Petula Clark , the singer and actress, discusses with ROY PLOMLEY the eight records she would take to a desert island.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER
(Petula Clark stn The
,tpono,V'ctor.a, London) long wave only
from Northern Ireland with Helen Madden
Literary Commentator: seamus mckee talks to the poet and singer/songwriter JAMES SIMMONS about how he has reflected the situation in Northern Ireland in his work. Architectural
Schizophrenia: CHARLES BRETT talks about the dilemma of being a conservationist as well as chairman of the largest housing body in the British Isles. Aristocrat, Farmer and Social Reformer: BELEN MADDEN talks tO LORD di'nleatr about his varied interests and his work in the House of Lords.
Producer MARTIN DILLON BBC Northern Ireland The Third Man (4) long wave only
Life-Trap bv BETTY PAUL with Susan Sheridan Christopher Birch and Theresa Streatfeild When David and his wife exchange roles, he feels the need for some kind of emotional compensation. His meeting with a girl called Kelly is accidental, but neither of them realises that their future
Is beyond their control - ' It ' will see to that!
Directed by MARGARET STALL
A four-part series 2: After the Crime
If you become the victim of a crime, how will you feel? Will there be anybody there to help you? Margaret Percy has been talking to people who have experienced burglary, violent assault, or rape; she also heard from those who support them through the emotional aftermath. Producer
with Bill Wallis David Tate and Chris Emmett
Written by BOB SINFIELD TONY SARCHET ,
JAMES HENDRIE , JOHN LANGDON RICHARD QUICK, PETER HICKEY and others
Producer GEOFFREY PERKINS
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