Presenters John Timpson and Brian Redhead
6.45* Praver for the Day with DAVID BRANDON
18.104.22.168 Weather forecast
7.0. 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.25., 8.25. Sport
7.30,8.30 News headlines
8.35. Yesterday In
8.57 Weather: travel
Which Way Now?
It's s decision taking time soon for 13- and 14-year-olds choosing their
O-level and CSE subjects at school. These decisions will affect their career and Job prospects, Opening or closing avenues of study. Is
"laths essential - even for an arts-based career?
"hat qualifications will You need to be an accountant, a nurse, or a mechanic? And what if you don't yet know what kind of Job you want? Tuesday Call joins the BBC Radio campaign
Which Way Nowt, offering advice and help. Joy Sadler, ILEA
Careers Information Officer, and David Cleaton , President of the National Association of Careers and Guidance Teachers Join Sue
MacGregor in the studio. Produced by the "Oman's Hour unit
Lines open from 8.0 am
Why Is there such a sharp dividing line between the heather and the bracken on the Yorkshire Moors? Penny Anderson,
Pat Morris and Chris Mead answer some of your wildlife questions.
Presented by Derek Jones Producer ANNE BLAIR GOULD BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Sat 3.5 pm) long wave only
A radio card game in which Patrick Moore Michele Dotrice and DuggieBrown are dealt with by Paul Daniels
Cards devised, shuffled and scribbled on by IAN MESSITER
Produced and cut by RICHARD EDIS
(Repeated: Thurs 6.30pm)
12.55 Weather: travel; programme news
Introduced by Sue MacGregor including
Two Great Loves: Linda McCartney talks about her family and her photography.
Sensitivity or Selfishness: JOHN NICHOLSON looks at the psychology of shyness.
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (9) long wave only
Testing for Rust by DAVID BUCKLEY
So far Vic's let life pass him by. Now along comes Shirley; his luck's changed, she's fun and he doesn't want to let her go True, she's married to Philip, but that's Philip's problem.
Directed by JOHN CARDY
A frank exchange of views between human and feline acquaintances. Compiled from some of the stories of PAUL GALLICO and adapted for radio by MARVIN KANE in conversation with Marvin Kane as the Man 11 you but could
You would pluck out my eyes
And wear them set in rings on'your fingers, Or ornaments in your ears,
My so-called friend And animal lover. Directed by JOHN THEOCIIARIS
Ned Sherrin and his studio guests look for entertainment wherever they can find it, and sometimes discover it in unexpected places.
Producer IAN CARDHOUSE Series consultant ALISTAIR BEATON
(Repeated: Wed 10.30 pm)
Looking Back to the Future
The fatal resentments which Stalin had kindled in the countries of Eastern Europe have flared into a succession of crises of which Poland is the most significant, it only the most recent.
As the appeal of ideology faded. Communist leaders wooed their publics with western-style promises of improved living standards, but for the 80s, they can only promise tightened belts.
In the last programme of the series,
Michael Charlton argues that economic malaise and political stagnation are now generating forces in Eastern Europe which in the past have led to two world wars. Do the states of Eastern Europe have the capacity to make the Soviet imperium unmanageable unless the Russians are willing to contemplate changes which they have always refused in the past? Would some new arrangement for Europe offer more stability than the present division?
Producer DAVID MORTON
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Presenter Ian MacRae Producer THENA HESIIEL Listeners can phone in queries and comments relating to the programme on [number removed], 8. 30-10. 0pm
includes a reassessment of the work of science-fiction writer
Ray Bradbury : and a review of Franz Lehar 's operetta The Count of Luxemburg which opened the first season of The New
Sadler's Wells Opera last night at Sadler's Wells Theatre. London. Presenter
Producer JOHN POWELL
Tips and techniques to save time and money if you do-it-yourself from David Nye. David llolloway and Colin Sheffield , in response to questions from DIY enthusiasts at the Sports and Social Club of Ideal Standard Bathrooms and Stelrad Group Ltd, in Hull. In the Chair Llbby Purves
Producer CATHY STEWART Editor JIM BLACK
(Rptd: Thurs 12.27 pm)
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