Presented by John Timpson and Peter Hobday
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
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7.0,8.0 Today's News
Read by LAURIE MACMILLAN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
With CHARLES COLVILE
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
9.5 A Service for Schools Raman the Cobbler (2) by ANTHONY SCHOOLING
9.25 Secondary English (11-14) 8: Footsie by ANDY KEMPE
9.50 First Steps in Drama Children in the Past
2: Children of the Blitz by DEIRDRE GRIFFIN
10.10 Playtime Presented by SHIREEN SHAH and IAIN LAUCHLAN
10.25 Talk to a Sports Star Netball with JILLEAN HipSEY. Captain of England, and RON PICKERING
In 1784 Marmaduke Strother , an ambitious apprentice in a Hull draper's shop, began a journal as part of his great plan for self-improvement.
He recorded his own thoughts and aspirations and also his shrewd observations of daily life in the town.
James Munson has selected from this unusual source to introduce young Marmaduke in his own words. with Narrator DAPHNE OXENFORD Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
The Student by MAIRIN O'CONNOR
Read by Trudy Keller
'She came from the heat of Alabama and found heat in Connemara.
It was unbelievable and utterly dismaying. Back in the USA through the early days of summer when temperatures were climbing steadily to the 90s, she had cheered herself with the thought of three weeks in the cool windy places of the west of Ireland.'
Producer KATHRYN PORTER BBC Northern Ireland
ll.ONoticeboard TONY BARNFIELD 'S end-of-term round-up of BBC School Radio News for teachers
11.5 In the News A weekly look at what's new what's in the news and what the news is all about. Presented by FRANK PARTRIDGE Letters and tapes should be sent to: In the News. BBC School Radio, Broadcasting House London W1A 1AA. Message Machine [number removed]
11.30 Wavelength International Youth Year Presented by ANDY PEEBLES
1.55 Listening Corner Presented by SUSANNA DAWSON and TIM MUNRO
2.5 The Music Box Written and presented by MICHAEL BURNETT and SANDRA KERR
2.20 Living Language With GEORGE LAYTON All Your Own
2.40 Health Education My Body The Body Fights Back by EDWARD KELSEY
Introduced by Sue MacGregor A Letter to My Daughter: in the first of a new series
ANGELA HUTH writes a letter to her baby girl - to be read in 20 years from now.
Breakfast at Tiffany's by TRUMAN CAPOTE; abridged and read in seven episodes by William Roberts (1)
I'd been living in the house about a week when I noticed that the mailbox belonging to
Apartment 2 had a curious card. It read: Miss Holiday Golightly; and underneath in the comer, Travelling.
(Music: Mancini's 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' and 'Moonriver')
Meek and Mild by MICHAEL MCSTAY with and The older members of the Sports and Social Club tend to spend more time bending their elbows at the bar than in sporting activities and their wives are, quite rightly, distrustful of the amount of time that they spend there. But the 'Old Stagers' tennis tournament brings out their sporting instincts in more ways than one.
Old Wentworthian.DAViD SINCLAIR Directed by JANE MORGAN Stereo
(George Raistrick is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
Doorman at the strip club:
Written by SIMON FRITH Cast for the week:
'The thing that I'm trying to express in all my sculpture is joy - praise of the creation.' David Wynne 's recent commission to replace the medieval sculpture of Christ on the west front of Wells
Cathedral will be unveiled by HRH The Prince of Wales tomorrow. In conversation with Sue MacGregor , David Wynne describes how he set about this project, and talks about the inspiration which informs all his work, whether he's sculpting a horse, a gorilla or public personalities as diverse as Baden-Powell, Yehudi Menuhin or Virginia Wade.
Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
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Editor MARLENE PEASE
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