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A Nice Old Man by JOHN G. MILLER
Read by John Westbrook The English couple are caravanning in Ireland and revelling in the quiet loch where they've stopped for the night. But the silence is deceptive....
Producer mitch RAPER
11.0 Music Makers A Midsummer Nightmare(6) With IAN HUMPHRIS and HELEN SPEIRS
11.20 Let's Move! 6: Explorers (1) Written by KATE HARRISON
11.40 Johnny Ball 's Maths Games 6: Round and Round Written and presented by JOHNNY BALL
11.50 Poetry Comer 6: Upside Down
An Everyday Story of Towering Genius by SUE LIMB
A soap opera in four parts, set in and around the Lake District at the turn of the 18th century. 1: Dorothy is worried about
William. Stinking Iris concocts herbal remedies. The
Leechpedlar delivers a letter and Samuel Tailor Cholericke arrives....
Music by STEPHEN OLIVER sung by CANTABILE
Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE Stereo
0 FEATURE: page 17
Samuel Tailor Cholericke:
1.55 Listening Comer This week: Daytime /Night-time Presented by SYLVIA KING with children from Lodge Infant School, West Bromwich Storyteller JOHNNY morris Today's story: Peace at Last by JILL MURPHY Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Birmingham
2.5 Playtime Presented by ANDREW BRANCH and HARRIET POWELL With JUDY BENNETT
2.20 Introducing Science Unit 2
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 to 8-12 year olds.
Introduced by Liz Mardall
Soprano ELISABETH SODERSTROM is a national institution in her native Sweden, and her art brings pleasure to many. She talks about a career that spans more than 30 years. The Summer of the Barshinskeys by DIANE PEARSON abridged in ten episodes by DELIA PATON
Read by patti HOLLOWAY (5) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
Despite changing fashions with education, one part of school life remains - playtime. But how do modem children spend their precious minutes of freedom?
John Hedges has visited some of Britain's primary schools to find out.
Producer CATHY PACKE. (Revised rpt)
Six views on different aspects of being a woman emerge from conversations with Anne Brown.
1: Barbara Cartland - Queen of Romance
Prolific novelist, public campaigner and vitamin crusader, Barbara Cartland is an industry in herself. As a 20s debutante she discovered the addictiveness of romance -and for more than 60 years she has been providing the hottest-selling fixes in the world. Producer LIZ JENSEN BBC Birmingham
Men Should Weep by ENA LAMONT STEWART
A Glasgow tenement in the 1930s. A family struggling to survive with all the humour, guts and courage they possess, living with spirit and determination in the face of despair.
Directed by JAMES RUNCIE BBC Scotland. Stereo
as Maggie Morrison with:
as John Morrison:
Get By in Spanish An intensive language course in five weekly programmes for travellers on business or holiday.
3: Getting Around Asking where places are and following the directions. With MARIA ANTONIA MARCOS and EDUARDO DELGADO Study booklet, £ 1.75; set of two cassettes, £7.48. available from [address removed] or local retailers
12.30 Technology: Study Skills A series on introducing technology in secondary schools. Presented by PROFESSOR SYDNEY URRY, Moderator of the London University GCE 0- and A-level technology examinations. 1: Teachers' Programme and at 12.45 2: Materials
1.0 New Developments in Technology Education
1: Department of Education and Science - Courses and Training. HMI GEORGE HICKS talks to GRAHAM TAYAR
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