Julia McKenzie , the actress and singer, has had many West End successes including Side By Side By
Sondheim, cowardy Cowardy Custard,
Company and now Guys and Dolls at the National Theatre. In conversation with ROY PLOMLEY. she chooses her eight records.
Producer DEREK drescher
(Julio McKenzie is a National Theatre player)
Current and controversial issues are put on trial before Chairman
Geoffrey Robertson and an audience of jurors in Broadcasting House. London.
Shops Should be Free to
Open When They Wish Proposer
BarSne ess Trumplngton Opposer
Lord Allen of Fallowfield
Two advocates will each call supporting witnesses to be questioned and cross-questioned. The jury will vote at the beginning and end of the trial so that any swing of opinion may b* measured and a verdict Producers SHARON U-. and MAGGIE REWERN
Woadcost on Easter Day at 6.15 pm)
The yellowhammer is a startlingly bright yellow bird which sits on a bush calling' a-litUe-bit-ofbreadand-no-cheese . Jim Flegg turns to this open country bunting and its mysterious cousin - the corn bunting.
Birmingham by Maureen Staffer Kile Delight Free as the breeze; climbing and diving; bobbing brightly in the sky on the end of a string ... it's all cause for celebration because the kite flying season is here again.
Burgled.': david lloyd joins the police as they investigate a burglary, to see how a crime prevention scheme is working in Birmingham. Producer
MARGARET HORSFIELD BBC Birmingham The Intruder (3)
The Woman's Hour Book,
16.50, from booksellers
To the Pier and Back Again by PETER LING with and The arrival of Lewis in the little seaside home of spinster sisters Kate and Celia soon creates what seems like an insoluble problem. But the solution when it comes seems ridiculously easy ... but hardly conventional and definitely not British!
Directed by david Johnston
A six-part series on dialects and accents in England today.
2: A Manner of Speakinof What makes one dialect different from another? Brian Redhead explores some of the finer points with the help of BBC
Local Radio archives and other recordings made around the country.
Consultant MALCOLM PETYT Producers
CHRISTOPHER STONE and ARTIIUR wood
Lord Sleff of Brimpten
Professor Bernard Williams and Frederic Raphael tackle the issues raised by the audience at Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.
Chairman David Jacobs Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 1.10 pm)
includes a review of The Nerd, a new play by Larry Shue starring Derek Griffiths at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester; and a preview of the Orson Welles film season on BBC2. which includes Citizen Kane, The
Magnificent Ambersons and Chimes at Midnight. Presenter
Michael Billlngton Producer
CLARE SELERtE GREY
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with Bill Wallis David Tate
Sheila Steafel and Jon Glover
Written by BOB sinfield ,
TONY SARCHET, JOHN LANGDON, JAMES LANDRU, PETER HICKEY, JOHN REVELL , DAVE DIXON , ANDREA SOLOMONS and others
(Repealed, i'ul 5.25 pm)
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