with John Timpson and Peter Hobday
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament Editor JULIAN HOLLAND
Richard Baker invites you to join him for the morning
... with David Davies on [number removed]and the opportunity to call the Thursday Exchange
... asking Laurie Taylor and Vic Lewis Smith to keep you up with Modern Manners
... On the Fringes, taking you where you might have been.
The News on the hour from
10.30 Morning Story
Read by Peter Adamson , as Harry Kemp , a northern photographer.
14: Seedy's Ghost by IAN FLlNTOFF
10.45 An Act of Worship
Conducted by Pauline Webb.
... with resident psychologist Sonya Hinton talking to a troubled listener, who asks Can You Help?
... offering a local perspective on events around Britain - from commentators in Network UK. Produced by the Rollercoaster unit on VHF until 9.5
9.5 A Service for Schools The Drought
9.25 Secondary English 11-14 Spelling and Punctuation
7: Sentences and Questions and at 9.40 8: Commas
9.55 Movement and Drama 1 Pirates and the Sea
10.15 News for Teachers 3: Exams Up to Date
10.35 In Your Own Time Presenter PETER CLAYTON
10.55 Something to Think About The Robinsons Go on Holiday
11.5 In the News Presenter JOHN HEDGES
11.30-12.0 Wavelength YTS Forum from Pebble Mill where ANDY PEEBLES chairs a discussion.
Alexander Walker recalls the screen careers of the cinema's brightest stars.
This week: Joan Crawford the Charleston dancer who turned herself into a star - and played the role for 50 years. Producer WENDY CLAY
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Oil Wives: 'Even tonight we're waiting.' JENNY STEWART talks to Aberdeen's oil wives. The city is their home but only for a while and usually without their husbands who are busy 200 miles offshore on the rigs. The Colour of Magic (7) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
Happy Lies by c. p. TAYLOR with Susan Sheridan as Derek Elizabeth Lindsay as Shirley Shireen Shah as Kamala Rosalind Adams as Miss Graham Heather Emmanuel as the Health Officer Catherine Terris as Derek's mam
Edward Wilson as Derek's dad Sion Probert as the Charity worker
Ronald Herdman as the Vicar Eleven-year-old Derek is not a model student; in fact he can hardly read and write. So when a man from a charity organisation comes to talk about 'developing' countries it's a surprise when Derek demands to know the name of the Indian girl on the poster the class have been looking at.
Directed by DICKON REED A BBC World Service production
Miss Graham Heather
(Repeated: Friday 1.40 pm) Written by simon frith
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Cast for the week:
They had not been to prep school and their accents proved it. Their fathers were miners, lorry drivers or clerks and they were pupils at some of Britain's most renowned and expensive public schools.
Forty years after the Fleming
Report initiated the educational and social experiment which placed them there,
Sonia Beesley talks to some of the participants in 'the good-natured scheme' which changed their lives.
Producer SALLY THOMPSON
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In the last of four programmes Stanley Williamson opens the file on life in Edinburgh 100 years ago, as it was reflected in the local newspapers. Readers JOHN MCGREGOR , PAUL WEBSTER Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Last summer, St Kitts celebrated its independence with ceremonies, concerts and festivities. Caryl Phillips returned to his birthplace to share the excitement and anxiety of a new nation.
Producer MARGARET WINDHAM Stereo
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