0 Hawkins is a writer with a special interest in Thomas Hardy , a former controller of BBC West Region and the founder of the BBC
Natural History Unit In Bristol 25 years ago.
In conversation with ROY PLOMLEY. he selects the eight records he would take to a desert island.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER
A special Scottish edition of the poputar quotaUon came in which NtgetRees rnvites John Byrne.
Anne LorneGiHies. cnnord
Haniey and Jimmy Betd to share their favour e quotations and identify comeothers.
Quotations read cy MNALDFLETCHt-R
Producer ALAN '"MM
t: 55 Weather; travet: programme news
Introduced by Marjorie Lofthouse
Have tutus will travel. The Royal Ballet is on tour this week. The stage manager and wardrobe mistress are in charge
of getting 60 tons of scenery and 2,.000 costumes on the road.
Healthy candidates are invited ‘to sample the joys of self-discovery and share a few moments of sheer terror’– CELIA THOMPSON accepts Eskdale Outward Bound Course for women.
Producer DIANA STENSON
Remembering Louise (3)
by J C. Wilsher
When Alex discovers some papers in his father's office which reveal a potential political scandal he finds that he has to choose between old and new loyalties. A decision either way will radically change his life.
Wtth Clive Jacobs bringing you the stories behind the scenes in the world of travel and transport. Tom Boswen tests the Talbot Horizon. including continental travel information.
Producer STEPHEN Editor ROGER MACDONALD
LadyAntontaFraser The Rt Hon Norman StJohn-Stevas .Mp CiiveJenkins TerryWatte tackte the issues ratsed by the audience in Oossop, Derbyshire. Chairman
Producer CtRO[.E STONE BBC Brfstot
reviews the books and programmes celebrating the 25th anniversary of the BBC's Natural History Unit in Bristol; and Aunt Mar<< a new play by Pam Gems starring
Robert Stephens at the Warehouse Theatre, London.
Presenter Sheridan Morley Producer BRIAN BARFIELD
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with Bill Wallis Sheila Steafel, Chris Emmett and Jon Glover
Written by Bob Sinfield, Tony Sarchet, James Hendrie, John Langdon, Richard Quick , Alistair Beaton, Peter Hickey, John Revell, Dave Dixon, Andrea Solomons and others
Producer Jan Ravens
(Repeated; Sat 5.25 pm)
Roy Ftomtey is cast away. not to hts mythical desert is)and.but into the BBC Sound Archives where he is asked to choose the discs he woutd most tike to own in an imaginary sa)e.
Producer PETER HOARE long wave only
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