Introduced from Bristol by Jenni Murray
The Police and Us: an exchange of views between two Chief
Constabes: JOHN ALDERSON of Devon and Cornwall and BRIAN WEIGH of Avon and Somerset.
Dance Little Lady:
PEGGY ANN WOOD was in the chorus of West End musicals 50 years ago. Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol Catriona (7) long wave only
Daddy Good by ALLEN SADDLER
An old man returns to the great house where he spent much of his childhood - a summer home for poor children with a tendency to spill over ' into winter months. Here he recalls that life and the man who looked after the children, Frank Goodman (' Daddy Good ).
And uncovers a mystery: why did Goodman have to give it up?
RICHARD MERCHANT (boy soprano)
ARTHUR PARKMAN (piano) and THE CHILDREN OF ASHLEY DOWN JUNIOR SCHOOL, Bristol Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
' Daddy Good ':
Last of three programmes Solzhenitsyn - Writer or Prophet?
Since his exile.
Solzhenitsyn has written few novels; he seems to have assumed a new role as political prophet. Which of these roles reflects the true Solzhenitsyn?
Geoffrey Hosking examines this question through some of Solzhenitsyn's novels and autobiographical writing. Reader JULIAN GLOVER
Producer DENNIS SIMMONS
The Rl lion
Barbara Castle, MEP Arthur Marshall
The Rt Hon Norman St JohnStevas , mp
David Penhaligon , mp tackle the issues raised by the audience at Plymouth, Devon.
Chairman David Jacobs Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news, with Bill Wallis Sheila Steafel David Tate and David Jason Written by JOHN LANGDON , RICHARD QUICK, JEREMY BROWNE
BOB SINFIELD , TONY SARCHET PETER HICKEY , JAMES HENDRIE and others
Producer GEOFFREY PERKINS (Repeated: Sat 5.25 pm)
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