Presenters John Timpson and Peter Hobday
6.45. Prayer for the Dall IFR DESMOND WILSON
6.55. 7.55 Weather forecast
7.9, 8.0 Today's News
Read by LAURIE MACMILLAN
7.25', 8.25- Sport
7.30, 8.30 News headlines 1Ai' Thought for the Day S.35, Yesterday In Parliament
8.57 Weather; travel
Your chance to discuss yesterday's Budget proposals with the Money Box team of Louise Rotting
Vincent Duggleby Michael Robinson and Philip Hardman
How will the tax changes affect your take-home pay? What should you do about your savings and investments? What action is needed before the end of the tax year on 5 April? A Financial World Tonight production
Lines open from 8.0 am
with Chris Mohr
Guest of the Week. the broadcaster and Director of the London
Planetarium, John Ebdon. Journey to the Cross (4): in the Holy Land, BERNARD JACKSON visits the site of the court where Jesus was condemned to death. Dangerous Davies: The Last Detective by LESLIE THOMAS abridged in 11 parts by PAT MCLOUGHLIN Read by BRUCE LIDINGTON (11)
(Music: Hazell's Three Cats) long wave only
Reappraisal by KATHLEEN POTTER
Malcolm Stanger was 35 and his hobby was climbing. It killed htm. At his funeral, his friends and relatives have the same thought at the back of their minds. Did he throw his life away?
Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC Manchester
Last in the present series with Bob Symes
A cheerful cheat would never confess that the impressive spiced tomato sauceheladlesover stuffed cabbage leaves started life as an ordinary can of soup Producer KATE FENTON Details of recipes can be obtained by sending a large sae to: [address removed]
7: LetThisBeaLesson.... For whatever the reason, education and the needs of the real world often remain stubbornly separate. How can these problems be solved?
And what can the schools of the ' North ' and the ' South ' learn from each other?
Written and presented by Emanuel de Kadt and Daniel Snowman
Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
A musical quiz devised by EDWARD J. MASON and TONY SHRYANE
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge
Ian WallaceandDenisNorden In the Chair Steve Race Questions compiled by STEVE RACE
Producer PETER ATKIN
(Repeated: Fri 12.27 pm)
Twelve programmes 8: Why Blame God? - The Question of Suffering
Why is there so much suffering in the world? Why are children born deformed? Why do the innocent suffer? Does it have any purpose? Doubts, disasters and unbelievable cruelty are all part of human experience. So why do people go on believing in the face of such suffering?
John Bowker looks at the ways religious traditions have accepted suffering without compromise and used it to affirm the ultimate victory of life. Producer DAVID CRAIG BBC Manchester
Who are they? Men who live in the shadows: bureaucrats, lobbyists, politicians who believe the way to help the unemployed is to protect them from cheap imports. Mary Goldring has been talking to some of them and questioning whether, far from curing unemployment, they are actually pushing us into a deeper recession.
Producer DAVID MORTON
(Repeated: Thurs 11.3 am)
'includes reviews of the 25th W. H. Smith Literary Award for the most outstanding contribution to literature in the past year; and Lorenzaccio at the Olivier Theatre,
London, a new adaptation and translation by John Fowles of Alfred de Musset's play.
Presenter Paul Allen Producer John POWELL
Revue, variety, musical comedy, wartime concerts, cabaret. One of the great pantomime dames, a leading man for C. B. Cochran and Andr6 Chariot. Douglas Byng , who was born on 17 March 1893, talks to GLYN DEARMAN about a career spanning 69 years and introduces some of his famous songs.
Pianist RICHARD HOLMES
Researcher GORDON DICKERSON
Producer GLYN DEARMAN
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