Presenters John Tlmpson and Brian Redhead
6.30. 7.30. 8.30
6.45- Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by CHARLES COLVILLE
7.25' 8.25' Sport
7.45- Thought for the Day
8.35* Your Letters
Cindy Buxton made several successful wildlife films inAfrica for television. Then In 1978 she decided to film on the Falkland Islands and managed to persuade Annie Price to give up photographing children to become her assistant.
In conversation with ROY pLOMLEY , they talk about their experiences, about their Ute during the Invasion, and each chooses the four records they would take to the mythical Island.
Producer DEREK DRESCUER
Spider webs are not all they seem - some insects survive them. Tom Eisner explains to Peter Evans iiuw these sophisticated pieces of engineering set the scene for some ripping yarns.
Producer MELINDA BARKER BBC Bristol
Paul Heiney with the latest news and advice for consumers, including today Norman Tozer , who looks for a bargain in an everyday purchase. For details of the items in this week's programmes, send an sac marked Fact Sheet 17 to You and Yours. Room 4099, BBC, Broadcasting House. London WIA 4WW
Introduced from Birmingham by Marian Foster
Art White You Work: cars and carpets, chocolates and beer barrels, they are inspiration for seven artists who have set up their easels on the factory floor to record visual impressions on canvas. It's a scheme sponsored by West Midlands Arts. Big Business in the Classroom: school-leavers go back to the classroom from the dole queue for a 12-month course, expert advice and premises to start their own production lines. Producer
MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE BBC Birmingham
The Little Walls (2)
... can come from the skies, the roads. industrial machinery or the neighbours.
Clive Jacobslistenstosome everyday noises and examines their effect on our hearing and our sanity, and what can be done to make life quieter. Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE
To Fly Where the Sun Never Sets
The life story of an arctic tern by PAUL THOMAS Narrated by Andrew Sachs
Arctic terns migrate from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back each year, a round trip of 25,000 miles. Whydotneyflysofar, and how do they find their way?
Zoologists Robin Baker , Euan Dunn and Chris Mead follow the fortunes of one Individual, recognised by the numbered ring on its leg - 74/B.
Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
Join Uncle Clarence,
Auntie Joy , Vince, Lucy and Ron as they trip along the airwaves with their fellow BBCeenics
Written and performed by The National Revue Company who are
PHIL NICE, MAXINE OSTWALD ARTHUR SMITH , BABS SUTTON and ADAM WIDE
MD BARRIE BIGNOLD
Producer ALAN NIXON
(Repeated: Sat 5.25 pm)
On the Eve by IVAN TURGENEV translated by GILBERT GARDINER abridged for radio in ten parts by KEITH DARVILL
Readbyclairebloom(10) Producer MAUFTICE LEITCH
: long wave only (Starting on Monday: ' The Member of the Weddina ' by Carson McCullers)
More often than not it Is the spectacular virtues, shamelessly displayed, which can pose more of a threat to civilised everyday life than good. old-fashioned sin.
Terence Blacker advises the sinner on how to recognise those virtues and deal with them. 1: Honesty
Producer HELEN FRY long wave only
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