Presenters John Timpson and Peter Hobday
6.45* Prayer for the Day With FR ERIC DOYLE
6 55,7.55 Weather forecast
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7.25", 8.25' Sport
7 30 8 30 News headlines iAS' Thought ior the Day Editor JULIAN HOLLAND
Presented by Louise Botting
The programme tn".. h keeps you in touch with what's happening in the Held of personal savings, tax, mortgages, .,„.■.„ insurance, social security and the financial problems of everyday life.
A Financial World Tonight production
Each day this week, Robert Foxcroft visits a place of Christian significance in the Holy Land. Through some of the timeless sites, he considers the contemporary message. Today he visits The Mount of Olives.
Producer JOHN FORREST
from the National
Consumer Congress at shemeld University
S^uTg'&ering the leaders of the Sns^^m^Ulnthav been discussing the future of the raUway system. what can be one to make products safer; how consumers can have a greater role in education fn the state system; and how we can all have more say in the way
Nationalised industries ar6 run.
Jenni Mills discusses these and the other issues with the delegates.
Editor LESLIE ROBINSON
Another rhetorical extravaganza in which Kenneth Williams Derek Nimmo Peter Jones and Liza Goddard submit themselves to the unhesitating, undeviating and unrepetitious discipline of Nicholas Parsons (or not). Devised by ian messiter Producer pete ATKIN
(Repeated.- Tues 10.30 pm)
12.55 Weather: travel; programme news
Introduced by Sue
MacGregor Hazel Paints a Picture (2):
JOHN FITZMAURICE mills takes HAZEL AMOR for a master class. The Consul's File by PAUL THEROUX abridged by JANET quigley Read lay William Roberts 1- Pretend I'm Not Here Spencer Savage is the resident American Consul in a small town in Malaysia ...
(Music: Addison s
Concerto for trumpet. strings and percussion) Editor wyn knowles * HELP! page 81
The antidote to panel games
Tim Brooke-Taylor and Willie Rushton compete with Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden for a place in the quarterfinal In the Chair
Humphrey Lyttelton At the piano Colin Sell
On the floor
Written by MARGRET PHELAN
(Repeated.- Tucs 1.40 pm) Cast for the week:
Tony Archer colin skipp
Her Name Was Milena by sam JACOBS based on the book
Kajkas Freundin Milena by MARGARETE BUBER-NEUMANN with Miriam Margolyes as Milena and Eleanor Bron as Margarete
October 1940. Ravensbruck
Concentration Camp. In this nightmarish setting a friendship begins and burns ' like a living fire ' ...
Directed by PIERS PLOWRIGHT
van Der Burgh
Paul Vaughan recalls some of the major events and developments in the arts which the programme has reflected over the past ten years.
With contributions from Malcolm Bradbury , John Drummond , Sir Peter Hall , Terry Hands Verity Lambert Trevor Nunn
David Puttnam Gillian Reynolds and Sir Roy Strong.
Producer ROSEMARY HART
How do we remember?
Th'e central notion of most theories used to be that our minds are assisted by separate libraries of short- and long-term memories. But in the last decade this view has undergone radical change. Earlier this year leading experimental psychologists met at the Royal Society in London to discuss recent research into our still mysterious power of retention and reminiscence.
Peter Evans recalls the occasion and examines the new theories of memory that emerged. Producer julian BROWN
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