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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 an 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, Room 4099, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WlA 4WW
The Green Sweater by ROBERT B. MAWHINNEY
Read by Mary Wimbush
The sweater is hanging on the clothes line when Jan returns home. Gradually it becomes a symbol.... a turning-point for all her future life.
Producer MITCH RAPER
God's Promise is Our Hope New Every Morning, page 9; Judge eternal throned in splendour (BBC HB 393);
Advent Prose (Richard Lloyd ); Genesis 6, w 11-22; The Lord will come (BBC HB 479). Stereo New Every Morning, £2.25 from booksellers
11.0 Listening to Music (1) (11-13) Parti and at 11.20 Part 2 Rossini Overture: William Tell With TERESA FINZI and DAVID HOCKINGS Presented by ROBERT PRIZEMAN and HELEN SPIERS Producer BARRY GIBSON Stereo
11.40 Encore une etape French Graded Objectives (Level 3)
1: Getting Together by DEREK UTLEY
Brian Johnston visits
Birkenhead in Merseyside A quiet hamlet up to the mid-19th century, the town has grown steadily under the influences of the docks and the shipbuilding industry. Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
Some of the poetry requested by Radio 4 listeners Presented by Kevin Crossley-Holland Readers BARBARA JEFFORD and ANDREW SACHS
Producer MARGARET BRADLEY BBC Bristol
Requests to: Poetry Please! BBC. Bristol BS82LR
The nationwide general knowledge contest for schools Second Semi-final
14: Midlands v Wales
Pilgrim Upper School, Bedford v Oakdale Comprehensive School, Blackwood, Gwent Questionmasters
Tim Gudgin and Paddy Feeny Questions set by NIGEL RICHARDSON and DAVID SELF Producer GRAHAM FROST
1.55 Listening Corner RICHARD BRIERS reads King Fuss-a-lot Looks for Hobby by DIANA STOW Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN
2.0 Deutsches Magazin 1: Popmusik and at 2.15 2: Schule Compiled by DONALD RICHARDS Producer AL WOLFF
2.30 Books, Plays, Poems The Secret Sharer by JOSEPH CONRAD Adapted by PETER FOZZARD Producer COUN SMITH. Stereo
Introduced by Jean Metcalf
The Happiest Day: SARA PARKER continues her exploration of wedding customs at the marriage of a Hindu couple - NITA and SUNILKUMAR in east London. Serial: Breath of Life (10) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
(Revised version of last Friday's broadcast)
Plus The Obituary - a game of literary consequences.
Kaleidoscope asked five authors to write a ghost story by relay and you can hear the result of their team effort over the next five days.
'I'm a Northerner and I like being a Northerner and I'm not ashamed of it anymore. I think perhaps coming away to work has helped me enormously because at the beginning, I was very afraid. If I got beyond the Cleveland Hills I expected to fall to bits!' Sue McGregor talks to Denise Robertson , writer and television agony aunt Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
by Elisabeth Bond
with Janette Beverley as Lily and Paul Copley as Colin
An 'older man' runs away with a young girl. The case looks bad: abduction, perhaps sexual abuse. But the truth is complicated.
One way to learn how to do it, perhaps, is to look at some of the things to avoid. Mitch Raper , a Morning Story producer, looks at some of the scripts which didn't quite make it - with the help of Elizabeth Proud and David March.
The Aloe by KATHERINE MANSFIELD abridged in five parts by VIVIEN CREEGOR
Read by Kika Markham (1)
A day in the life of the Burnell family in their new home deep in the New Zealand countryside. Producer MAURICE LEITCH
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