May I Re-introduce .. f The large blue butterfly isnowextinctinBritain. Should it be re-introduced from the continent as the capercaillie and sea-eagle have been?
What about the beaver. the wolf or even the bear?
Presenter Peter France Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
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Peter Hobday with the magazine which goes to the shopfloor and boardrooms where work is done and decisions are taken. This week:
The British in America - A Special from New York Producers ROSALIND BEW long wave only
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Producer IAN WILLOX long wave only
The fourth of six entertainments for an early-autumn lunchtime as David Barlow. Peter Christie , Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis make the attempt to be reasonably together with their special guests
The Royal Choral Society Producer
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
And You Thought Garlic Was Bad Enoughl JEAN suedega-rreportsona singular delicacy from
West Virginia. her home state in the Appalachian mountains.
The House of Women (4) long wave only
Street Taste by NICK FISHER with The proverb ' Don't judge a book by Its cover ' would prove an apt one when applied to a group of young south-London punks who. with only fun in mind, prepare for an evening s entertainment at a Clash concert. Their harmless intention does not prevent them from being the objects of skinhead hatred and their rebellious looks from incurring police prejudice.
Other parts played by DAVID GOODERSON , MICIIAEL TUDOR BARNES. SPENCER BANKS, HUGH DICKSON Directed by richard WORTLEY
Written by MARGARET PHELAN
(Repeated: Fri 1.40 pm) Cast for the week:
Dct Sgt Barry:
includes reviews of Act of Darkness,
FRANCIS KING 'S new novel set In
India In the 1930s, where a brutal murder disrupts the lives of an English family; and the world premiere of Glengarry Glen Ross by the American dramatist DAVID MAMET. starring Karl Johnson and Jack Shepherd at the Cottesloe Theatre, London.
Presenter Natalie Wheen Producer BRIAN BARFIELD
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