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by DAVE MORRIS with Sue Jenkins as Mary and David Fleeshman as Steve There's always a problem when people go on holiday -what to do about the plants.
But Mary has her own idea - why not ring the phone-in programme on the radio and ask for a tip? That's when the problems really begin.
With the voices of PETER WHEELER , ALAN PARTINGTON and PETER MACQUEEN
Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester
The last programme in the series. 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 Comer Today's story: The Yellow Ball by DES cox
2.5 History: Long Ago The Wars Against Napoleon Life in Nelson's Navy by IAN SORLEY
2.25 Listen and Read: Radio Thin King (17) by DEREK FARMER
2.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories): Who is Pippa? adapted from Race Against Wolves by NORA ROCK
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Home is Where the Art is:
FRANCES DONNELLY explores the concept of running an art gallery from your own home. Shadows on Our Skin by JENNIFER JOHNSTON abridged in 11 episodes by SALLY SKRIMSHIRE
Read by Sam Dale (1)
Young Joe Logan is growing up in Derry in Northern
Ireland, the child of a rabidly Republican father who lives in the past. Joe's friendship with the schoolteacher, Kathleen Doherty , offers a welcome escape, until Joe's elder 6 brother comes home.
(Music: Horselips' Time to Kill)
That's Not What Little Girls Are Made Of by BARBARA ANN VTLLIERS
On board a passenger ship sailing from Sydney to
England. Melanie -a : 13-year-old Mancunian -is far from pleased when her mother apparently discovers a glamorous alternative to life in 'the street' in the shape of a rather shady film director....
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
(Harry Towb is in 'Little Shop of Horrors' at the Comedy Theatre, London) Stereo
Archaeology - The Preserve of the Over-40s?
Malcolm Billings attended the Young Archaeologists' Conference held at
Southampton University in February. Undergraduates, post-graduates, the staff of archaeological units and museums throughout the country came together to discuss the future of archaeology in Britain. They expressed their concern for museums, ancient monuments and rescue archaeology in a rapidly changing environment and considered the best ways of taking Britain's heritage into the 21st century.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
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Five documentary reports by Bernard Jackson
1: Crossroads of Christendom The Vatican is frequently in the news: the Pope gives an address to the crowds assembled in St Peter 's
Square; Michelangelo's Pietd is damaged; an Italian banker with Papal connections goes to London and is found hanged; in St Peter 's Square there is an assassination attempt on the Pope himself....
But what really lies behind the visible face of the Holy
See? And how did the Vatican become the tiny but controversial state that it is today?
Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
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Crisis in Education Third of four programmes Economies in the public service profoundly affect education. PROFESSOR TED WRAGG assesses the impact of cutbacks in a number of areas of the education system, and asks how fit it is to face the future.
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