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Which Way Now?
Choosing your Os and CSEs?
Decisions about exams in your third year at school determine what you can do at 16. Entry qualifications change, new subjects and examinations are introduced - and they all influence job and careers prospects. For help and advice, call Anne Barry , Careers Co-ordinator from Beacon
School in Crowborough, and Ian Clark from Mabel Fletcher College of Further Education in Liverpool.
In the Chair Judith Chalmers Produced by the Woman's Hour unit Lines open from 8.0 am
The Enniskeltie Marathon by JOYCE BEGG
Read by Mark Mulholland
The original plan to hold the Enniskeltie Games was the brainchild of the Community Council, and while it seemed in essence a splendid idea, several inhibiting factors became apparent as time went on. Producer KATHRYN PORTER BBC Northern Ireland
The Arrest by EMYR HUMPHREYS
1969: Two men meet on the way to jail - a minister who claims political status, and a hardened convict.
Outside the police-van, Wales is celebrating the Investiture of Prince Charles. But for
Gwilym Elias the day will have other memories.
Directed by ADRIAN MOURBY BBC Wales
(Emrys James is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
The Rev Gwilym Elias:
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
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Pancakes UP!: ROSE ELLIOT tosses a few, fills them with delicious mixtures, both sweet and savoury, and even cooks some in the oven.
The Summer of the Barshinskeys by DIANE PEARSON , abridged by DELIA PATON in ten episodes. Read by Patti Holloway (1)
It was in the summer of 1902 that the exotic
Nikolai Barshinskey and his family arrived in a sleepy English village. Their effect, particularly on the Willoughby family, was to be dramatic and lasting.
(Music: Adler's Wilderness Suite)
The Grimm Tale of an Old Master
A fairy story for art-lovers by ANDREW SACHS
Gentle Jack , honest son of poor parents, becomes apprentice to Ottmar Daub , the official - if barely competent - court painter at the Royal
Palace. As Daub's consumption of wine increases, and his ability to paint decreases, so Jack takes on more and more until, eventually, he is completing entire canvases, signature and all. So - when is a Daub not a daub?
Courtiers, maidens, villagers, gentle people and 'coarse' played by GRAHAM BLOCKEY ,
ARNOLD DIAMOND , JENNY FUNNELL ,
ANNE JAMESON , BRIAN SMITH , ALAN THOMPSON and MELINDA WALKER Directed by GLYN DEARMAN Stereo
Compiled by MADELEINE BINGHAM from the correspondence between Princess Lieven and Francois Guizot with Dorothy Tutin and Julian Glover
In 1837 the Russian Princess Dorothee Lieven was living alone in self-exile in Paris. At 51, she was a charming, elegant and wilful lady, feared as a political intriguer. She was also the frequently unfaithful wife of a dull
Francois Guizot was 54, a former professor at the Sorbonne, a statesman and future French Ambassador at St James's Court, and a widower. He was destined to be her last, and most devoted, lover.
Directed by JOHN THEOCHARIS Stereo
In 1945 Jan Lodvik Hoch was awarded the Military Cross by Field-Marshal Montgomery. Better-known now as multi-millionaire
Robert Maxwell , he seems to have spent his life successfully combating enemy action in the world of publishing.
William Davis discovers why he does it.
Producer HELEN ROBSON Editor ROGER MACDONALD
Crisis in Education The first of four programmes. PROFESSOR TED WRAGG Of the University of Exeter discusses some of the questions which concern him. This week: parent participation. Series producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
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