Half-an-hour drowning in a wine lake of laughter with Willie Rushton Christopher Barr Douglas Blackwell Sally Grace and Jo Manning Wilson
Everything you always wanted to know about the EEC but were afraid to fill in on the forms.
Written by GUY JENKIN , BARRY PILTON, ANDY HAMILTON , BARRY BOWES and others
Producer ALAN NIXON
(Repeated: Tues 10.30 pm)
(How to Survive the School Holidays on Holiday Monday at 12.27 pm)
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 My Mind Said I Could
Do It: MAUREEN TOWNER IS severely paralysed by polio. She tells BARBARA MYERS how she's cared for her own baby.
Forthcoming Attractions: GORDON cow previews films on BBC television during the next fortnight. Cost Price
The second of four stories by FRANCIS CLIFFORD , abridged by MADGE HART
Read by GARARD GREEN Editor WYN KNOWLES
with Alan Randall
What do you do when you get a present from the Wise Men?
Scream, it's myrrh!' Richard s Yuletide message is: ' Drink
" Crammit's Sherry " for a " blank blank " ' (5, 9) Well, you work them out! Written by RICHARD STILGOK Musical director BRIAN FITZGERALD
Producer MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
Knuckle by DAVID HARE adapted for radio from his much acclaimed 1974 stage play by WALTER HALL
CURLY: Do you think she's dead?
PATRICK: I do rather. Remember the 60s?
Mini-skirts and multistorey blocks, pop music and property developers? Where did it all go? And where did Sarah go?
PATRICK: And murdered as well, I expect.
MIKE STEER (electric organ) JOHN RICHARDS (double-bass) BERNARD SHAW (percussion) Musical director MIKE STEER
Directed by DICKON REED A BBC World Service drama production
How many of the books. plays, films. radio and television programmes can vou recall over the past year?
Sheridan Morley tests the memories and wits of Paul Vaughan , Michael Oliver , Sue MacGregor , Gillian Reynolds.
Paul Bailey and Rob Buckman. Devised and produced by RICHARD DUNN and ROSEMARY HART
(Repeated: Sun 11.15 ami Answers :
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