Cindy Buxton made several successful wildlife films in Africa for television. Then in 1978 she decided to film on the Falkland Islands and persuaded Annie Price to give up photographing children to become her assistant. In conversation with ROY FLOMLEY. they talk about their experiences, about their life during the invasion, and they choose the four records each which they would take to the mythical island.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER
In the last of five programmes Finlay J. Macdonald continues his reminiscences of a Hebridean boyhood as World War Two developed.
It was difficult to decide which came as the greater surprise to the peaceful Hebridean villagers - the sudden drafting of the men into 'Dad's Army' or the arrival of a bewildered RAF detachment exchanging the rumble of the London blitz for the roar of the wild Atlantic.
by R D BLACKMORE
The last of five parts
5: John Ridd learns that Lorna has been whisked off to
London, and fears he will never see her again.... Soldiers and farmers played by DANIEL ADRIAN CAIRNS and GEOFFREY SEHLE
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
John Ridd as a boy:
John Fry/de Whichehalse:
Sir Ensor Doone:
Counsellor Doonel Rueban Huckaback:
Lorna as a child:
Marwood de Whichehabe/ King/Head clerk:
King James II:
Commissioner Catherine Bramwell-Booth, granddaughter of the founder of the Salvation Army, was 100 years old last July. This is the interview she gave
Ted Harrison in which she talked about her life, her memories and her approach to death. Producer DAVID COOMES
Written and compiled by GERALDand narrated by Brian Matthew with David Rintoul as Lord Dalhousie Roshan Seth as Wajid Ali Shah
In 18-17 a new
Governor- General came to India— LordDalhousie, a fanatically hardworking
Scottish aristocrat bent on extending the borden of his sovereign's empire. First on his list of territories to be spized was Oude. ruled by an effete poet-king who spent his time flying kites and watching animals locked in combat, in the company of dissolute women.
With ERIC ALLAN.
STEPHEN BATEMAN. MICHAEl. BlLTON. JAMES
BRYCE. NIGEL GRAHAM. MONICA GREY.
SAEED JAFFREY. ANDREW
MACLACHIAN. DAVID MARKHAM. REKU SETNA. DINO SHAFEEK and BRETT
Directed by JOHN CARDY
Lord Dalhousie Roshan
A detective comedy by Colin Free
with David March and Margot Boyd
Major L.N. Best has just completed his story of Ace Detective Bill 'Biff' Cunningham's masterly solution of his 300th murder case. When the script is delivered to Scobie Dearden, editor of that much-loved but under-subscribed Boy's
Adventure Magazine, Sunny Boy, he has a number of surprises in store - a real-life murder among them!
The fifth of six talks by Michael Elkins
6: The Granite Grandmother
At the age of 70, after a life of public service, Golda Meir was called out of retirement to become Israel's fourth Prime Minister-and for five yean led the nation through political crisis and the near catastrophe of the Yom Kippur War.
translated by DAPHNE WOODWARD and adapted for radio by Frederick Bradnum with Sean
Directed by GLYNDEARMAN
Roy Hudd takes a look at more curiosities, cults, crises and eccentrics, tragedies and theatrical sensations that outraged and entertained our grandfathers and great-grandfathers and inspired the popular songwriters of the day. and together with Charles West sings some of the songs that, in turn, became brief sensations in themselves with ELIZABETH PROUD. WILLIAM ROBERTS and THE CHARLES YOUNG MUSICIANS Written by GERALD ntow
Producer JOHN DYAS
Design for Living by NOEL. COWARD with 'The actual facts are so simple. I love you. You love me. You love Otto. I love Otto. Otto loves you. Otto loves me.
There now! Start to unravel from there'.
Edited for radio by GUY VAESEN Directed by IAN COTTRELL
Julie Andrews graduated through the West End theatre and radio of the 50s, to become Broadway's Fair Lady and favourite nanny in the 60s. But despite the unprecedented success of Afarv Poppingand The Sound of Music, Julie Andrews was dropped by Hollywood after the expensive failure of Star! In conversation with Michael Billington , she talks of the outcast years and how, with the help of her husband, Blake Edwards , she has re-established herself as a skilled and mature actress for the 60s.
Producer Richard DUNN
The life of a market trader is rough and tough and although a few may own a Rolls-Royce and a villa in Portugal, the majority graft in all winds and weathers. But what makes for success? Is it personality, flair, cunning or plain old-fasnioned hard work? Monty Modlyn has been out and about, north, west and south to see for himself.
Producer MARLENE PEASE
W. C. Fields, who died in 1946, was unique as comedian, actor, juggler and raconteur. Marvin Kane tells his story and includes excerpts from some of the most famous momenta from his films.
Producer BRYAN MILLER BBC Bristol
Donald has never had any luck with girls until Ruth comes along and she has so much experience that she frightens him off.
Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY
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