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: News Briefing

: Farming Week

Presented from Northern
Ireland by John Johnston BBC Northern Ireland

: Today

Presenters Brian Redhead and Michael Stewart with Gerald Williams at the Olympics in Los Angeles
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News Read by CUVE ROSUN
7.25*, 8.25 Sport
7.45* Thought for the Day Editor Julian HOLLAND

Contributors

Presenters: Brian Redhead
Presenters: Michael Stewart
Unknown: Gerald Williams
Read By: Cuve Rosun
Editor: Julian Holland

: The Week on 4

with Harriet Cass

Contributors

Unknown: Harriet Cass

: The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole

by Sue Townsend abridged in ten parts by Elizabeth Proud with Nicholas Barnes as Mole

The sequel to The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4 which takes him from his 15th birthday

Contributors

Adrian Mole: Nicholas Barnes
Producer: John Tydeman
Abridger: Elizabeth Proud
Writer: Sue Townsend

: News

: Start the Week with Richard Baker

Producer PIPPA BURSTON Stereo

: Morning Story

Winners and Losers Three stories about a Gloucestershire comprehensive school by MICHAEL A. PEARSON Read by Timothy Kightley
1: The Bubble-Gum Champion Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Michael A. Pearson
Read By: Timothy Kightley

: Daily Service

NEM, p 17; 0 Master it is good to be (EH 235); Psalm 89; Luke 9, vv 28-36; All my hope on God is founded (BP 3) Stereo

: Down Your Way

Brian Johnston is in Wensleydale. He follows the valley of the River Ure from
Hawes to Laybum. Local cheese, hang-gliding and an unusual method of putting wicks into candles are just some of the stories he hears about. Producer JOHN D. WILSON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston
Producer: John D. Wilson

: Poetry Pleasel

Presented by Norman MacCaig Readers FINLAY WELSH and JUNE BARRIE
Producer MARGARET BRADLEY BBC Bristol

Contributors

Presented By: Norman MacCaig
Presented By: Readers Finlay
Producer: Margaret Bradley

: You and Yours

with Paul Heiney Editor KEN VASS

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Heiney
Editor: Ken Vass

: Radio Active

Minorities Programme
The Station does its best for community relations.
Give 'em enough rope....
(SIR NORMAN TONSIL,
Chairman Radio Active)
Mixing it are:
Written by GEOFFREY PERKINS and ANGUS DEAYTON plus JON CANTER , JOHN DOCHERTY and MORAY HUNTER
Music by PHILIP POPE and STEVE BROWN. Producer JAMIE RIX
(Repeated: Tues 6.30 pm) Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Geoffrey Perkins
Written By: Angus Deayton
Unknown: Jon Canter
Unknown: John Docherty
Music By: Philip Pope
Unknown: Steve Brown.
Producer: Jamie Rix
Anna Daptor: Helen Atkinson Wood
Mike Channel: Angus Deayton
Uncle Mike Stand: Michael Fenton-Stevens
Mike Flex: Geoffrey Perkins
Nigel Pry: Philip Pope

: The World at One: News

Presenter Michael Charlton Producer DEREK LEWIS

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Charlton
Producer: Derek Lewis

: The Archers

: Listening Corner

Tony Aitken reads The Trimble Town Band by BERYL DESMOND Producer SUSAN DENNY

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Aitken
Unknown: Beryl Desmond
Producer: Susan Denny

: Woman's Hour

Introduced by Sue MacGregor Agent, Schlepper and Confidante. PAT ROWE meets Norma Fames , the woman who according to
Spike Milligan 'has power of attorney over everything in my life except the Execution Squad'.
The Greengage Summer (11) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Rowe
Unknown: Norma Fames
Unknown: Spike Milligan
Editor: Sandra Chalmers

: Afternoon Theatre

Musk and Amber by JON MANCHIP WHITE
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Manchip White

