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6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
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What should you do if you suddenly find a burglar in your home? If somebody threatens you, is it best to give in or fight? Two self-defence teachers, Judith Lowe and Director of Coaching for the British
Aikido Association, Brian Eustace , join
Judith Chalmers to answer your questions. Produced by the Woman's Hour unit
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Why don't dinosaurs come back? Jim Flegg , Pat Morris and Lionel Kellaway puzzle over more wildlife questions. Presenter Derek Jones Producer MELINDA BARKER BBC Bristol
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by GUY JENKIN and JON CANTER
Happiness ... is a Career in Advertising and the voices of joss
ACKLAND, JAMES GRIFFITHS ,
JOHN SHRAPNEL, IMELDA
STAUNTON and DAVID TATE Producer PETE ATKIN
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with Sue MacGregor including
On Your Own: is the only child singled out for life? KATE MOON explores the early family influences which shape adulthood for those brought up on their own.
Mrs Pooter 's Diary (7) long wave only
Going Home is Such a Ride by DAISY LITHGOW with Barbara Ewing as Emily James Laurenson as Tom Bruce Purchase as Wayne and Brett Usher as Trevor What do your friends say when you tell them that your 71-year-old mother recently left your 72-year-old father? And now the father is dead and it's a long way home to the funeral at which the mother has to be faced. with MAGGIE MCCARTHY.
HELEN ATKINSON WOOD. SCOTT
CHERRY. ANTHONY HALL.
JON STRICKLAND , STEPHEN THORNE Directed by JANE MORGAN
Tony Lewis takes a trip to Alderney and encourages John Arlott to look back at the good and bad times of an extraordinarily varied life and career that has encompassed working in a mental home, as a 'bobby' on the beat, BBC producer, writer, broadcaster and wine correspondent.
DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
For the first time in its 100-year history, the distinguished liberal
Christian Hibbert Lecture is broadcast. This year
Dr Ursula King, Senior Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Leeds, delivers Voices of Protest: Voices of Promise -
Exploring spirituality for a new age
Dr King finds a significant growth in spiritual awareness developing outside the churches and other recognised religious groups. In a world deeply disturbed by the nuclear threat, it is in the women's peace and new physics movements that substantial spiritual strength can be found. Producer SUE DAVIES
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