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11.0 Music Makers A Midsummer Nightmare (7) With IAN HUMPHRIS and HELEN SPEIRS
11.20 Let's Move! 7: Explorers (2) Presented by SHEELAGH GILBEY
11.40 Johnny Ball 's Maths Games 7: Weight a Minute! Written and presented by JOHNNY BALL
11.50 Poetry Comer 7: Pigs
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.
2: Lord Biro arrives with his menagerie. He attempts the seduction of both Stinking Iris and Dorothy. His mysterious half-cousin is in labour.
William is afflicted by his ailment....
Music by STEPHEN OLIVER sung by CANTABILE
Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE Stereo
Samuel Tailor Cholericke:
1.55 Listening Corner This week: Favourite Colours Presented by LOUIS ROBINSON Storyteller GABRIELLE DRAKE Today's story: The Big Red Bubble by DES cox Script by ALAN LAMBERT Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Birmingham
2.5 Playtime Presented by TONI ARTHUR and DAVID MOSES with JUDY BENNETT
2.20 Introducing Science Look After Yourself. Unit 2:3
2.40 Noticeboard Secondary School Radio News With TONY BARNFIELD
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 'I'm just a member of the public....': the story of Roger, a schizophrenic, told by his mother Kathleen to JENNI MILLS. The Summer of the Barshinskeys by DIANE PEARSON abridged in ten episodes by DELIA PATON.
Read by PATTI HOLLOWAY (10) (Music: Alder's Wilderness Suite) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
Starting tomorrow: 'Shadows on Our Skin' by Sally Skrimshire
Miss Mole by E. H YOUNG abridged in ten parts by ANN REES-JONES
Read by June Barrie (1)
In a city remarkably similar to Bristol, Hannah Mole puts all her wit and imagination into transforming the unhappy Corder family - with results both funny and dramatic. Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
Six views on different aspects of being a woman emerge in conversation with Anne Brown. 2: Betty Lockwood - Getting Equal
What has motivated this woman from a back-to-back in Yorkshire to a seat in the House of Lords?
Baroness Lockwood, former chairman of the Equal
Opportunities Commission, looks at what was lost and gained along the way. Producer LIZ JENSEN BBC Birmingham
by SHEILA YEGER
Peter Flack is in charge of the Primate House at Mountjoy Zoo. He is especially happy when listening to classical music with his close friend, George, the gorilla. But Flack's happiness is threatened when the zoo's finances demand a sacrifice.
Committee member....JOHN WEBB Directed by DAVID SPENSER
V. S. Pritchett
I began to write short stories because they were short - 7 didn't think I had the breath to go on month after month in one long narrative.
For more than 50 years Sir
Victor Pritchett has found the breath to produce enough short stories, essays, travel writing and criticism to ensure a permanent place in the history of English
Literature. In conversation with Richard Mayne he talks about his life and work. Producer CARROLL MOORE Editor THOMAS SUTCLIFFE
The Green Man by KINGSLEY AMIS abridged in ten episodes by JOHN SCOTNEY
Read by Julian Glover (1)
One sultry August evening Maurice Allington , owner of the Green Man , sees the ghost of a silent, staring woman in the family's part of the house. At first he blames his drinking, but very soon it appears that an ancient and malevolent presence has reached out to him and his family from the grave. Producer MAURICE LErrcH
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Get By in Spanish Five programmes for travellers on business or holiday. 4: Getting the Time Asking when places are open or closed, and finding out about trains. With MARIA ANTONIA MARCOS and EDUARDO DELGADO. Study booklet £1.75; set of two cassettes, £7.48, available from [address removed] or local retailers
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