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Founded in 1971 by a group of Canadians and Americans,
Greenpeace has demonstrated its concern for the environment with courage, a disregard for the law at times, and a flair for publicity.
Put your questions to the Chairman of Greenpeace UK, Bryn Jones , and Peter Wilkinson , a director of Greenpeace International.
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The Learning Process by ERYL RODERICK
Read by Anwen Williams
'The boy had disturbed her; not necessarily his arrogance but something ... He sat at a desk near the front and stared....' Producer HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales
Old Man Eggo by DAVID GRIFFITHS
1950: The Welsh Borders.
Trevor sings in the choir and chases local girls with his friend Mick Snell. But then, one night, Old Man Eggo 's bowler hat is knocked off on the way back from church and nothing is ever the same again, especially up on 'Knicker Hill'.
Directed by ADRIAN MOURBY BBC Wales. Stereo
'In the lane leading to a toad-mating pond I counted 169 males yet only five females.
Is this the normal ratio?' The team answers your wildlife questions.
Presented by Derek Jones Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Re-broadcast next Saturday) Stereo
A nationwide general knowledge contest in which listeners compete to become this year's Brain of Britain Final
Chairman Robert Robinson John Small
Richard Fife (political agent) and the winner of last week's Semi-Final
Programme devised by JOHN P. WYNN Questions set by IAN GILLIES Producer RICHARD EDIS
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 6.30) Stereo
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Tall, Dark and Handsome? Is he sexy enough to sell chocolates, hunky enough for fashion, muscle-bound enough for beach scenes - or will he be relegated for ever to the part of boy-next-door? SEBASTIAN SCOTT Sets OUt to discover what it takes to become a male model.
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Serial: Bilgewater (4)
by MELVILLE JONES
Another normal day for the new headmaster - until an incident in Miss Sims's domestic science class snowballs into Fleet Street proportions....
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol. Stereo
Tommy James/Mr Halliwell:
Presented by Alison Mitchell How do you use your credit or charge card? Is that piece of plastic a bonus, helping you budget your finances, or is it a curse, gently sinking you into debt? With over 22 million cards now issued in this country, Alison Mitchell gives you an insight into how the card systems work, how you can use them to your advantage and speculates if there will ever come a time when all you will have is plastic in your purse. Producer JENNY MALLINSON DUFF
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Austria Singing Ambassadors In the last of three programmes about choral life, Ian Bradley visits Vienna to explore the everyday life and musical style of the Vienna Boys' Choir, formed nearly 500 year ago and now world-famous for its tours and records.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester (R)
A series which profiles four of Britain's stately homes, still privately owned, and still surviving, supported by the thousands of visitors who pass through their gates every year - visitors who are attracted, not only by the magnificence of the buildings and family treasures, but also by clever marketing. 1: Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire Home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland
Attractions include important art treasures, medieval jousting, and a flourishing schools programme.
Producer MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE BBC Birmingham
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 10.0 am)
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In the first of six weekly magazines Margaret Percy examines the changing world of education.
This week she puts some searching questions to Secretary of State, The Rt Hon Sir Keith Joseph , mp.
Also, a weekend adult course on the trail of beetles, bugs and butterflies - and, in the week the GCE results come out, some thoughts on how to take on the examiners' decision. Producer SIMON MAJOR 0 HELPLINES: page 69
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