with Rosemary Hartill
with Norman Tozer
Tony Lewis returns to present the first edition of 1984. The Third Round of the FA Cup marks the entry of the big clubs and the return of England internationals
Kevin Keegan, Peter Shilton and Allan Clarke to the scenes of their former glories. Plus cricket from down under: Don Mosey reports from England's first game in New Zealand against Auckland.
Introduced by Bernard Falk , with help from
SUSAN MARLING and ROBIN DEWHURST. taking a critical look at the holiday, travel and leisure scene. Producer
JENNY MALUNSON DUFF
Editor ROGER MACDONALD
Mike Chaney presents a personal review of the weekly magazines.
Producer MIKE GILLIAM
Peter Riddell presents the first in a two-part inquiry into the way our political parties are financed and the scope for reform.
Producer MARGARET BUDY
New Every Morning, page 21; From the eastern mountains (BBC HB 65); Psalm 15; Matthew 2, vv 13-23; As with gladness men of old (BBC HB 62)
Radio and TV extracts with Margaret Howard
Presenter Louise Botting
A series of eight programmes in which
Alistair Cooke takes a personal view of social life in Britain and the USA from 1900-50 as it was reflected in the popular music of the time.
6:Hard Times (1929-39)Producer ALAN OWEN
Lord Chalfont Joan Ruddock
Frederic Raphael Jean Rook from Westgate-on-Sea Chairman David Jacobs
Lord Chalfont Joan
There's No Place Like Home by KARL BARRY
'My husband turns the Municipal Annexe into a boxing ring, the Town
Clerk gets carted off on a stretcher, the Coaldale
Mercury has a field-day, and all because I expressed a desire to own my own home....'
Directed by TONY CUFF BBC Manchester
Geoff Watts reports
with Derek Jones
How Michelangelo's ring had a fortunate recovery, what Tom Keating did with his early Palmer fakes and the Mozart trio that stood firm in battle - all are tales in Bernard Price's anthology of how the famous (and infamous) acquired their favourite possessions.
Martin Jarvis, Bill Wallis and June Barrie unfold a few collections of Treasures and Trifles. Producer MARY price BBC Bristol
BBC correspondents cast a collective eye over a contemporary issue.
A Radio News production by ADAM RAPHAEL
A magazine for disabled listeners.
Presenter John Mills Editor MARLENE PEASE
BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW Tel: [number removed]
Ten years ago leading City bankers and the managers of multi-million pound investment funds held a secret all-night meeting in the Bank of England. They had to prevent a panic which would have led to the collapse of Britain's entire financial system.
The rescue mission - The Lifeboat - to stem the contagion of fear was to cost 11,500 million during a stock market crash bigger than Wall Street's in 1920. Written and narrated by John Roberts
Producer JIM GRAY
A critical look back at the week's news.
with LAURIE MACMILLAN including
Bertice Reading with ROY PLOMLEY
a Musical interlude by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
with Richard Baker Producer RAY ABBOTT
(Repeated: Wed 11.0 am)
Anderby Wold by WINIFRED HOLTBY adapted by GAIE HOUSTON with Of course it was absurd to make a fuss. It really was nothing - a kiss in a cornfield on a hot day. Lots of farmers' wives might have done it - only Mary was not lots of farmers' wives. She was Mary Robson of Anderby Wold.
Narrator AUSON FISKE
Directed by CAROUNE SMITH BBC Manchester
Uncle Dick/Ezra Dawson:
Aunt Jane/Miss Taylor:
Currently on display at
London's Barbican Centre are over 2,000 examples of the work of some of the young designers who will help shape our industrial future and influence the way we live.
But how well equipped are British industry and commerce to exploit the creative talents of our designers and craftsmen? Are the schools of art and design in touch with the needs of industry? And should we be concerned that many of our best young designers choose to work abroad?
Christopher Frayling , Professor of Cultural History at the Royal
College of Art, looks at the place of design and the designer in Britain today.
Producer FRANK WARWICK
(Repeated: Friday 11.0 am)
Five women re-examine traditional spirituality with words and music. 1: Liz Campbell
Research JULIA BROSNAN Producer SUE DAVIES
David Attenborough 2: The Singing Whales
Roger and Katy Payne of the New York
Zoological Society, Peter Tyack and Chris Clarke from Rockefeller
University, investigate the melancholy song of the humpback whale.
Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
by Anthony Smith The first of ten programmes