Call to Account: Estate Agents
Most house purchases and sales go through the hands of estate agents. But how well do they earn their money? Can you do-it-yourself?
These and other issues can be discussed with John Thomas of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, and Maureen Freeman of the National Association of Estate Agents. You can take part by phoning
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by TED ALLBEURY
The eighth of ten parts adapted by the author from his latest novel.
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
(Barry Foster is a National Theatre player)
with Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
Diana Warwick , General Secretary of the Association of University Teachers.
Bright Light: certain types of light can be dangerous. MOYRA BREMNER reports. The Plague Dogs by RICHARD ADAMS abridged by PAT MCLOUGHLIN Last of 16 parts
Read by MARTIN JARVIS (Martin Jarvis is a National Theatre Player)
A semi-autobiographical play by Hugh Jenkins
London, 1924. Paul Davies is a 14-year-old soloist In his local church choir. Fighting a disbelief in God within himself, he is also fighting for an agreed scale of payment for each solo sung by the boy choristers. Their choirmaster, Mr Price, is firmly opposed to any fixed payment - so Paul gathers his fellow soloists together to 'fight for their rights'. Mr Price brands him 'a bloody Trade Unionist'.
Choir recorded at Christ Church, Enfield.
Conductor, organist and pianist:
Paul sung by:
Mr Lloyd Jones:
A part of Copenhagen's University Hospital is given over to a new
Centre for the treatment of torture victims. In the last of three programmes Julian Hale meets doctors, nurses, psychologists and patients. What special treatment is needed? And why should it be the Danes who have turned charitable thoughts into successful action?
Producer JULIAN BALE
The Spectre of Yalta in February 1945
Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin met at Yalta to discuss the arrangements for the peace, the practical consequence of which was Russian subjugation of Eastern Europe. In the first of four programmes charting the story of Soviet domination in Eastern
Europe, Michael Charlton looks at what was agreed at Yalta and why,andexaminesthe events which were ignored at the time, but which are now vital to understanding the developments in Poland and the other countries of Eastern Europe.
Producer DAVID MORTON
EVELYN CHEESMAN Was expected to die young when she was born in 1881, but her tremendous will-power carried her through to a ripe old age. Barry Paine traces the remarkable adventures of this frail-looking woman who collected insects in remote parts of the South Pacific, sometimes with cannibals as her only companions.
Reader JUNE BARRIE
Written and produced by JOHN BURTON. BBC Bristol
Michael Oliver and Paul Allen at the Edinburgh
International Festival visit the opera and theatre productions and the exhibition, which all reflect the theme of this year's festival: Vienna 1900.
Producer JOHN POWELL
Italia prix del comedia 1983
Laughing Antelope Award (Zurich Radio Festival 1982)
League Cup Semi-final 1976-77
Christopher Barrie Nick Maloney and Nick Wilton kick off a comedy series of eight programmes. This week they take a lighthearted look at hexidecimal/binary conversion charts.
Written by ROB GRANT and DOUG NAYLOR
MUSiC by PETER BREWIS Producer ALAN NIXON
Presenter Marian Foster The UNIVERSITY MADRIGAL SOCIETY, conductor JAMES LANCELOT , sing some ornithological songs, and the ST ANNE 'S CONVENT school CHOIR, conductor SUSAN MOORE , include Schubert's setting of the 23rd Psalm.
Producer IAN CARSON BBC Bristol long wave only
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