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Your chance to ask senior politicians about their party's policies and their campaign promises. Sir Robin Day is in the Chair to ensure fair play.
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Managerial Circles by GERRY MCKEE , with Bernard Hill as Dennis Michael N. Harbour as Ray Rod Beacham as Bernie Dennis has worked his way up from the bottom and now runs a small printing firm in London. Ray is one of Ms employees. On this particular morning.
Dennis has called Ray into his office with the sole purpose of firing him. Dennis is loud-mouthed. arrogant, critical. Ray, normally shy and inarticulate, decides to retaliate with a few criticisms of his own ...
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON
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The Spirit Gives Me Joy: BOB PRIZEMAN hears from the CHOIR OF GAYAZA GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL. Uganda.
Pick of the Paperbacks: JUNE KNOX-MAWER and EDWARD BLISHEN make their choice.
Four Stories by JEROME K. JEROME , abridged by PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Read by ROBERT LANG 4: On Cats and Dogs
(Music: Joplin's Cleopha)
Jenny Beston, a student teacher, has been sent to Imberley in Hampshire to make a detailed survey of the village. As well as being an academic exercise, her tutor, Ruby Filmore, hopes it will make her less self-centred and help her to prepare for her teaching career.
Last Whitsun a recording team went to the Andalucian Festival of El Rocio. On the way, they came across two very different musical events: ithe weird and wonderful CAPTAIN'S BAND having an afternoon get-together; and a children s choir singing at a service to mark the beginning of a pilgrimage.
Dougias Livingstone went with the team. He describes the events and introduces the sounds. Location recordings by PAUL PEARSON
Producer JANE MORGAN
On 29 May Bob Hope , one of the world's best-known and best-loved comics, celebrated his 80th birthday. In this four-part series,
Bob Monhhouse narrates and presents an affectionate tribute to this great
English-borncomedian, with reminiscences and anecdotes from some of his friends, family and showbusiness colleagues. 1: From Vaudeville to Vietnam
A look at Hope's passion for entertaining live audiences.
Research and script by MARTYN PEDRICK
Producer RICHARD EDIS
The economy, we are told, is recovering from recession. Will this mean new jobs for some of Britain's three million unemployed? Michael Robinson reports on Leicester's prospects following a special survey of the city's manufacturing industry. Producer PAUL CAMPBELL Editor DAVID TAYLOR BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Wed 4.10 pm)
Presenter Marian Foster The voices are those of people whose pastime is to sing in a choir and the harmony is found in music new and old, sacred and secular, popular and serious. The RILSTONE SINGERS, conductor GEOFFREY HUGNES , and the MARAZION APOLLO MALE VOICE CHOIR, conductor
NICHOLAS MATTHEWS , sing songs of land and sea, and folk music from Hungary and the USA,
Producer IAN CARSON BBC Bristol
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