: Ruskin at Brantwood

Brantwood, a rambling house on the shore of Coniston Water, was for 28 years the home of one of Victorian England's most eminent writers, John Ruskin (1819-1900), art critic, social thinker, moralist.
Michael Oliver visits Brantwood and enquires into the significance of Ruskin's work today. Producer KEVIN JACKSON
(First broadcast in Kaleidoscope)

Contributors

Unknown: John Ruskin
Unknown: Michael Oliver
Producer: Kevin Jackson

: Story Time

The Lantern Bearers by ROSEMARY SUTCLIFF abridged in ten parts by MONICA GREY
Read by David Davis (1)
The last part of the Roman army is leaving Britain. Those Roman settlers who chose to remain behind cannot believe that their way of life may face collapse at any moment. They strive to retain the civilisation created over long generations. Producer GRAHAM GAULD

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Sutcliff
Read By: David Davis
Producer: Graham Gauld

: PM

with Gordon Clough and Valerie Singleton continued on VHF 5.50-5.55

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Clough
Unknown: Valerie Singleton

: The Six O'Clock News

with PAULINE BUSHNELL including Financial Report

Contributors

Unknown: Pauline Bushnell

: Just a Minute

Stereo

: News

: The Archers

(Repeated: Tuesday 1.40 pm)

: Science Now

Over nine-tenths of the earth's fresh water is locked up in the vast ice sheet which blankets the most remote continent -
Antarctica. Perched precariously on the edge of the frozen expanse are the huts and laboratories where scientists of the British Antarctic survey live and work for months at a stretch.
Peter Evans discovers what research in these extreme conditions has revealed about the ice, the rocks beneath it and the wildlife around the South Pole.
Producer DEBORAH COHEN

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Evans
Producer: Deborah Cohen

: Talk of the Town, Talk of the Country

with Stanley Ellis
5: Tyneside and Beyond
'In the North-East, there are at least 12 different accents that vary from Ashington where it's very Northumbrian down to Durham where it gets a bit softer, but with that accent everybody knows you come from the North-East.'
(BOBBY HOOPER )
Field research by ROLAND BIBBY

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Ellis
Unknown: Bobby Hooper
Unknown: Roland Bibby

: The Monday Play

Show of Hands by ALAN HOWE 'You've been moving machinery out of there for going on three months. Strange wagons turning up at weekends, like bummers' men on overtime.... And when the Monday morning shift goes in, there's just an oilstain on the floor where a lathe had been standing.'
Directed by TONY CUFF BBC Manchester
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Howe
Directed By: Tony Cuff
Kit Bradford: Malcolm Terris
Bostock: Edward Wilson
Sylvia: Lizzie McKenzie
Jean: Belinda Chapman
Simmy: Alan Hockey
Rushworth: Adrian Stocks
Molly Bradford: Barbara Marten
Harry Nesbit: Brian Southwood
Bogie: Peter Wheeler
Club organist: Nigel Ogden

: Arts Season

National Winner
A traditional view of the Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales. Tonight Dafydd Elis Thomas , socialist and Plaid Cymru mp, takes a critical look at the Festival - its rhyme and reason. Producer RICHARD THOMAS
(First broadcast on Radio Wales)

Contributors

Unknown: Dafydd Elis Thomas
Producer: Richard Thomas

: A Book at Bedtime

The Parasites by DAPHNE DU MAURIER abridged in 12 parts by MARGARET ETALL
Read by PENELOPE LEE (6)

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Etall
Read By: Penelope Lee

: The World Tonight

Presenter Alexander MacLeod
11.0 Headlines
Editor BLAIR THOMSON on VHF until 11.0

Contributors

Presenter: Alexander MacLeod
Editor: Blair Thomson

: Study on 4

Training Revolution First of three programmes Margaret Korving re-visits some of the people running the new TVEI School Syllabus, and evaluates progress at the end of its first full year. Series producer GORDON HUTCHINGS

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Korving
Producer: Gordon Hutchings

: Open University

11.30 Control of Education.
11.50 Music interlude.

: Music at Night

Hungarian folk music arrangements: records

: News









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