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One in 20 people suffer from eczema at some point in their lives. What is it and why can it be so persistent? How is it controlled? Are there different kinds of eczema and is it connected with allergic asthma?
Millie Stein , Chairman of the National Eczema Society, and Dr Chris Zachary , a dermatologist, answer your questions.
Presented by Barbara Myers
Produced by the Woman's Hour unit Lines open from 8.0 am
A panel game devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON
Dilys Powell and Frank Muir challenge Antonia Fraser and Denis Norden
In the Chair Michael O'Donnell Questions compiled by PETER MOORE Producer PETE ATKIN
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Moving Molly by SHIRLEY HUGHES
2.5 History: Long Ago The Royal Mail by victor LUCAS
2.25 Listen and Read Radio Thin King (14)
2.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories): A Walk in Wolf Wood 2: Wolf Sickness
Introduced by Sue MacGregor 'It's Just Like a Spouting
Whale....': ANDREA ADAMS looks at causes, and cures - to say nothing of methods - for coping with that marital curse - snoring.
The Battle of the Villa Fiorita (12)
by ELIZABETH TROOP withand
Sheila has been a bit of a Daddy's girl, over-protected by her father. On holiday with a cynical friend, Joy, she begins to grow up ...
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY Stereo
Today the boundary between Spain and Gibraltar, closed by General Franco in 1969, reopens as Spain prepares to enter the EEC. Vincent Kane presents a portrait of life on the Rock: its people, its past, its prospects.
Producer RICHARD THOMAS BBC Wales
The 27th Kingdom by ALICE THOMAS ELLIS abridged and read in seven parts by Elizabeth Proud 7: The Final Flight
Producer ROBERT COOPER BBC Manchester
(Starting tomorrow: From Russia with Love by Ian Fleming )
Victor Lownes brought Playboy and its Bunnies to London in the Swinging 60s. He was the highest-paid executive in the UK when Playboy sacked him.
Undeterred, he has come bouncing back into London's nightlife.
William Davis talks to him in his London home. Producer HELEN ROBSON
Editor ROGER MACDONALD
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In which a guest is invited to enthuse about a favourite work of literature.
John Marson , Principal Harpist with the BBC
Symphony Orchestra, chooses his all-time favourite novel, one he has read at least seven times. It is Tristram Shandy , Laurence Sterne 's epic
18th-century novel, which has been described as 'the greatest shaggy-dog story in the language'.
Presented by Paul Vaughan Reader GARY WATSON
Producer MIRIAM NEWMAN
(First broadcast on BBC World Service)
Staying in Business Anyone can start a business - but what does it take to keep it going? In these six programmes PETER HOBDAY finds out abuut the surprises, crises and decisions that can crop up in the early years of a new enterprise. 5: Developing the Business
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