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Producer MITCH RARER
with Sue MacGregor
Guest of the Week: Film and theatre director, Lindsay Anderson
Anyone For...Bicycle polo: Jenny Cuffe reports on a free-wheeling game of polo that's not played by the rich and the royal.
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by Victor Canning
with Ysanne Churchman as Belle, John Pullen as Harry and Margot Boyd as Miss Crampton
Does the man who found a wounded fox have remarkable simitarities to the character of the animal he rescued?
Det Sgt Hicks:
From the depths of the reptile house at London Zoo, Education Officer Michael Boorer recalls what happened when
two snakes started to eat opposite ends of a dead pigeon-and met half way!
Producer ANNE BLAIR GOULD
A weekly investigation into the problems of listeners which can include the victims of unfair dealings, sharp practice,
injustice and even fraud.
Presenter Roger Cook
Producer JOHN EDWARDS
(Repeated Thurs 9.5 am)
The Hrst of three documentaries in which DrChristopherAndrew tooks at the history of British tnteDigence since the Second Wor)d War. In this programme he describes how the Secret Service helped to win the warandtosetupthe CtA.and how it was meanwhile undermined by the Cambridge motes. Producer PETER EVEttETT BBC Manchester
Reflecting on Alice.
On 4 July 1862 Charles Dodgson of Christ Church, Oxford, took the three young daughters of Dean Liddell for an afternoon's rowing on the Thames.
The story he made up to amuse them was later published as Aliceâ€™s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. While children accept the tale as a fairy story, adult interpretations of Lewis Carroll's 'meaning' range from the psychoanalytic to the psychedelic.
On the 150th anniversary of the author's birth, Paul Allen explores some contemporary views of an infinitely various dream-child, Alice, with contributions from RALPH STEADMAN, FRANCIS HUXLEY, COLIN FORD, ANNE CLARK and MORTON COHEN Producer JANE STENNiNG Editor ROSEMARY HART
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