John Timpson in Brighton at the Labour Party Conference and Brian Bedhead in London
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3: The Risk of Safety Most parents are advised to have their children vaccinated but sadly one child in 30.000 will suffer permanent brain damage as a result. How does the State fulfil Its obligations to the unfortunate casualties of this NHS policy?
Brenda Kidman has been following one mother's struggle to get compensation for her disabled daughter.
Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
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Paul Heiney with the latest news, information and advice for consumers, Including the latest trends in food prices and the details to help you with your weekly shopping trip. Call In on [number removed]with your comments from 11.0 am.
The last of six entertainments for an autumn lunchtime as David Barlow , Peter Christie , Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davls make the attempt to be reasonably together agatn with their special guests Waso.
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Including:
Bringing up Baby:
CAROLINI AND CHRIS ELLIS decided Chris should stay at home with their son. They explain their reasons to ROSEMARY CLARK. The Woodlanders by THOMAS HARDY abridged and read In 17 parts by Gabriel Woolf (1)
' As children In the tiny woodland community of Little Hintock, Grace Melbury and Giles Wlnterborne were promised to each other. But now the timber merchant.
George Melbury , feels that his expensively-educated daughter would be wasted on the homely Giles ... long wave only
The Moorcock by HENRY LIVINGS
A fictional recreation of a famous murder mystery which took place tn the last century In Saddleworth. In
Lancashire. The pub The Moorcock, known locally as Bill o' Jacks, was run by a father and son - one night they were together savagely murdered in an inhumanly horrid manner '. Who did it, and why?
Music composed and directed by DEREK BROADBENT played by STEPHEN LORD , JOHN GILLAM , CHRISTOPHER WOOD , JOHN HINCLEY DAVE CASS
Directed by CAROLINE SMITH
Lord Snowdon publishes today his portraits of the beautiful and the famous his snapshots of the last four years.
Reversing the spotlight, Anthony Holden probes the photographer's mind to find out more about the man behind the camera and the subjects of his sittings.
leader felix kok conductor Simon Rattle Stephen Bishop-Kovacevlch
(piano) direct from the Town Hall, Birmingham Part 1
Britten An Occasional Overture (first performance)
Mozart Piano Concerto No 18, In a flat (K 456)
includes reviews of the Royal Shakespeare Company's new production of Measure for Measure, starring Daniel Massey as the Duke Vincentio and Juliet Stevenson as Isabella, at Stratford-upon-Avon; and Graham Swift's novel Waterland which I. set In the Fens.
Presenter Richard Mayne Producer BRIAN bartield
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