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7.45* Thought for the Day Editor JULIAN HOLLAND
Presenter Louise Bolting The programme that keeps you in touch with what's happening in the field of personal savings and the financial problems of everyday life. A Financial World Tonight production
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Johnnie Poothers by CHARLES ODGER
Read by Richard Hum dall When Johnnie Pootheis , the cat, disappeared, nothing seemed to go right for Mr and Mrs Prosser. Perhaps this is a tale with a moral - but if so it is one which they would not appreciate! Producer MITCH RAPER long wave only
from St Andrew 's and St George's Church. Edinburgh
NEM p 62; Behold the amazing gift of love (CH3 396); Metrical Psalm 103, vv 13-18 (Kilmarnock); John 10, vv 1-10 (AV);
Break forth 0 living light of God (cH3 133) BBC Scotland
Advice for consumers including today
Buying a Home: When we buy a home we are usually advised to seek and follow professional guidance. But how well do these experts serve us? John Howard tells the story of a couple whose house purchase has lost them thousands of pounds and whom nobody seems able to help.
Presenter Bill Breckon
with Emma Thompson
During this programme, which was recorded in a traffic jam on the A38 as the cast were trying to reach Plymouth, Richard worked out that if you rearrange the letters of St Valentine's Day, you can get ten in a lady's vest. Special guest Peter Skellern
Written by (GUESS WHO) Producer MIKE CRAIG
12.55 Weather; travel; programme news
with Sue MacGregor Fast Family Fare (6):
Freezer Tips: MARY BERRY with the last in her series on how to prepare real and wholesome food quickly and efficiently.
Unemployment: LINDSAY MACKIE investigates the mystery of matching the growing dole queues to the columns of vacancies in newspapers in some parts of the country. School for Love byOLIVIAMANNING abridged in 14 parts by JANET HICKSON
Read by SHEILA MITCHELL (3) long wave only
Cheetahs and Pumas Have you ever seen cheetahs dancing?
International zoo vet
David Taylor has and he has also seen a puma with a piece of wool sticking out of both its front and its back end'
Producer ANNE BLAIR GOULD BBC Bristol
Easy Money by ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY translated and adapted for radio by PETER TEGEL
Vassilkov arrives in Moscow, an industrious man who believes in ' hard work, honesty and living within one's means'. He falls in love with Lydia, the reigning beauty of an aristocratic circle carelessly living on credit that is rapidly running out.
When Lydia's economic plight forces her to marry Vassilkov, she believes no will supply her with all the money she could wish for, but she has much to learn about - and from - her ' husband of convenience
Moscow: The 1860s MARY NASH (piano)
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN (Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm)
includes reviews of Boris Pasternak His Life and Art by Guy de Mallac , the first full-scale biography of the Russian poet and Nobel Prize-winning author of the epic novel Doctor Zhivago; and The Executioner's Song, a new film adapted by Norman Mailer from his own book about the death-wish criminal Gary Gilmore.
Presenter Michael Oliver Producer
Editor ROSEMARY HART
Work Suspended byEVELYNWAUGH abridged in five parts by BARRY CAMPBELL
Read by Hugh Burden (1) When war broke out in 1939, John Plant's latest detective story remained unfinished, neglected, as did his love affair with Lucy; but Atwater prospered.
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol long wave only
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