Martin Gilbert , the official biographer of Sir Winston Churchill who was closely involved in the preparation of the television series The discusses with ROV PLOMLEY the eight records he would take to a desert island.
Producer berek drescher
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from Birmingham with Maureen Staffer Coping with Pain:
JOCELYN RYDER-SMITH Visits the Bromsgrove Pain
Relief Clinic and talks to staff and patients about the treatment that is offered there.
Not to be Sneezed at: a newcomer's guide to the world of snuff.
Producer PETER WINDOWS BBC Birmingham Catriona 421 long wave only
Leave Me Alone by JOHN CHALLEN with Sean Barrett as Tony Frances Jeater as Ann and Liza Hayden as Wendy Wendy is so unhappy at school that Ann and Tony decide to teach her at home. Things go well at first but the neighbourhood turns against the family and then the authorities intervene. Who knows what is best for Wendy?
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER
Three programmes on outstanding works by Russian writers of this century.
2: Yevgeny Yevtushenko As one of the first poets of the post-Stalin period to achieve international recognition, Yevtushenko helped to open the way for a revival of poetic activity in the Soviet Union. He has recently completed his first novel. Robin Milncr-Gulland assesses Yevtushenko's contribution to modern Russian literature, and introduces extracts from his works.
Reader MICHAEL SPICE
Producer DENNIS SIMMONS
Clive Jacobs brings you stories behind the scenes in the world of travel and transport.
Withtheforthcoming legislation regarding learner motorcycle riders, Tom Boswell tests the Honda CG 125. Producer GEOFF DOBSON Editor ROGER MACDONALD
Ann Mallalieu George Scott
Russell Braddon and Sam Toy tackle the issues raised by the audience at
Swadlincote, Derbyshire Chairman David Jacobs Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 1.10 pm)
with Bill Wallis
Sheila Steafel , David Tate and David Jason
Written by GUY JENKIN JOHN LANGDON , RICHARD QUICK, JEREMY BROWNE
BOB SINFIELD , TONY SARCHET PETER HICKEY and others Producer
(Repeated: Sat 5.25 pm)
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