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The baritone Thomas Allen , who began his operatic career with the Welsh National Opera, has built up an International reputation. In conversation with Roy PLOMLEY , he talks about his career and chooses his eight records.
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Introduced from Birmingham by Maureen Staffer Small Islands - Big Game:
MARGARET HORSFIELD VleWS hippos, buffalo and elephants from two small Islands on Lake Karlba. Facing the World: iris LINN explains how the Red Cross Cosmetic Camouflage service can change people's lives. Producer ANN TENNANT BBC Birmingham The Stepsisters (7) long wave only
The Future Is Not What It Used to Be a comedy by COLIN IIAYDN EVANS
Nat Lucksteln, the only Jewish clairvoyant In Cricklewood, plans to develop a centre for spiritual studies In disused diary Mr Bodeece however, intends to use a discothe dairy complex - and when young Sammy Lucksteln marries his daughter
Poco he will appoint his manager Sammy But Sarah, a Jewish mother In the finest tradition, has other plans for her son ... Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
The CIA taught
Michael Burke to be a spy, but he taught himself to manage everything else American - from circuses and baseball to CBS.
Recently retired to
Ireland, he talks to Derek Robinson about his wartime experiences in France and Italy, and his subsequent rainbow of careers.
Producer Richard ELLIS
includes reviews of The
Draughtsman's Contract, a dramatic intrigue set in the late 17th century. directed by Peter Greenaway and starring Janet Suzman as a neglected aristocratic wife.TheaimIsbeing shown as part of the 26th London Film Festival. Presenter
Producer JOHN POWELL
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with David Jason David Tate and Bill Wallis
Written by JAMES HENDRIE JOHN REVELL , ANDREA SOLOMONS, IAN BROWN roy apps and others Producer JAN RAVENS
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