with John Timpson and Brian Redhead
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45 Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News Read by EUGENE FRASER
7.25* 8.25* Sport
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Richard Baker returns to take you through the morning.
... One of the week's big issues debated in the studio, with an opportunity to put your views to those in the Thursday Exchange on [number removed]. ... Advice from Laurie Taylor and Vic Lewis Smith on how to understand the new rules of behaviour, which perhaps exist in areas you never even imagine in Modern Manners.
Another report from life On the Fringes.
The News on the hour from BRIAN PERKINS at the BBC Newsdesk
10.30 Morning Story
Read by Peter Adamson , as Harry Kemp , a northern photographer. 10: At Dirty Dick's by DAVID CAMPTON
10.45 An Act of Worship conducted by David Winter
... Regular sound cartoon Able Seagull Herring
... A nationwide link-up with commentators bringing news of what commands attention this week in their areas in Network UK
Produced by the Rollercoaster unit long wave only from 9.5 am
Still on the trail of the Magic Hour. Roger Black this week looks at the forces outside ourselves which stop us using our time well. You meet them every day ... double glazing salesmen, bores at parties, busybody neighbours and many more. Tune in and learn how to deal with them and still keep your friends.
On hand to illustrate the finer points with comedy sketches are ANGUS
DEAYTON. RORY MCGRATH and JAN RAVENS
Written by ROGER BLACK and RORY MCGRATH
Producer JlMMY MULVILLE
with Sue MacGregor Find Me a Family:
Parents for Children is an adoption agency which finds homes for 'hard to place' children.
SARAH FULLER visits three families who have welcomed such children into their lives. Squeak (3) long wave only
Seeing Off Arthur by RURIC POWELL with Arranging the funeral of an old friend may seem a fairly easy (though sad) task. But, where Arthur is concerned things are not so simple.
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
Three years ago, flamboyant Irish
Evangelist Leslie Hale suddenly moved from
Belfast to Florida - leaving behind debts of hundreds of thousands of pounds, a trail of rumour and suspicion and an unfulfilled promise to build a 2,000-seat
'Cathedral'. Since then, and in spite of a police investigation, he has refused to give any explanation of what happened to the money, and why he went to America.
Now he has spoken - exclusively to BBC Radio.
Correspondent David Capper presents his interview with, and the results of his investigation into the faith and finances of, this charismatic and controversial Ulsterman. Producer blair THOMSON
The last of a series of montage documentaries
The Young Campaigners ... a chocolatey word to describe the texture of biscuit? ... how about yum-yum for the outside and scrunchy for the inside? Tell the client I don want to say 'least expensive'. I want to say 'cheapest'. I do have qualms about bursting into the living rooms of unemployed people and flaunting things they can't afford to buy. Actuality eavesdrops on the young campaigners at the London advertising agency Wight, Collins, Rutherford, Scott.
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