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8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Turkey or goose, pudding or pie? All the excitement and worry of planning for
Christmas is at hand.
Mary Berry and Glyn Christian join
Judith Chalmers with hints, advice and new ideas for festive food.
Produced by the Woman's Hour unit
Lines open from 8.0 am
Syren of sullen moods and fading hues,
Yet haply no incapable of joy, Sweet Autumn, I thee hail...!
Roger McGough , Susan Jameson and Richard Derrington welcome Autumn-the season of ever-changing colours, moods and activities. Producer MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE BBC Birmingham
by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn
Adapted for radio by the producer Pete Atkin
Adapted for radio by/Producer:
Betty Oldham, MP:
Sir Mark Spencer:
Ashley by PHILIP LATHAM In the autumn of 1944 12-year-old Ashley is evacuated from Plymouth, where he has lost his family as a result of the bombing. But new terrors await him on the farm to which he has been sent....
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol. Stereo
Sixty years ago Methuen published a children's book entitled When We Were Very Young. Together with its sequels, Winnie-the-Pooh, Now We Are Six, and The House at Pooh Corner, it proved a sensational success, bringing reluctant fame to its author, Alan Milne. For his son, whose childhood games provided the centrepiece of the stories, it brought an unwelcome immortality. Barry Norman talks to
Christopher Robin Milne and friends about the real world of Winnie-the-Pooh.
Research CAROLINE DALY
Producer ROGER MACDONALD
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(Repeated: Wednesday 1.40 pm)
Cast for the week:
Professor Alan Gemmell visits the gardens at Newstead Abbey, once the home of Lord Byron and now owned by Nottingham City Council. (Newstead Abbey is on the A60, nine miles north of Nottingham) Producer MURDOCH MCPHERSON BBC Scotland
11.0 The Chip Shop Presented by Barry Norman What is happening in the world of computers and does it matter? Producer TREVOR TAYLOR Chipline London [number removed]Liverpool [number removed]Bristol [number removed] Birmingham [number removed] Stereo
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