Presenters Brian Redhead and Peter Hobday t 45' Prayer for the Day with WILF WILKINSON
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8.57 Weather; travel
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Guest of the Week:
Peter Porter , Australian 5oet
Journey to the Croto (6): In the Holy Land,BERNARD JACKSON visits the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where Christ was crucified and burled. The Consul's File (3)
The Butterfly of the Laruts
A student finds himself some 'digs' in an old house slightly out of town. There's nothing unusual in that. But these 'digs' are different ... and so is the landlady. Is It a student she's looking for? Or Is it a 'pretty boy'?
The second of six programmes about work with Martin Booth
Work is the grand cure of all the maladies and miseries that ever beset mankind.
Readers RONALD PICKUP and ROSALIND SHANKS Producer
SHAUN MACLOUGHMN BBC Bristol
Where do people willingly spend ten days in isolation, give themselves regular nasal washes and receive visitors only if they're gowned and masked? At the Common Cold Unit in Salisbury, where thousands of volunteers over the last 30 years have helped doctors to discover the causes of the cold and to assess methods of preventing or curing the Illness.
Peter Evans finds out what it's like to be a volunteer at the unit and what current research Is revealing about treatment and the complex relationship between colds and the mind.
Producer DEBORAH COREN
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Looks and Smiles by BARRY BINES abridged for radio in eight parts by ANN REES JONES
Read by Peter Firth (1) Mick Walsh leaves comprehensive school and registers with the Careers Office. He'd like a craft apprenticeship, but there are ' no vacancies
His best friend, Alan, joins the Army - but when Mick decides to do the same. his father refuses his consent. Producer BRIAN DEAN
A series of 12 programmes 10: Women and Children - First
Women are the transmitters of culture and Hindu tradition.'
Traditionally women are seen as subordinate to men. but because the family is the ' cradle of faith their responsibility is In some ways greater than that of their husbands.
John Bowker listens as Muslim. Hindu and Sikh women describe their responsibilities to the community and to their families and discovers the strength and Influence they exert over both family and community. Producer DAVID CRAIG BBC Manchester
includes reviews of Julius Caesar a new production by Ron Daniels starring Joseph O'Conor. Gemma Jones and Peter McEnery at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon; and the first volume of Maurice Cranston 's biography of Jean-Jacques Rousseau , which covers his life and work from 1712 to 1754. Presenter Paul Allen
Producer RICHARD DUNN
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