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7.45* Thought for the Day
Continuing his series of interviews with 'high-achiever' Americans, Dr Anthony Clare invites Arthur Ashe , the first male black tennis player to win the US and Wimbledon singles, to reflect on his life in a white - dominated sport and society. Researcher JENNY RIVAROLA Producer MICHAEL EMBER (R)
Phil Smith explores the remoter reaches of the North Yorkshire Pennines to look at life from the viewpoint of peoplo who live and work there.
3: Lambing Time in Deepdale Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester (R)
'Who loves a garden loves a greenhouse too' wrote the poet William Cowper in 1785. Hannah Gordon looks through the history of glasshouses from the early orangeries, the Palm House at Kew, Paxton's Crystal Palace to computer-controlled conservatories of the 21st century to consider the steamier side of life under the palms. Producer JOHN BELL
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by JOSEPH CONRAD dramatised for radio in six episodes by KEITH DARVILL
Two years after the Patna affair which had had such a traumatic effect on Jim, Marlow meets up with him again in the sombre wilderness of Patusan, where, as Lord Jim, he now lives with a young Eurasian girl.
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
Dr Masud Hoghughi , Principal of Aycliffe School, Co Durham, which is devoted to the care and treatment of severely disordered children.
Serial: Bilgewater (10)
One Last Final Fling by MARCIA KAHAN
Even at 72, Arthur is still the black sheep of the family. He insists that his sister should indulge him and let him see his favourite city one more time. So it is that in Paris, Arthur has one last final fling.
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER. Stereo
The fifth of six programmes Derek Parker talks to the Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum , Sir Roy Strong about C.V. Wedgwood's The King's Peace.
Reader GARARD GREEN
Producer DENNIS SIMMONS (R)
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge
Ian Wallace and Denis Norden In the Chair Steve Race
Questions compiled by STEVE RACE Programme devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON Producer PETE ATKIN
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 12.27pm) Stereo
Wine for the Barbarians
In the last of four programmes Malcolm Billings and Barry Cunliffe trace the route of the Roman wine trade. 4: Hengistbury Head Reader HUGH DICKSON Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol (Rev R)
A word or two before you go with Sean Casey , Esther Clarke Len Clarke , John Fry
Michael Jack , Ivor Leverton Ray Rossen , Frank Sugg Jill Tweedie , John Tyrrell
Alison Waley , Francis Watson Compiled and produced by MALCOLM CLARKE and PIERS PLOWRIGHT in the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop. Stereo (R)
The fourth of six programmes Derek Lewis introduces recordings of Richard Tauber , Hermann Prey , Elly Ameling and other singers of the operatic stage and concert platform from their explorations of the popular music repertoire.
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
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