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: News Briefing

: Farming Today

: Today

Presenters Peter Hobday and Michael Stewart
6.30, 7.30, 8.30
News Summary
6.4S' Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News with LAURIE MACMILLAN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
7.45* Thought for the Day

Contributors

Presenters: Peter Hobday
Presenters: Michael Stewart
Unknown: Laurie MacMillan

: The House at Pooh Corner

3: In which a search is organised and Piglet nearly meets the HeSalump.

: Midweek: Henry Kelly

and good company with 55 minutes of lively conversation. Ltbby Purvcs says ' happy birthday ' to this week's special guest.
Producer PIPPA BURSTON

: Gardeners' Question Time

It's in the Post
Listeners' letters dealing with summer gardening problems answered by Geoffrey Smith
Daphne Ledward and Dr Stefan Buczacki
Questionmaster KEN FORD BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Unknown: Daphne Ledward
Unknown: Dr Stefan Buczacki
Unknown: Questionmaster Ken Ford

: Morning Story

Alice Buchan and Rin Tin Tin by FRED URQUHART
Bead by Fraser Kerr

Contributors

Unknown: Alice Buchan
Unknown: Fred Urquhart
Unknown: Fraser Kerr

: Daily Service

NEM, p 46; Saints of God! Lo. Jesu's people (EH
239)- psalm 40; I Kings 3, w 1-15 (RSV); Beneath the cross of Jesus (BBC HB301)

: Baker's Dozen

Richard Baker presents a blend of musical entertainment on record. Producer RAY ABBOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker
Producer: Ray Abbott

: YouandYours

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
[number removed]from 11.0 am Presenter Jobn Howard

Contributors

Unknown: John Thomas
Unknown: Maureen Freeman
Presenter: Jobn Howard

: Pay Any Price

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)

Contributors

Directed By: Christopher Venning
Unknown: Barry Foster
Jimmy Boyd: Barry Foster
Otto Schultz: Robert Beatty
Dr Ansell: David Nobbs
Katie Boyd: Carole Boyd
Steve Randall: David Banks
CIA operator: Alex Jennings

: The World at One: News

Presenter Gordon Clough

Contributors

Presenter: Gordon Clough

: The Archers

: Woman's Hour

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)

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Warwick
Unknown: Moyra Bremner
Unknown: Richard Adams
Abridged By: Pat McLoughlin
Read By: Martin Jarvis
Read By: Martin Jarvis

: Afternoon Theatre: Solo Boy

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.

Contributors

Writer: Hugh Jenkins
Conductor, organist and pianist: Barry Rose
Director: Glyn Dearman
Paul: Paul Russell
Paul sung by: Benjamin Revill
Mr Price: Geoffrey Collins
Mr Sandford: Alan Dudley
Sylvia Watson: Eva Griffith
Mr Watson: Eric Allan
Mrs Watson: Madi Hedd
Mr Lloyd Jones: Alan Green
Bertie: Charles Barnham
Joe: Robert Tappin
Jim: Aaron Sevitt
Arnold: Marvin Charleton
Mr Davies: David Peart
Mrs Davies: Jane Wenham

: Time for Verse

In seven programmes the poet George MacBeth presents a selection of verse about the sea. 3: Love at Sea
Readers CAROL DRINKWATER ANTHONY HYDE and JAMES BRYCE
Producer ALEC REID

Contributors

Unknown: George MacBeth
Readers: Carol Drinkwater
Readers: Anthony Hyde
Readers: James Bryce
Producer: Alec Reid

: Just After Four

Robert Giddings reflects on a sport of kings ... bare-knuckle boxing. 2: Jem Belcher

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Giddings
Unknown: Jem Belcher

: Scandinavian Journey

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

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Hale

: Story Time

The Master (8)

: PM

with Susannah Simons and Robert Williams VHF only 5.50-5.55

Contributors

Unknown: Susannah Simons
Unknown: Robert Williams

: The Six O'Clock News

With PETER DONALDSON including Financial Report

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Donaldson

: My Music

(Details: Friday 12.27 pm:

: The Archers

(Repeated: Thurs 1.40pm)

: Checkpoint

(Details: Thurs 9.0 am)

: The Eagle and the Small Birds

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

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Producer: David Morton

: The Insect Woman

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

Contributors

Unknown: Evelyn Cheesman
Unknown: Barry Paine
Produced By: John Burton.

: Kaleidoscope

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

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Oliver
Unknown: Paul Allen
Producer: John Powell

: The World Tonight: News

John Morgan reporting

Contributors

Unknown: John Morgan

: Son of Cliche

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

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Barrie
Unknown: Nick Maloney
Unknown: Nick Wilton
Written By: Rob Grant
Unknown: Doug Naylor
Music By: Peter Brewis
Producer: Alan Nixon

: A Book at Bedtime

On the Eve (3) long wave only

: The Financial World Tonight

long wave only

: Voices in Harmony

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

Contributors

Presenter: Marian Foster
Conductor: James Lancelot
Unknown: St Anne
Conductor: Susan Moore
Producer: Ian Carson

: News

long wave only








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