Presenters John Timpson and Peter Hobday
6.45* Prayer for the Day with ERIC DOYLE
6.55. 7.55 Weather forecast
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.25', 8.25* Sport
7.30. 8.30 News headlines
7.45* Thought for the Day
Brian Johnston visits
Haslemcre in Surrey. Set in hilly, wooded countryside, the town has a fine Educational
Museum and is the home of the Dolmetsch family, makers of early musical instruments.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
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by Dorothy L. Sayers adapted in six episodes by Alistair Beaton starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter, Sarah Badel as Lady Peter Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter with special guest Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk
12.55 Weather: travel: programme news
The Rev Goodacre:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Singing the Blues:
FRANCES DONNELLY meets Ottilie Patterson.
Fast Family Fare (5): Snacks: MARY BERRY with six demonstrations on how to prepare real and wholesome food quickly and efficiently. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (18) long wave only
Can you imagine getting your arm stuck Inside a fTegnant zebra? nternationalzoovet
David Taylor remembers just such an occasion - as well as the ' Miraculous case of the Magical Dragon's tooth
Producer ANNE blair gocld BBC Bristol
The antidote to panel games
A record edition Vocals:
GraemeGarden Tim Brooke-Taylor and Willie Rushton On lead guitar:
Humphrey Lyttclton On keyboards: MATTHEW SCOTT On Valium:
An occasional series Do not believe when lovely lips report
That I lost anchor in rough seas of jest
Ludovlc Kennedy talks to Lady Diana Cooper for whom hilaire BELLOC wrote six sonnets.
Producer BRIAN patten BBC Bristol
celebrates the 80th birthday of the Chileanborn pianist
Claudio Arrau ; and reviews Ruth Rendell 's novel The
Speaker of Mandarin, a new thriller featuring
Chief Inspector Wexford on loan to the Chinese government.
Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer PHILIP JORDAN
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