Presented by Brian Redhead and John Timpson
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News With BOB FINIGAN
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PETER DONALDSON
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
With CHARLES COL VILE
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Night in Paris by PATRICE CHAPUN
Read by Jill Balcon
'One after another, the presents went into circulation, passing from aunt to niece to cousin. And back again. Wrappings were changed, prices marked up ... professional presents, which upset Lucy....'
Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
Light Shines in the Darkness NEM, p 24; The race that long in darkness pined (BBC HB 496);
Quelle est cette odeur agreable? (CAROLS FOR CHOIRS 2); Isaiah 9, w 2-7; Songs of praise the angels sang (Bp 77) Stereo
A narrative of the marvellous travels and campaigns of Baron Munchausen, a heroic German officer who fought with the Russians against the Turks. Freely adapted for radio by colin MCLAREN from the book by RUDOLF ERICH RASPE , published anonymously in England 200 years ago.
Raspe was busy escaping his German creditors when he fabricated this outrageous medley of cock-and-bull stories as though they were told by the real Baron, Hieronymus Karl Friedrich, Freiherr von Munchausen.
Music composed by ELIZABETH PARKER of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Directed by JUDITH BUMPUS and PIERS PLOWRIGHT
(Robin Bailey is a National Theatre Player)
* FEATURE: page 16 and WODDIS ON: page 95
First figure in landscape:
Second figure in landscape:
11.0 Religious Education Paul the Missionary by GEOFFREY CURTIS Presented by BRIAN REDHEAD Stereo and at 11.20 Paul the Prisoner by GEOFFREY CURTIS. Stereo
11.40 Education Now: Industry Year 1986
3: Opportunities for Girls Subject options, career choice and work experience for girls. Presented by LIBBY purves
by HUGH WALPOLE
Three short stories dramatised for radio by PETER MELLORS
3: The Man Who Lost His Identity
Henry Pritchard is an insufferable egoist who bullies his whole family, including his timid sister Daisy. She is engaged to be married to George Manning, a fretful fiance, who is quite determined to get rid of the roaring extrovert, even if it means committing a murder in the vicinity of Chelsea! Will
Johnson and Chippet be able to prevent such a bloody end?
Directed by WALTER ACOSTA
(First broadcast on BBC World Service) Stereo
1.55 Listening Corner IRENE HANDL reads Grandma Buys a New Dress by JANET SORENSEN (R) 2..0 French IV A propos (1) Written and presented by MARCCHE MALI and REGIS SALADO
2.30 Books, Plays, Poems Narrative Poetry (3) The Pardoner's Tale and Tarn O'Shanter
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week: writer
Troy Kennedy Martin , author of Z Cars and Edge of Darkness Ghost Stories by H. G. WELLS Read by David McAlister The last of six stories abridged by MADGE HART The Door in the Wall
(Music: Bush's Music for Orchestra)
Darling Kathleen by DAVE SHEASBY
Tess Barnes has recently lost her husband and the huge block of flats where she lives has become a threatening place to live. But with all its problems, the Bankside Estate might be easier than the world outside....
Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC Manchester. Stereo
The Sting of Comfort
Six programmes compiled and presented by Anne Stevenson 5: We all borrow from the great poet, Anonymous Readers JOHN CHURCH and BONNIE HURREN
Producer MARGARET BRADLEY BBC Bristol. Stereo
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 SHRY ANE and EDWARD J. MASON Producer PETE ATKIN
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 12.27pm) Stereo
Are we living in an anti-industrial society? Should politicians, teachers and businessmen be trying to change our views? On the eve of Industry Year 1986, Peter Smith - with the help of a specially commissioned opinion poll - examines British attitudes to business and industry.
Producer CAROLINE MILLINGTON
with Irene Prador who also adapted the text Narrator John Westbrook
Dottoressa Moor , as she was later called, was born 100 years ago in Vienna. After many adventures and love affairs she settled down to practise medicine in Capri. She had to leave when the Second World War began but afterwards she returned to endure the most tragic experience of her life. In her old age she retired to Switzerland where she was persuaded to record her tumultuous story. The text was edited for publication by her friend Graham Greene. Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
* HEAR THIS! page 25
A history of the British teenager 6: Anarchy in the UK
'A group that can't play is better than one that can.'
(MALCOLM MCLAREN )
'The Clash were singing about inner city decay. Simple messages that really woke you up.'
'Suddenly everybody's out there and picking up their guitars - everyone on every block was doing it.'
'The overall impression is of Clockwork Orange meets New York sado-masochism.'
Researcher MICHELLE ROWLAND Producer PETER EVERETT BBC Manchester
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 11.0am)
The Great British Enthusiast is alive and well and dotty as ever. Allan Smith visits five groups of assorted devotees, trying to find out what spurs them on. 4: The Surfbums
The British climate isn't exactly ideal, but down in Cornwall dedicated youngsters are doing their best to live up to the old Beach Boys tradition. Producer SUSAN SNAILUM
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