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6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News Read by BRYAN MARTIN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Richard Baker takes you through the morning with a three-hour sequence in which you are invited to participate.
Join him and his guests for entertaining and provocative conversation. Phone Thursday
Exchange and cross question the studio guests as they examine one of the week's major talking points with John Sergeant.
10.30 Morning Story
Read by Peter Adamson as a freelance photographer, Harry Kemp.
5: The Missing Bracken Mystery by GWYNNETH BRANFOOT
10.45 An Act of Worship Can You Help by calling counsellor Sonia Hinton on [number removed]as she offers advice to a troubled listener?
Pattie Coldwell ensures fair play for today's
Daniel In the Lion's Den. Follow the progress of Able Seagull Herring. Link up with commentators throughout Britain for a local perspective in Network UK Produced by the Rollercoaster unit
The convoluted chronicle of an optimistic author starring and with Lolly Cockerell Jane Knowles , Brian Haines , Michael Spice Book four: Chapter two: The Villa
Written by BASIL BOOTHROYD Producer BOBBY JAYE
Gerald C Potter:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
What's in a Kiss?: what can you tell from the way someone kisses? Do animals do it? How do different cultures embrace? CHERYL ARMITAGE takes a sideways look at this ancient social ritual.
My Life and Times (4)
Gothic Romances by SIMON BRETT with Sarah Badel and Christopher Good
Madeleine Eglantine is a successful writer of Gothic Romances. Mark is her new Editor. They fall in love. Will real life imitate fiction and reveal unexpected dark secrets!
Directed by IAN COTTERELL
We all have queries, quibbles and quandaries which we mean to resolve, but which always lie unanswered at the back of our minds.
Let Neil Landor , together with his specialist experts and the help of the BBC
Reference Library sort out the answers.
Questions on a postcard please - to Enquire Within, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WIA 1AA
Producer JAN TAYLOR
Written by HELEN LEADBEATER
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Cast for the week:
A chance to air your views on some of the subjects raised in last week's Any Questions? Introduced by David Jacobs Compiled by LAURIE MASON
Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
Send your letters to Any Answers? BBC, Bristol [Postcode removed]
Themes and variations from the lives of the British in South-East Asia, in the days of the Empire: in the words of some of those who were there.
2: The Twilight of the Tuans
'It was a halcyon period, I'm afraid, idyllic, when I look back at it ... There were notices of exhortation from the c-in-c saying the defences of Malaya cannot be invaded ... We didn't believe that the Japs could come in through the back door in gym shoes through the jungle and knock the place sideways.' Compiled and presented by Charles Allen Special music by JONATHAN GIBBS , BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP
Producer MICHAEL MASON
In the first of three programmes about dreams and dreaming Peter Evans examines the various theories put forward to explain one of the most mysterious phenomena we encounter. Are dreams a supernatural visitation or symbolic forms of wishes and fantasies? Producers
DANIEL SNOWMAN and CHRISTOPHER STONE
'I like this group. I like the way it works, and I'm very interested in art being accessible and people being able to use artists the same way as they'd use bricklayers.'
'When somebody told me they were coming down I thought I'd give it a try, and ever since then I've enjoyed it. They work in a friendly way. Not what you'd expect.'
'Working with people like that is incredibly exciting because you are actually breaking ground that hasn't been touched before.'
'At first they treat it as a laugh. Then they get more serious, but I don't think a fortnight's long enough. I wish everybody would get involved, because I think its a great thing.'
A Community Arts Workshop team from Manchester took a two-week multi-media project, Fast Forward, to the Annexe, a youth club at Norley Hall, Wigan. This programme reflects how they got on.
What Goes Up?
Simon Jenkins chairs a discussion on current architectural issues, at the launch of the Royal Institute of British
Architects' programme of events to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
Among those taking part are Michael Manser ,
President of RIBA, Colin Amery , architectural journalist and architect Terry Farrell. Producer
Anthony Howard presents Radio 4's coverage of the By-elections at Cynon Valley, Stafford and South-West Surrey, with up-to-the-minute results of local elections in England, Scotland and Wales.
Comment and analysis by Robert Carvel of the London Standard; and David Butler of Nuffield College, Oxford.
In the studio The Rt Hon John Biffen. mp. The Rt Hon Peter Shore , mp and John Cartwright , MP among others, discuss the implications of the results. Producer PETER ROBINS long wave only until 12.10
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