Blinded by the Light by HARRY DUFFIN
Take a young girl who's angry about life in general and unemployment In particular, a lad who's bored, not very bright and fancies her and an Inexperienced but very ambitious reporter and a minor protest quickly turns into a dangerous situation.
Directed by TONY BBCManchester
Russian-born, Anglophile, this distinguished octogenarian French writer, pioneer of the ' new novel talks to
Frances Donnelly about her life and ideas.
Readers JAMES BRYCE , MADI HEDD, MAGGIE MCCARTHY , MARK STRAKER
Producer ANNE HOWELLS
A musical quiz devised by EDWARD J. MASON and TONY SHRYANE John Amis and Frank Muir challenge Ian Wallace and Denis Norden
In the Chair Steve Race Questions compiled by STEVE RACE
Producer PETE ATKIN
(Repeated: Fri 12.27 pm)
2: Fatal Resentments Stalin had insisted at Yalta on the establishment of friendly governments in the countries liberated by the Red Army. As his meaningbecameclearhe dealt a fatal blow to the hopes of Yalta. There were to be no separate roads to socialism in the manner of Tito's
Yugoslavia, and the Soviet model was to be followed down to the letter of the purge trials and executions which Stalin ordered for Hungary and Czechoslovakia.
Michael Charlton argues that the imposition of an alien ideology backed by terror created resentments which may now be fatal to the stability of the Soviet empire in Eastern Europe.
Producer DAVID MORTON
HUGH LEONARD Is not the real name of the man whose play Da swept the New York Tony awards. Nor was the man he called' Da ' his natural father. But the life of the playwrightwhocameto realise that ' love upside down is love for all that has been rich in memories which constitute the working raw material for this highly, and richly, humorous Writer.
Presenter Liam Nolan
Producer COLIN MORRISON
Michael Oliver and Paul Allen report on further highlights from the Edinburgh International Festival, including Hugo von Hofmannsthal's comedy Rosenkavalier, which is best known as a libretto, but is being performed by Glasgow Citizens' Company as originally Intended - as a play; The Nuria Espert Company of Spain; theatre on the Fringe; and fireworks from Edinburgh Castle.
Producer JOHN POWELL Editor ROSEMARY HART
Christopher Barrie Nick Maloney and Nick Wilton
This week 50 years of RADIO TIMES - a tribute to the profeslonalism all make this dedication magazine and attention to detain which Is so popular.
Written by ROB GRANT and DOUG NAYLOR
MuSiC by PETER BREWIS Producer ALAN NIXON
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 BRITISH YOUTH CHOIR,
Conductor MICHAEL BREWER , include the spiritual that relates how ' Ezekiel saw the wheel '. The BRUTON
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS CHAMBER choir, conductor JONATHAN PALMER. ask in song
What you gonna call-your pretty little baby?' and play children's games in Hungarian.
Producer IAN CARSON BBC Bristol long wave only
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