Back Down the Old Kent Road
Denis Owen and John burton pay a nostalgic visit to their schoolboy haunt on the Kentish approaches to London. to see what changes have taken place to them and their wildlife in 35 years. Producer John BURTON BBC Bristol
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John Howard with the latest news. information and advice for consumers. Today Leslie Cottington reveals the latest trends in food prices with the aid of the BBC Shopping Basket survey. What's new In the food shops? What are the best buys?
The third of six entertainments for an early-autumn lunchtime as David Barlow Peter Christie
Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davls make the attempt to be reasonably together with their special guests:
The Temperance Seven Producer
Another Time bv OWEN HOLDER with Joyce Carey as Emily The private and the public-races of great men are notoriously dissimilar - and, however well-known, what if neither is that person's face at all?
Directed by IAN COTTERELL
includes a review of Dashiell Hammett : A Life at the Edge, a biography of the creator of The Maltese Falcon and The Thin Man, by William F. Nolan ; and an interview with the young Welsh harpist
Sioned Williams about the life and work of John Thomas , who rose from a modest tailor's family In South Wales to become harpist to Queen Victoria. Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer
From every corner of the world, night-time brings stories - of oriental star-gazers, nightmares, werewolves and vampires, night herons and, from far to the north, legends from the land of the midnight sun.
Presenter Barry Paine
Producer ANNE BLAIR GOULD
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