by ENID BAGNOLD abridged in four parts by NEVILLE TELLER
Read by Wendy Hiller (1) In 1914 the author was 25 years old. At the outbreak of war she went to work as a VAD nurse at the Royal
Herbert Hospital, Woolwich.
In 1918 she published this diary of her years there - a portrait of the whole miniature world of the hospital, self-absorbed, unreal, yet, through the eyes of this watching, pitying girl, more real to us at this distance than the reality. Producer GRAHAM GAULD
9.5 A Service For Schools People with a Purpose (2)
9.25 Secondary English (11-14) Language in Action
6: The Development of Writing and Word-Carriers
9.50 First Steps In Drama The Romans
1: Growing up in Rome by JANET YOUNG and SHEILA FRASER Presented by TONY AITKEN
10.25 In Your Own Time Presented by ANNE NIGHTINGALE
Live every Thursday morning and broadcast simultaneously on BBC1 and Radio 4, an audience of 150 start their day with a chance to have their say about issues which guarantee a good argument long after the headlines have faded.
Paul Sieghart puts their opinions to the test. Research JUDY HILL and ANN CHANCELLOR DA VIES Producers JULIET MAY and ELAINE BEDELL
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX BBC Birmingham
A Radiovision Unit production
A weekly guide to your rights at work.
5: Discipline, Dismissal and Redundancy
What power does your boss have to discipline you? Can you be sacked if you're continually ill? If you're made redundant, is your firm legally obliged to offer you alternative work?
Paul Heiney tries to unravel your rights and how to enforce them with barrister Jeremy McMullen.
Reporter John Buckley Producer BILL MORRIS
Editor LESLIE ROBINSON
Early morning theatre presents
Singers of an Autumn Night by TREVOR OXFORD-HYPHEN-CAMBRIDGE
David returns to Lakeside
Farm to discover Jenny has melted, Brian thinks he's a telephone, and Sandra has married a chicken - but all is not as it seems.... Starring and Written by ROB GRANT and DOUG NAYLOR
Music by PETER BREWIS
Producer ALAN 'Polytechnic' NIXON
1.55 Listening Comer Today's story Anansi Spider and the Pudding Tree adapted by LEILA BERG
2.5 The Music Box Written and presented by MICHAEL BURNETT and SANDRA KERR
2.20 Living Language The Wanderer (5) Adapted from The Odyssey
2.40 Newscast Presented by UBBY FAWBERT
Introduced by Sue MacGregor It started by scaring the pants off the British male and many men haven't adjusted their dress since then. JENNY CUFFE reports on the effect of Women's Lib upon the nation's men.
Cluny Brown (7)
Anglo-American Attitudes Hunter Davies packs his dictionary and inspects his insularity on a tour of 0. Henry country and, with the help of novelist William Boyd , examines how we see them and they see us.
Producer SIMON ELMES
In the 1920s, little Winifred Mason never met another younger girl, Edna Edmunds , who was also playing in the Forest of Dean. Now they meet as Winifred Foley , best-selling author of A Child in the Forest, and Edna Healey , writer and wife of The Rt Hon Denis Healey , mp. Together they retrace the secret paths through foxgloves and fern which led to such unexpected destinies.
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
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