1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: The Shops Go to Polly and Martin by NICK WARBURTON
2.5 Something to Think About What a Great Big Puddle! by ANITA HEWETT
2.15 Quest: Moving On by DAVID SELF
2.35 Pictures in Your Mind (Music): Peter and the Wolf by SERGEI PROKOFIEV
2.45 Nature: Observing and Painting Animals (RV) by MAURICE WILSON
A Little Touch of Death by GILLIAN TINDALL
Angie and George have been happily married for years. Suddenly the multitude of niggling everyday worries that have bound them together are swept away by the invasion of one great enormous fear which threatens to destroy their relationship.
Directed by SUSAN HOGG
A last chance to hear Steve Brown , Helen Lederer , Clive Mantle and Nick Wilton.
Music by STEVE BROWN
Written by ARNOLD BROWN ,
PAUL B. DAVIES , JOHN DOCHERTY JAMES HENDRIE , MORAY HUNTER HELEN MURRY , VICKI PILE,
ROGER PLANER , NICK WILTON and JAMIE RIX
Producer JAMIE RIX
(Clive Mantle is in 'Of Mice and Men' at the Mermaid Theatre, London) Stereo
Hugh Sykes examines the lives of some 20th-century people who rebelled against society's conventions, and considers the price they had to pay for their acts of rebellion. 4: Paul Robeson
Researcher MIKE WOOLF
Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE
Between the Wars, before the paperback was bom, the ending library had its heyday. Women, in particular, discovered a passion for reading - and a new generation of lady novelists rose up in the leafy suburbs. But this literary explosion failed to produce a feminist revolution. Despite the many new freedoms and opportunities, most women preferred, in the end, to keep their passions quiet at home.
Presented by Frances DonneUy Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE o HEAR THIS! page 16
Six lighthearted talks in which David Moreau recollects his largely unsuccessful attempts to come to grips with life. 1: Playing Doctors
'Whenever you're changing a typewriter ribbon and bursting to go to the loo, someone always knocks at the door. It's a bit like that with my compassion.'
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