to the techniques of microsurgery.KARENDECO reports.
Forthcowtno Attractions: f:f'RDON cow previews ii!ms on BBC television during the next fortnight. Journey toAmritsar bv JUDY KtNG abridged in five parts bV !*AT MCLOUGHUN
Read by BRENDA BRucf : (S) Editor WVN KKTHVLKS long wave only
by Olivia Manning
with Anna Massey, Jack Shepherd and Tim Woodward. Harriet and Guy Pringle are separated. Guy persuaded his wife for the sake of her health to leave Cairo and to sail back to England. But there are rumours that Harriet's boat has been torpedoed. Guy also learns that the young officer, Simon Boulderstone, has been severely wounded.
(Repeated. Sun 2.30 pm) (Tim Woodward is a National Theatre player)
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