Presented by Brian Redhead and John Timpson
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News with ROGER PARRY
7.0,8.0 Today's News
Read by PETER DONALDSON
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
With CHARLES COLVILLE
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Isabella's Eyes by MARGE BLAINE
Read by Jill Balcon
Isabella was a rich. beautiful and spoilt child. When she grew up all the young men of the village wanted her. Maria was poor and plain - and very jealous.
Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
David Crystal returns with another series often programmes for anyone who speaks or listens to English.
This week he finds out whether you can buy your way to social and professional success by taking a course to improve your English.
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1.55 Listening Corner
3: Andrew McAndrew and the Red Bike
2.0-2.30 Par Etapes French Graded Objectives (2) 3: Travelling by Train and at 2.15 4: In a Café
2.30-3.0 English for Examinations (14-17) Communication (Are you receiving me?) 2: Making it Clear
2.30 Based on interviews Presented by BRIAN REDHEAD Written by RAYMOND ESCOFFEY
2.45 Dramatised version by DAVID SELF
Relics by ANNA FOX with Harry Andrews as George and Elizabeth Sellars as Pam George and Pam meet in a waiting-room in a large country house where they have gone for an interview. As time goes by. it seems they are the only people there and perhaps they have been forgotten. When the snow begins to fall outside, their sense of isolation increases.
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON Stereo
Case histories from listeners form the basis of this weekly investigation into allegations that can include unfairness. injustice, bureaucratic bungling, or even fraud. Presented by Roger Cook Producer JOHN EDWARDS
The environment programme Presented by Hugh Sykes Public Inquiries: Are they expensive, futile charades or a necessary part of a democratic planning process?
Acid Rain: Schoolchildren have been carrying out their own experiments and have some advice to offer Government scientists.
The European Environmental Film Festival: The stars this year include a nuclear power reactor. Swedish forests and a non-flushing toilet.
Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE
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0 let us love our occupations Bless the squire and his relations.
Live upon our daily rations
And always know our proper stations.
The last of three reflections of rural life in Victorian England by Neil Philip.
White Slaves of England With music by GEORGE AND ISOBEL DEACON Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol Stereo
In the last of three programmes which look at modern-day forensic medicine,
Dr David Whittaker , a forensic dentist from the Welsh College of Medicine. Cardiff, talks about how his work is linked with that of the forensic pathologist and discusses some of the many aspects of identification and history that can be gleaned from teeth.
Presented by Richard Rees Producers PAUL EVANS and RICHARD REES Stereo
Get By in Portuguese A five-programme beginners' course. With SUZETTE MACEDO and CARLOS ALVES
2: Finding Somewhere to Stay Study booklet. £2.25: set of two cassettes, £7.48 from local retailers or [address removed]
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