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What to do and where to go in the long summer holidays.
Steven Rennie and Dr Denis May have plenty of ideas to share with you and welcome those you have to share with us. In the Chair Toni Arthur. Produced by the Woman's Hour unit
Lines open from 8.0 am
Three programmes about man's bizarre relationship with destiny presented by William Woollard
2: The Runaway Rollercoaster Technology has its own momentum, but where is it taking us? According to Adrian Berry , it's going to carry on for thousands of years, until men have taken over the entire Milky Way. But Nigel Calder wonders if present day technology has gone far enough, and looks forward instead to a new era of 'green' technology. Producer JULIAN HITCHCOCK BBC Birmingham
Denis Lockington, lord of the Manor, considers he has the right to shoot trespassers. So when a puma escapes from the local wildlife park and is seen roaming his estates he decides to bag it. Not unnaturally there is some local opposition.
BBC Bristol. Stereo
R. E. T.
'If it's an advantage for birds to be camouflaged, why does the ring ousel have such a dramatic white breast patch?' The team answers your wildlife questions. Presenter Derek Jones Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Saturday 5.0 pm)
19: SOUTH ENGLAND-Second Round
Chairman Robert Robinson
Feliks Kwiatkowski (barrister) Mark Dobson (airline pilot) Maurice McGrave (reference librarian) Dr Henry Parris (research director)
Including Beat the Brains
Devised by JOHN p. WYNN
Questions set by LAN GILLIES Producer RICHARD EDIS
(Repeated: Thursday 6.30 pm) Stereo
with Sue MacGregor
You Don't have to be Young to be fit: the Alton Health and Fun Club keep fit display team has 30 members - all are over 60 and the oldest is 78.
JENNY CUFFE reports from
Hampshire on a new way for the elderly to keep in shape. The Greengage Summer (2)
Poole Harbour by PETER TERSON withand
This year housemother Lynne has taken her charges from the approved school to a holiday camp on Poole Harbour. The only one she cannot cope with is prize horror Kendrick. And then he goes missing with a canoe on Poole Harbour. with RUTH LLOYD , compere at Rockley Sands Palladium Recorded on location at Poole Harbour
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHUN BBC Bristol
Nature park supervisor:
During the 60s
Antoinette Sibley emerged as one of the leading dancers of her generation; as a soloist with the Royal Ballet she was acclaimed both for her performances in new works and for her interpretations of great classical roles. Then in the 70s a cartilege operation halted her career - for ever, she believed.
But now, several years and two children later she has made a triumphant return to the ballet stage. Sushila Anand charts the special qualities of personality, talent and physique that made it possible.
Producer SALLY THOMPSON
Goonhilly on the Lizard
Known worldwide for its earth station, Goonhilly also deserves fame for its wild flowers and other wildlife. Derek Jones treads warily between the orchids, heathers and wild chives on the Lizard in Cornwall.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
Conversations with Domingo The second of two programmes in which Daniel Snowman talks to the great Spanish tenor Placido Domingo about the recording and filming of operatic and other musical works.
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