Make the Most of Your Money
If you're not sure whether your savings would be best off in the bank, building society
Post Office or under the mattress or how to leave your property to your heirs rather than the Chancellor of the Exchequer, why not ring certified accountant Mavis Mouilln and John Davis Investment Editor of The Observer, who will be with Sue MacGregor in the studio to tackle your questions.
Produced by the Woman's Hour unit
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What does the young cuckoo eat once it has left its adopted nest? Does it revert to its normal diet? '
Michael Clegg and Stephen Sutton regale themselves with your offerings.
Presenter Derek Jones Producer BRIAN LEITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 3.5 pm) long wave only
Stories of crime and detection by Robert Barr
Two on the Run
Producer MARTIN FISHER
(Repeated: Wed 10.30 pm)
12.5S Weather; travel; programme news
Det Sgt Brook:
Det Con Maxton:
Chief Insp Roach:
Det Con Harrison:
Det Sgt Kelly:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor , including
Your Good Health: yaba BADGE continues to investigate the recognition, treatment and prevention of alcoholism.
Set a Bug to Catch a Bug: PETER 8LACKBURNE-MAZE tells JANE FINNIS how gardeners are combating one pest with another.
Get Ready for Battle (14) long wave only
British-made violins are no longer a curiosity, but admired and played by many musicians. Some of the growing number of makers in this country consider their craft.
I don't believe there are any secrets in violin. making, but it's an amazing thing that two instruments, made exactly in the same dimensions, by the same person, with wood from the same tree, can sound entirely different.'
(PATRICIA NAISMITH , violin maker and teacher)
Producer GILLIAN HUSH
Chairman Robert Robinson 5: SOUTH OF ENGLAND Christopher Turner (dental surgeon) Hilary Wilson
(part-time tutor) Dr John Pusey
(civil service scientist) Ian Luder
Including Beat the Brains Devised by JOHN P. WYNN Questions set by IAN GILLIES
Producer RICHARD EDIS
(Repeated: Thurs 12.27pm)
In the 25th year of the BBC's Natural History Unit - a series in 26 parts
David Attenborough 8: Song Dialects
Chaffinches in the Orkneys sing a slightly different song from those in Sussex - they have different dialects. How do these dialects develop and what function do they serve? Peter Slater of Sussex
University, Peter Marler of Rockefeller University, New York, and Robert Payne of the University of Michigan consider local variations in bird song. Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
2: Facing the inevitable In November 1978. the forces opposed to the Shah of Iran were unstoppable. Even martial law had failed to stem the revolutionary tide. In Washington, the Shah's powerful
American backers were
In total confusion, unable to agree on how best to save the regime. Inevitably power was handed over to a civilian government and the Shah himself was forced into exile, a broken man.
In the second of two programmes,David wheeler recalls the traumatic last moments of the Shah's rule with those who helped shape events at the time. Producer TOM READ
(Repeated: Fri 11.5 am)
Walter Thornton explains why he thinks it would be valuable to build up a national resource centre, showing models of famous buildings, town plans and other geographical features.
Presenter Peter White
Producer Thena Heshel
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