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6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
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7.0,8.0 Today's News Read by BRYAN MARTIN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
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Presented by Louise Botting
Radio's key to the ever-present problem of how to get the best from your money. Whether it is a mortgage or insurance policy, an investment bond or a bank loan, a tax dispute or a social security squabble - Money Box gets the answers from the people in the know.
Details from: Money Box, BBC, London WiA 4WW
No Jumping or Diving from the Pier by BRENDAN O'BYRNE
Read by Errol MacKinnon
'This is a quiet sort of town - and the only place I wanted to see again when I was in Vietnam. I was only 18 then and that Vietnam was a swine.' Producer MITCH RAPER
Brian Johnston visits Carnforth in Lancashire. Although no longer an important railway town, it still has plenty of trains, thousands of books, birds of prey, and quarrying is its major industry.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
11.0 Music Makers Swashbuckling for Beginners (6) With IAN HUMPHRIS and JILL SHILLING
11.20 Let's Move! 6: Metal Monty Written by KATE HARRISON. Stereo
11.40 Singing Games Programme 1 Producer DOUGLAS COOMBES
11.50 Poetry Corner 6: Fireworks
The nationwide general knowledge contest for schools Second Round
9: Scotland v North 1 - Falkirk High School, Scotland v
Monkseaton High School, Whitley Bay
Tim Gudgin and Paddy Feeny Questions set by NIGEL RICHARDSON and DAVID SELF Producer GRAHAM FROST
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 6. 30pm)
1.55 Listening Comer This week: Family and Friends Presented by SANDRA KERR and TONY AITKEN Storyteller PAT PHOENIX Today's story: Making Friends by DOROTHY EDWARDS Script written and produced by MARY KALEMKERIAN
2.5 Playtime: Food Presenters ANDREW BRANCH and LOLA YOUNG (R) (Re-broadcast on Thursat 10.10am)
2.20 Introducing Science Unit 2, Programme 2 Magic Minerals and Vital Vitamins (R)
2.40 Radio Shop A weekly review of educational material on sale Fur information ring [number removed]
2.45 Radio Club TOMMY BOYD and the Radio Club team scour the country to find interesting items for all you Radio Club members. (Re-broadcast on Wed at 11.45am)
Introduced from Birmingham by Marjorie Lofthouse
MARGARET BROWN has sponsored African children for nine years and last summer visited one of them personally. She talks about the adventure of meeting 11-year-old Kyalo at his school in the Kenyan bush.
Serial: The Bonsai Tree by MEIRA CHAND
Read by Heather Bell (8) Producer ANN TENNANT BBC Birmingham
'What we're trying to do is genuinely, carefully and honestly reconstruct the Globe Theatre of the same materials, the same dimensions, the same physical conditions; and all the scholars and theatre people I know who are interested in Shakespeare believe it is the only way you can fully understand and illuminate these plays.'
Sam Wanamaker , actor, producer, director, talks to
Sue MacGregor about his life and work and the project he initiated to rebuild
Shakespeare's theatre on Bankside.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
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by DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE
For 40 years Dave has put behind him the fact that he landed on the Normandy beaches on D-Day - 6 June 1944. He doesn't remember his comrades with any special affection and has no wish to indulge in memories. But in June 1984 he goes back to
Normandy and faces the ghosts of the past, and one ghost in particular.
Location effects recorded by RICHARD BEADSMOORE
Technical presentation by DAVID GREENWOOD assisted by RICHARD BEADSMOORE and ROS MASON
Directed by JANE MORGAN
(Re-broadcast next Sunday) Stereo
Plain or Ringlets? by R. S. SURTEES abridged in 15 parts by ARCHIE CAMPBELL Read by John Franklyn-Robbins 1: Roseberry Rocks
The young and lovely Miss Rosa McDermott seemed destined to marry the son of the local banker. But a visit to the seaside, a change of hairstyle, and a gypsy's prophecy conspire to make her think again. Producer PETER WINDOWS BBC Birmingham
Black-cloaked riders of the night, brides of Satan, suckers of the blood of children - or were the witches of old really clinging to the vestiges of a long-forgotten pagan religion? Jenny Cuffe investigates.
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