Presented by Brian Redhead and Peter Hobday
6.30,7.30,8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News With ROGER PARRY
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by LAURIE MACMILLAN
7.25*. 8.25* Sport
With CHARLES COL VILE
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
8.50* Your Letters
Aunt Hetty by HILL SLAVID
Read by Cyril Shaps
When you're down on your luck, with no job and an ex-wife who gives you a hard time, you need all the encouragement you can get - someone like Aunt Hetty. Producer mttch RAPER
Presented by John Roberts
Every hour of the day, 365 days a year, the Pentagon spends
28 million dollars on America's defence. But much of it is being wasted: on ashtrays that cost
660 dollars, coffee pots that cost 7,600 dollars - and on weapons that don't even shoot straight.
Over the Reagan years the Pentagon has been getting fewer bangs for its bucks, while critics say the American taxpayer is being fleeced. But how did it happen and what lessons are there for Britain?
Producer HEATHER PAYTON
Exclusive and exciting coverage, live from the only unseeded court at Wimbledon -Court 19.
Plus comments on the weather from Dan Wimbledon and Gerald Brownnoser ... and interviews and action from some of the top names in the Met Office today. With and Song by Philip POPE and ANGUS DEAYTON
Written by ANGUS DEAYTON and GEOFFREY PERKINS
With additional material by JON CANTER , JOHN DOCHERTY ,
MORAY HUNTER and JEREMY PASCALL Producer JAMIE RIX
Stereo ● FEATURE: page 15
Introduced from Manchester by Lesley Judd
PROFESSOR ROLAND SMITH has been dubbed 'the Professor of Profit'. As Chairman of the House of Fraser, he masterminded the recent stormy take-over battle for Harrods; but he also holds the Chair of Marketing at
Manchester University. He discusses his seemingly diverse lifestyle, as businessman and academic.
Producer LIZ CARNEY BBC Manchester
Breakfast at Tiffany's by TRUMAN CAPOTE
Read and abridged in seven parts by WILLIAM ROBERTS (7) (Music: Mancini's 'Breakfast at Tiffany's and 'Moonriver')
A new series of programmes about events and sporting activities in, on or under, water. Cliff Michelmore presents a round-up which includes a trip to Henley for the annual
Regatta, tips on how to build your own hovercraft and a preview of the City of Plymouth Round Britain and Ireland Yacht Race.
Producer CAROLINE ELLIOT
Love Among the Pelicans Bound in leather and beautifully tooled Mr Cliff
Hanger has selected at random from the aching shelves of his library this week's veracious volume. A tale of romance and true love, in a world where your wildest dreams may come true.... Written and performed by Rebecca Stephens
Robin Driscoll , Tony Haase and Peter McCarthy Producer NICK SYMONS BBC Manchester
What is the future of Church of England schools? Should experimentation be allowed on embryos? And what do members of the church think about a change in Sunday trading laws? Rosemary Hartill , the BBC's Religious Affairs
Correspondent, reports on these debates and others in this week's meeting of the General
Synod, the Church of England's Parliament.
Producer JOHN FORREST
Judges, magistrates, barristers and others contribute to this topical weekly magazine which examines issues thrown up by the courts and by Parliament, and considers the administration and practice of justice.
Presented by Joshua Rozenberg Producer ANTHONY MONCRIEFF
Norman Lamont , mp, Minister of State, Department of Trade and Industry
The Rev Donald Reeves ,
Rector, St James 's Church, Piccadilly
Ann Mallalieu, barrister
The Rt Hon Enoch Powell , mp, tackle the issues raised by the audience in London
Chairman John Timpson
Producer CAROLE STONE. BBC Bristol
with Bill Wallis , David Tate
Sally Grace and Andrew Sachs Written by IAN BROWN
RICHARD QUICK . PAUL B. DA VIES JAMES HENDRIE , MARTIN BOOTH PETER SINCLAIR. STUART SILVER PETER HICKEY and others
Producer JENNIE CAMPBELL
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