Live from Glasgow, Peter Purves and Gyn Freeman report on grouse-beating, neep-eating, sword-dancing, surf-boarding, stag-stalking, dram-drinking, hammer-throwing, haggis-growing, caber-tossing, Loch Ness monster-spotting Britain.
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from St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh nem, p 102; Christ whose Elorv fills the skies (BBC hb 137); Psalm 121; I
Samuel 1, vv 19-28 (rsv): O thou who earnest from above (BBC iib 362) BBC Scotland long wave only
4: Roger McGough doffs his conductor's cap and becomes poet again when the Radio 4 touring special goes to the Tiiird Eye
Centre. lie is aided and abetted by Liz Lochcad and David Anderson.
Producer JANE Marshall
Sir Cyril Burt was one of the pioneers of British psychology, at both the theoretical and practical level. More than anyone else, he was responsible for the introduction of IQ tests in the 11-plus exam. When these came under critical fire in the 1950s. Burt forged statistical data to prove that 'intelligence' was hereditary and therefore assessable in young children Burt's work was very widely quoted, but it took until the 1970s before his fraud was exposed, and then by people outside the IQ fraternity; a behavioural psychologist and a journalist.
Richard Morris of St Andrews University talks to some of Burt's pupils, including Hans Eysenck to try to understand his personality, his motives and most important of all why it took so long to unmask him.
Producer Martin GOLDMAN BBC
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with Sue MacGregor
■Signposts: LORNA BOURKE examines ways of getting money overseas.
You Cun Get it in Brighton: 57 types of hammer, shops selling only cork. musical boxes, antiquebarometers. JENI SHARPSTONE explores boxes, antique barometers. The Intruder by GILLIAN TINDALL abridged in 12 parts by ELIZABETH BRADBURY
Read by AMANDA MURRAY ( 12) long wave only
That Girl In 27 by GRAHAM BLACKETT , with and The neighbours are all a little disturbed by the arrival of a new couple to live in No 27 - a house with a recent, all-too-tragic past ...
Directed by brian miller BBC Bristol
In this special edition, Chris Serle takes to the streets of Glasgow
Hillhead to discover how housing and the legal system surrounding it differ from south of the Border.
Producer STEPHEN PHELPS Editor ROGER MACDONALD
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