A new thriller serial in six episodes by EDWARD BOYD
2: Nurse Nicolson lies dead in the mortuary. Suspicion lies on Peter Caiman. And someone is lying through their teeth.
Dunsmore GREGOR FISHER
Directed by PATRICK RAYNER BBC Scotland
Macker's Riots by RICHARD HILL and ALAN MCDONALD
Macker's been charged with assaulting a police officer with a dangerous and deadly weapon: a can of stolen beans. But what does his solicitor want to hear about -
Thomas McAnearney , known as Macker, his part in the Toxteth riots? Or the business about the racing bike and the parrot and the piano accordion?
Directed by TONY CUFF BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Thurs 1.40 pm) Written by MARGARET PHELAN
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Cast for the week:
Does an upper-class education help you get the job? Is there money in it? If you're caught, does it matter?
Patrick Hannan looks at the espionage scene with the help of Chapman Pincher.
Producer HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales
'It is painful to admit our own fears, sense of guilt and shame, inadequacy and low self-esteem. It is the brave one who will admit these, the strong one who will fight his own negativity and the trusting and faithful one who will see the light at the end of the tunnel'
World famous Swiss psychiatrist, Dr Elisabeth Kubler Ross , talks about her work with the terminally ill.
Producer DAVID PEET BBC Wales
Another in a very occasional series of rare and unlikely treasures from the BBC Sound Archives.
Part 47: Highlights of the State Visit of His Majesty King George IV to Edinburgh.
First transmitted over 160 years ago, on 15 August 1822, this early Outside Broadcast represents perhaps the peak of Georgian wireless achievement. with the voices of MR JOHN BUICK
MISS GWYNETH GUTHRIE
MR MICHAEL MACKENZIE
MR SANDY NEILSON
MR JOHN SHEDDEN and MR ROBERT TROTTER Contrived by MISS ALISON MCLEAY and the late SIR WALTER SCOTT Producer PATRICK RAYNER BBC Scotland
From Sheffield to Chicago It's more than 80 years since Joseph Thornton opened his first sweet shop in Sheffield. Today there are over 150 Thornton's shops in Britain, but this is still a business in the traditional mould. Three generations of Thornton's sit on the board, they have avoided take overs, but can still beat the High Street giants at their own game. We go inside the factory and the shops to get a flavour of this family firm.
Producer ANNE BROWN
BBC Birmingham long wave only
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