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Call to Account
A top executive of British Telecom deals with your comments, queries and complaints about the telephone system. Why are calls so expensive? Why are there delays In getting phones Installed? How do I query my bill? Are rural phone boxes still under threat?
Paltie Coldwell and John Howard pose these and many other questions. To take part, ring
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by TED ALLBEURY
The second of ten parts adapted by the author from his latest novel and Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
12.55 Weather: travel: programme news
with Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
M. M. Kaye , author of the best-selling novel The Far Pavilions.
A Kino in Question: tire debate about Richard in remains unsettled. JENNY cum: reports. The High Path by TED WALKER abridged in seven parts by pit MCLououm
Read by John Pullen (1) The poet Ted Walker begins his autobiography In 1932.
Marigold by MARGARET MILES , With
A successful young pop singer's sudden death in a car accident has left her husband shattered. He has an unusually close relationship with his mother-in-law and. over the next difficult months, they struggle to come to terms with their very different senses of loss ...
Radiocompere JAMES bhyce Directed by CHERRY 00OKSON
by JOHN KEAY and JEAN-PIERRE DE ROHAN The fifth of seven programmes with Narrator john ROWE Charles Waterton achieved instant fame with the publication of his book Wanderings in South America in 1825. This indefatigable
Yorkshireman made three exciting explorations of the Jungles or South
America and his accounts of them won admiration from his reviewer for the , genuine zeal and Inexhaustible delight with which all the barbarous countries he visited arc described '. With MICHAEL DEACON
Producer ALAN BAYDOCK
In a series of six weekly talks Michael Elkins , who has lived in Israel since 1948 and was BBC
Correspondent there for 17 years, plots his own course through the history of modern Israel. 2: The Ingathering of the Exiles
In the decade that followed the independence of 1948. Israel more than doubled her population.
She brought In Jews from all over the world - from the West, China and India, the mountains of Yemen, and Jewish communities of which no one had ever heard.
In the last of the current series of interviews, the peace campaigner,
Pat Arrowsmlth ,reflectswith Dr Anthony Clare on the most significant
Influences on her life.
Research JENNY rivarola Producer MICHAEL E)EUR
includes reviews of Theatre in My Blood, biography of the choreographer
John Cranko by John Pcrcival : and a biography of the pianist Vladimir Horowitz by Glenn Plaskin.
Presented by Paul Allen
Producer ANTHONY CHEIVERS
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