Schools programmes for this week are repeats of those broadcast last week for the benefit of those who were on half-term.
11.0 Music Makers A Midsummer Nightmare (5)
11.20 Let's Move!
5: The Runaway Pancake
11.40 Johnny Ball 's Maths Games
5: Back to Front to Back
11.50 Poetry Corner
5: Look Out, Stomach!
A non-stop comedy cabaret with Fundation who are Joe Griffiths (piano)
Gareth Hale , Norman Pace , Terry Morrison and Maryanne Morgan Written by FUNDATION with contributions from
CHARLIE ADAMS and GEOFFREY ATKINSON Producer ALAN NIXON
(Fundation are appearing at The Tramshed. Woolwich)
1.55 Listening Corner This Week: It's the Opposite Presented by HEDLI NIKLAUS Storyteller NICK OWEN g Today's story: Why is the Royal Bathwater So Cold Today? by DIANA STOW 5 ScriptbySHEILAFRASER= Producer MARY KALEMKER1AN BBC Birmingham 5
2.5 Playtime 5
2.20 Introducing Science Unit 2:1 How We Grow
2.40 Noticeboard Special Better Reception TONY BARNFIELD talks to EDWARD TRICKETT of BBC Engineering Information
2.45 Radio Club TOMMY BOYD and the Radio Club team bring you more items of interest for 8-12 year olds
Introduced by Liz Mardall Macho Men and Melting Women?:
ROBERT MCDONALD reports on the struggle for more rights for women in Spain.
Appointment with Venus by JERRARD TICKELL
Abridged in eight parts by PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Read by FRANK DUNCAN (8) (Music: Fletcher's An Epic Symphony)
Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
(Starting tomorrow: The Summer of the Barshinskeys by Diane Pearson )
With stereotypes in his knapsack and a hipflask full of the spirit of adventure,
Christopher Matthew sets out on a fresh collection of travellers' trails. Today, in the first of five programmes, he observes the rich getting quick at the Concorde Lounge, Heathrow.
Producer SIMON ELMES
Abridged in ten parts by LINDA TAYLOR
Jonathan Raban reads his own enthralling account of a journey by small boat down the Mississippi, where, afloat and ashore, his adventures rivalled those of his childhood hero, Huckleberry Finn (1)
Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBC Bristol
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Abridged by JUDY ALLEN Read by Jan Francis
Minnie Gome 's diary came into the hands of her great-great niece Judy Allen , who became fascinated by this account of life in 1876. In its pages Minnie recorded details of life aboard a clipper, a visit to Napoleon's grave on St
Helena and an evening at the theatre seeing Henry Irving as Hamlet.
Producer CHRISTOPHER VENNING
The Other Other Woman by AILEEN LA TOURETTE
When you're hurt, the temptation is to crawl into a private hole and to let the wounds fester. But Harriet's job as a teacher means that she has to respond to other people, and her friends insist on her opening up and letting the wounds bleed, however painful that may be.
The class: PETER ACRE
KIM BENSON , GRAHAM BLOCKEY MARK MONERO , MARTIN MURPHY OZZIE STEVENS , SADIE WEARING and KERRYANN WHITE
Directed by JANE MORGAN Stereo
Get By in Spanish An intensive language course in five weekly programmes for travellers on business or holiday.
2: Getting Your Shopping Done Going to the market: buying postcards and stamps; filling up the car. With MARtA ANTONIA MARCOS and EDUARDO DELGADO. Booklet 11.75, set of two cassettes £6.56, available from BBC Publications or your local retailer
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