The Scottish novelist
Dorothy Dunnett is best known for her two series of novels - the first, set in the 16th century. about Francis Crawford of Lymond, and the second about the detective
Johnson Johnson and his yacht, The Dolly. She is also a professional portrait painter. In conversation with ROY PLOMLF. Y she chooses her eight records. Producer dehek dhescher long wave only
Professor Alan Gcmmell visits Inverewe, that exciting garden on Scotland's extreme west coast. It was founded in 1862 on this remote and stormy corner of Scotland by Osgood MacKenzie and is now administered by the National Trust for Scotland. Producer
Ml HOOCH M. MCPHERSON
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Current and controversial issues are put on trial before Chairman
Geoffrev Robertson and an audience of jurors.
Two advocates will each call supporting witnesses. The jury will vote at the beginning and end of the trial to measure any swing of opinion.
Producer ma<;gie redfern long wave only
Introduced from Glasgow by Mary Marquis
Special Guest: SIR Ulli MONCREIFFE OF THAT ILK
- genealogist and former Chairman of Di-bretl.
Steel Wool: sheep with a difference. MARGARET COLLINS investigates.
Put Heart info Marriage: one in three marriages in Scotland ends in divorce. Christine KINNEAR looks at the history of marriage and its future. Producer Rosalind BEW BBC Scotland
Capricorn and Cancer by c.eoffrey household abridged in four parts by JACK SINGLETON
1: Six Legs are Welcome Read by Peter Tuddcnham long wave only
Can You Hear Me" by TRISHA FINE with Jenny is 30 and married with two young children, when she discovers she has multiple sclerosis. How will she and her family face the prospect of her disablement and re-adjust to a quite different life' and the children of DRUNTSt'llLD PRIMARY SCHOOL. Edinburgh Directed by MARILYN IRELAND imaurec Beatiie was joint winner n) the 1981 Pile Best Actress Award for her performance in this play) (First broadcast on Radio Scolland)
A six-part series on dialects and accents in England today.
4: Who You Are and What You Say
Brian Redhead discovers. wIth the help of BBC Local Radio archives, that the way you speak Is influenced not just by your home area but also by the job you do and whether you are a man or a woman.
Consultant MALCOLM petvt Producers
CHRISTOPHER STONE and ARTHUR WOOD
Written by MARY cutler iRepeated: Mon 1.40 pm) Cast for the week:
celebrates the centenary of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, founded on 1 May 1882; and previews Nye. a new play by Paul Ferris on BBC1 next
Sunday evening, set in 1957. starring
John Hartley as Aneurin Bevan. Presenter Sheridan Morley Producer BRUN barpield
with Bill Wallis
David Tate. Sheila Stcafel and Chris Emmetl
Written by hob sinfield ,
TONY SAHCHET. JAMESHENDÐJE JDHNI.ANGDnw, RICHARDqUICK PETER lUCKEY, JOHN REVELL DAVE DIXON. ANDREA soi.omons and others Producer
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