Presenters Brian Redhead and Peter Hobday
6 45* Prayer for the Day
THE VEN ANTHONY BALMFORTH Archdeacon of Bristol
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
8.35* Yesterday In Parliament
8.57 Weather: travel
with Chris Mohr including
Guest of the Week: the singer and entertainer Eartha Kitt
Journey to the Cross (5): in the Holy Land, BERNARD JACKSON walks the Via Dolorosa.
New York Report: HELENE BANFF
For Freedom to be Equal (5). long wave only
Don't Worry About
Matilda by SHELAGH DELANEY with Gabrielle Lloyd as Matilda and Sam Kelly as Alex Brothers and sisters don t always get on, and between Alex and Matilda there's a certain amount of jealousy and rivalry. j She has a glamorous life t as an actress in London, while he stayed put in 1 Manchester: he's married with two kids while she's still Single. They both need each other, however, but are frightened tc show how much.
Directed by JANE MORGAN
The first of six programmes about work with Martin Booth With fingers weary and worn
With eyelids heavy and red,
A Woman sat, in unwomanly rags.
Plying her needle and thread (THOMAS HOOD)
Readers RONALD PICKUP and ROSALIND SHANKS Producer
SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
CHERYL ARMITAGE brings the old nursery chant, ' Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor ' ... up to date. 2: Tailor
Lloyd Miller journeyed from the Caribbean to follow his trade in the East End of London.
Producer SUSAN SNAILUM
8. New Worlds /or Old
At present, the principal agents of world development are government, international organisations like the UN and the World Bank. and the large multinational corporations. How effective are they? What impact is new technology likely to have? And what alternative routes to development are there? Written and presented by Emanuel de Kadt and Daniel Snowman
Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
Twelve programmes 9: families in Faith
- Control or Freedom? Arranged marriages, contraception, the upbringing of children - the whole of family life is influenced by religion. Of all religious practices. it is these that set the communities apart.
John Bowker listens as a young Hindu couple describe how their marriage was arranged - and how it worked out in practice.
Producer DAVID CRAIG BBC Manchester
The pharmaceutical industry is in many respects just what Britain needs: science-based, innovative and notably successful both in saving lives and satisfying shareholders. Yet its profits, sales techniques and research priorities are under constant attack.
Geoff Watts explores this apparent contradiction and considers why it is so difficult to reconcile the drug companies and their critics.
Producer ALISON RICHARDS
includes reviews of An Orderly Man, the third part of Dirk Bogarde 's autobiography; and Metamorphoses by Richard Blackford. based on tales by Ovid. commissioned by the Royal College of Music for its centenary opera.
Presenter Natalie Wheen Producer
Anthony Holden returns with the show that brings you the people and the stories behind the news - entertaining insights from the worlds of showbiz, the arts, books, the media, music, politics....
Producers JULIAN hale and ROSEMARY ATKINS
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