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7.25*, 8.25* Sport
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11.0 Music Workshop The Sleeping Beauty (1) With IAN HUMPHRIS Producer PETER HUTCHINGS
11.25 Junior Drama Workshop 1: Junior Drama What? by ALAN LAMBERT and BRIAN SCOTT-HUGHES Presented by LEE GALPIN. Stereo
11.45 Radio Club
A quarterly report on the world of employment introduced by Brian Redhead.
In the face of relentless competition, British business is under pressure to invest in a better trained and more adaptable workforce. But how is management coping with change? Are managers themselves ready to face the challenge? Brian Redhead examines the state of management training and reports on recent developments in the world of work.
Consultant JOHN ATKINSON
Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
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by PALMA HARCOl'RT dramatised in six parts by NEVILLE TELLER
3: Black King to White Castle
An escape. A death. An arrival.
Directed by CHRISTOPHER YENNING (Moray Watson is in Two Into One at the Shaflesbury Theatre. London.)
Sir Patrick Cordar:
Bill Peterson, the pilot:
1.55 Listening Corner Fishfingers and Custard by JANE HOLIDAY
2.5 Looking at Nature Seasonal Changes The first of a new series of programmes recorded on location suggesting easy to follow activities for young Natural Investigators. Teachers will find the illustrated notes helpful in planning their practical work. Producer MIKE HOWARTH. Stereo
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2.20 Quest A Jewish Family Producer GEOFF MARSHALL-TAYLOR
2.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Poetry) Make Believe by GARETH OWEN Producer paddy BECHELY
2.50 Something to Think About The Two Lost Rabbits by ZOE BAILEY Producer PADDY BECHELY
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week: singer and entertainer. Cilia Black, who rose to fame as part of the 'Mersey Sound' in the 60s.
Serial: Persuasion by JANE AUSTEN abridged in 12 episodes by MEG CLARKE
Read by Janet Suzman (12) (Music: Benjamin's Cotillon)
A Private Grief devised by JAMES RUNCIE and the cast
By 1802 Beethoven was fully aware of the problems his deafness might cause: the resulting isolation, and his intense desire to withdraw from society, made his life increasingly turbulent, difficult and lonely. Yet from that position of solitude came some of the finest music ever written.
Musical advice and piano JOANNA MACGREGOR
Directed by JAMES RUNCIE. Stereo * HEAR THIS! page 27
Ludwig van Beethoven:
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge
Ian Wallace and Denis Norden In the Chair Steve Race
Questions compiled by STEVE RACE Programme devised by TONYSHRYANEandEDWARDJ. MASON Producer PETE ATKIN (Re-broadcast tomorrow at 12.27pm) Stereo
When you buy a leasehold property, you are suddenly back in the land of tenants and landlords. What rights and responsibilities have you - or the freeholder - got? When you come to the problem of insurance where do his responsibilities end? Have you got a front door to call your own? With Bill Breckon and financial expert Tom Tickell. Producer HELEN ROBSON
Editor ROGER MACDONALD
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 9.35 am)
Celebrating the 30th birthday of the foreign affairs programme that's now an institution, the BBC's former Diplomatic Correspondent,
Angus McDermid , browses through the archives to see how the world and perceptions of it have changed since the 1950s.
Joined by some of the BBC's present team of foreign correspondents, he explores the stories that have remained in the forefront, like East-West conflict, and remembering those that have become history, like the Vietnam War.
Producer ZAREER MASANI
Tom Salmon on the finai stages of his journey. It takes him from St Anthony Head to Ream Head. Hetravels by way of Mevagissey, a china clay quarry near St
Austell, to Fowey and then to Looe and the headquarters of the Shark Fishing Club of Great Britain and a sanctuary for rare monkeys.
Series sound recordist HUGH PEARSON Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 11. 0) Stereo
Following the 1985 Small-Business Competition.
Marjorie Lofthouse visits the winning company. Susie Madron 's Holidays of Manchester, which specialises in cycling packages to France. Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham (R)
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