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7 45* Thought for the Day
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9.5 A Service for Schools I am David (2) Read by JOHNNY MORRIS
9.25 Secondary English (11-11) 6: Sport and How to Avoid it by DAVID IAN NEVILLE
9.50 First Steps in Drama North American Indians 3: Storytelling by JANET YOUNG
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3: Give or Take
Some give money quietly, expecting no reward; for others, charity is business and must show an adequate return.
In the third of four programmes, Laurie Taylor meets those who give, and those who gain - and asks what motivates, and divides them.
Researcher MARINA SALANDY Producer SHARON BANOFF
Great Aunt Harriet by SHIRLKY MITCHELL
Read by Stephanie Turner
'Suddenly I wanted to be away from this mean little street - away from this sad-eyed woman who might yet cast a jinx on my happiness.'
Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Birmingham
11.0 Noticeboard News of what's new for 85/86 on BBC School's Radio Presenter TONY BARNFIELD
11.5 In the News A weekly look at what's new, what's in the news and what the news is all about.
11.30 Wavelength YTS In Action What next? Job prospects, further education or unemployment Presented by ANDY PEEBLES
'First aid now took over an hour a day. My boots had collapsed a week ago. along with my instep, and all that stood between me and Mother Gunge was the folded works of the Northern Edition of RADIO TIMES.'
The last of five talks recalling
Barry Pilton 's unheroic account of one man's encounter with Britain's most gruelling walk. Read by David Roper
Producer THOMAS SUTCLIFFE
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Anansi Spider and the Pudding Tree adapted by LEILA BERG
2.5 The Music Box Written and presented by MICHAEL BURNETT and SANDRA KERR
2.20 Living Language With GEORGE LAYTON The Third Class Genie (2) by ROBERT LEESON
2.40 Health Education My Body Germs in the Air by EDWARD KELSEY
Pretty Polly by MAUREEN DONEGAN
When Felix takes she to a seance where people regress to their former lives, she has no idea she will discover a past life of her own or that Felix played a part in it.
Directed by GERRY JONES Stereo
Let Neil Landor together with the help of the BBC Reference Library sort out the answers to your questions.
Questions, on a postcard please, to: Enquire Within, BBC, Broadcasting House. London WIA 1AA Producer FRAN ACHESON Stereo
4: The Enormous Radio byjOHNCHEEVER
Read by Matt Zimmerman
She turned the radio on. The dials flooded with a malevolent green....
Producer BERT COULES
(Matt Zimmerman is in 'Singin' in the Rain' at the London Palladium)
Written by HELEN LEADBEATER Cast for the week:
A chance to air your views on some of the subjects raised in last week's Any Questions?
Introduced by John Timpson Producer CAROLE STONE BBCBristol
Send your letters to:
Any Answers? BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Marriage is an alluring yet accident-prone institution. It can begin in high spirits, but quickly tire or take a wrong turning. Over 93 per cent of Britain's population will be committed to it by the age of 50. many for the second or third time. But current research shows that contemporary marriage is under serious stress. The changing role of women. high expectations of personal fulfilment and unemployment are just some of the factors influencing its well-being. Libby Purves takes a turn around some of the awkward corners along with John Patten , mp.
Jo Richardson , Sue Slipman and others.
If you wish to put your point of view. please phone [number removed]. Researcher CAROLINE DONNE Producers SUE DAVIES and JOHN NEWBURY Stereo
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