Growing Up by EDWARD GAITENS
Read by Fraser Kerr
" God be praised! " the boy's father exclaimed. " That means a start for me tomorrow! He wouldn't tell me to come if he hadn't a job for me! An' you'll get a job, too, son, wi' 15 shillin's a week." '
Producer MITCH RAPER
Another chance to hear headthumping humour in the company of Willie Rushton and guests
Gordon Clyde Sally Grace
David Timson and Jan Waters
Everything you always wanted to know about the office party, but were afraid to remember. Written by GUY JENKIN BARRY BOWES , KEN ELLIS BARRY PILTON and others Producer ALAN NIXON
12.55 Weather; programme news
Introduced by Sue MacGregor including during the week some Talking Point discussions. Your Letters and other topics.
Among these today Package Holiday
Prostitution: sex tours to Thailand and The Philippines earn vital foreign currency for these developing countries, but at what cost to the women
Involved? GUDRUN DALIBOR investigates.
Help; Help!: BOB PRIZEMAN reports on ways the elderly can raise the alarm.
Winter Garden (5)
Editor WYN KNOWLES
The Woman's Hour Book, £6.50, from booksellers
Tell Sally by MAGDA SZABO translated by URSULA MCLEAN abridged in nine parts and read by Mia Nadasi (1)
The story of a young
Hungarian girl, whose determination to find the only known witness to her father's dying words involves her in a complicated network of divided loyalties and impossible promises.
Producer CLARE TAYLOR
In and Out the Union Jacks by GINNIE HOLE with Are you a liberal, understanding parent?
Ray is deeply committed to the idea of individual freedom. His wife, Anna, is an Anti-Nazi League activist. Their lives and values are turned upside down when Mel, their young daughter, falls in love with a member of the National Front.
Jake MICHAEL HARBOUR Paul. CHRISTOPHER FAIRBANK Director RICHARD WORTLEY
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