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7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Steve Blacknell takes over the airwaves with continuous entertainment, including: Top 40 album tracks Jingles from The Mint Juleps Doctor Who: two episodes of Slipback by Eric Saward Adrian Mole gives advice on art, culture and politics written by Sue Townsend read by Nicholas Barnes Three episodes of the comic strip Lill the Biker written by Clive Riche all characters played by Miriam Margolyes Short features on the music scene Griff Rhys Jones reads Roald Dahl Clips from current comedy shows Spoof one-man movies by Paul B. Davies Street Entertainer of the Year direct from Covent Garden Short feature on pop magazines Phone-in to [number removed]to take part in quizzes. Prizes include radios, albums, books and T-shirts. Frank Tubbs at the Arts Desk Live guests in the studio Music and special effects by the BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE Stereo
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Pets as therapy, the unique
Plants of Napoleon's last refuge and the blue caves of the Bahamas are among the topics Peter France investigates, together with the latest in natural history news and discoveries.
Producer TIM GROUT-SMITH BBC Bristol
by CAROL ANN FRAZER
Read by Patricia Hayes
Now you're not to worry about a thing. You've had a bit of a stroke that's all, and you're in St Mary's Hospital, but you'll be out of here in no time at all.' BBC Birmingham
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Lost Children
GABRIELLE MCPHEDRAN talks tO the adopted children who decide to find out the truth about their original parents, particularly their mothers. For many, the results are surprising.
Serial: Joanna Godden (14)
The Man who Believed in Fairies by A. EWART HUTTON
Holidaying in a remote part of Scotland, Judy and her husband Mike encounter and become obsessed with a fellow hotel guest. This encounter, and the magical qualities of the stranger, will finally affect their lives for ever.
Directed by GERRY JONES. Stereo
Neil Landor , together with specialist experts and the BBC Reference Library, answers your queries and quibbles.
Questions, on a postcard please, to: Enquire Within, BBC. Broadcasting House, London WlA 1AA
Producer FRAN ACHESON. Stereo
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. BBC Bristol Send your letters to:
Any Answers? BBC. BristolBS82LR
A series of 13 montage documentaries
3: You and Whose Army?
'You've got to be a hard nut.... I've laughed at people who've hit me across the head with a bottle.'
'The word bouncer - none of us like it.... my actual job title is reception supervisor.'
'Minding people, minding dancefloors, moving in at the right time, sorting trouble.... it's all an art.'
A meeting of minders, from the owners of those silhouettes that block out the light in nightclub doorways to the watchful figures who walk just one step behind the celebrities. Producer PETER GRIFFITHS BBC Manchester
A magazine of special interest to disabled listeners
Presented by John Mills Editor MARLENE PEASE
Correspondence and enquiries to: BBC. Broadcasting House, London WlA 4WW
Phone [number removed](10.0am-5.0pm)
The New Tradition
In many Scottish communities there is a tremendous revival of interest in real traditional music and instruments but, as John Purser discovers, part of the excitement in that revival lies in the fact that nobody has decided what the real tradition is.
BBC Scotland. Stereo
('On the Road, to the Isles 'tomorrow at 9.45pm)
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