A Question of Money Following Radio 4 on tour last week, the Money Box team visits the West Country to answer questions on personal finance put by listeners at The Guildhall. Plymouth.
The panel Louise Botting Philip Hardman
Christopher Gilchrist and Vincent Duggleby
A Financial World Tonight production long wave only
Ken Handley 's got a problem. A BIG problem. Ken Handley 's In advertising.
Martin Jarvis is Ken Handley
Script and commercial concepts byGUY JENKIN Commercials by JON CANTER
Producer GEOFFREY PERKINS (Repeated: Tues 10.30 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
‘ What Have I Had, What Have I Done? ':
ANN TENNANT looks at the work of an association founded to give help and support to parents of children with cleft lips and palates.
Curtain Up....: on the world of arts and entertainment with TONY BARNFIELD.
Catriona by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON abridged in 14 parts by ELIZABETH BRADBURY
Read by JOHN SAMSON (3) Editor WYN KNOWLES long wave only
Marital Rites by MARGARET FORSTER abridged in ten parts by MONICA GREY Read by Prunella Scales (1)
The Osgood's marriage is the envy of all their friends. But when Robert Osgood falls in love with a young girl its dissolution seems inevitable.
Producer CLARE TAYLOR (Prunella Scales is appearing in ' Quatermaine’s Terms’ at the Queen's Theatre, London)
Winner of the Pye Best Original Radio Play Award 1980-81
Variation on the Snow Queen by VALERIE WINDSOR with Brigil Forsyth as Katherine Anson
Many people find living a painful experience but Katherine Anson finds the experience unbearable. Valerie Windsor's sensitive play penetrates into the mind of this woman who longs for some order In a world of chaos.
Recorded on location at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
Technical presentation DAVID FLEMING-WILLIAMS MARK SEYLER and MAGGIE RICHMOND
Directed by KAY PATRICK
BBC Manchester (The full binaural effect of this programme can be achieved by listening with stereo headphones) An excellent, haunting piece of radio drama
Staff Nurse Dawkins:
Pat (in therapy):
Katherine s mother:
Mr Clarke/Dr Knightly:
The dressing room is shared by a hockey team and the stage has only one entrance, but the show must go on - amateur acting is one of Britain's most popular pastimes.
Chris Kelly reports from the premises of French's Theatrical Bookshop where would-be stars browse through
Ayckbourn and Pinter,
Shaffer and Shakespeare. to find their big part. and where Lord Arthur
Savile's Crime is listed next to Goodnight
Mrs Puffin as needing M5 and F5 performers. Then he follows the dedicated amateurs to rehearsal, rooms to record their ambitions, frustrations and thrilling moments. Producer ANNE WINDER
includes reviews of The Power of Steam, a new book by Asa Briggs which traces the development of steam power; and King’s Royal, the ten-part drama series on Sunday BBC1, which follows the life and fortunes of a Scottish Victorian family.
Presenter Richard Mayne Producer
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