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Julian Bream , who is 50 years old today, first played the guitar on Children's Hour when he was only 13. This led to guest appearances in a series on the Light
Programme and so his career took off. Before long he also took up the lute and played his part in the revival of interest in early music. In conversation with ROY plomley, he talks about his long career and chooses the eight records he would take to the mythical island.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER
The Trent Piranha and the Barford Crocodile Man-eating fish in the Midlands! What a ridiculous idea - or is it? Terry Langford investigates the case of the Trent piranha and whether crocodiles are alive and well - and living in the warm waters of a Bedfordshire power-station.
Producer ANNE blair could BBC Bristol
John Howard brings you the latest consumer news. Today in It's a Bargain, Norman Tozer discusses value for money in garden games for children. What Is safe, entertaining and sturdy?
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Introduced from Bristol by Jennl Murray In Vino Veritas: supermarket plonk or wine merchants' vintage - a guide to the best for your palate and pocket. In the Hot Seat: LUKE RITTNER, the new
Secretary General of tne Arts Council of Great Britain.
Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
The High Path (3)
by Mary Renault adapted for radio in 11 parts by Michael Bakewell
Theseus and the other dancers from the Bull Court are determined to escape from Crete. Theseus knows King Minos is dead and that Asterion, the Minotaurus, wishes to become Minos. After a bull dance where Theseus is nearly gored to death he receives from deep beneath the Palace of Knossos the earthquake warning of the God.
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All this week the General Synod of the Church of England - the church's parliament - has been meeting in York. Religious Affairs
Correspondent Rosemary Hartill looks back at what has been debated and decided.
Producer JOHN NEWBURY
The Bishop of Edmonton. The Rt Rev Bill Westwood Clare Francis , Hew Watt and Lord Oaksey tackle the Issues raised 11" the audience In Harwich. Essex
Chairman David Jacobs Producer GEOFFREY JAMES BBC Bristol
includes a review of The Fawn, a little-known satirical comedy written by John Marston In 1604, starring Edward de
Souza and Basil Henson at the National's
Lyttelton Theatre; and previews a season of films on BBC2 starring Elizabeth Taylor , including Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Giant and Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof, which starts next Sunday.
Presented by Michael BllUngton
Producer join BOUNDY
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with David Tate Bill Wallls , Jon Glover and Sally Grace
Written by JAMES hindrie IAN BROWN , ANDREA SOLOMONS, ROY APPS, RICHARD QUICK,
JOHN LANGDON , JOHN COLLE ! ROGER PLANER , PETER HICKEY and others
Producer jennie CAMPBELL
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