Presented by Sue MacGregor and Peter Hobday
6.30,7.30,8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News with simon ROSE
7.0,8.0 Today's News Read by DAVID SYMONDS
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
With JOHN INVERDALE
7.45* Thought for the Day Editor JULIAN HOLLAND
The Tiger personality - powerful, passionate, rash and rebellious.... A prowl through the BBC Sound Archives and comments from guest Tigers Julie Walters and Kenneth Williams Producer ANDREW PARFITT
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 9.30pm)
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Presented by Louise Botting
The programme with the latest news from the world of personal finance, covering investment, tax, pensions, insurance and a look at some particular money problems sent in by listeners
Details from: Money Box, Room 4099. BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
You'll See Me on the Telly by BRENDAN O'BYRNE
Read by David Ashford
A happily married man gives a lift to a girl young enough to be his daughter. Curiosity about her leads slowly to obsession - and from there to catastrophe. Producer MITCH RAPER
From Llantwit Major in South Glamorgan, Brian Johnston goes to the United World College of the Atlantic and RAF St
Athan. He finds out something of the history of this small but growing town and talks about judging show dogs and life-saving.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
This week's schools programmes will be re-broadcast next week for the benefit of those on half-term.
11.0 Music Makers 6: Crossed Circuits With IAN HUMPHRIS and HELEN SPEIRS (R)
11.20 Let's Move!
6: Funny Fancy Dress Written by KATE HARRISON
11.40 Johnny Ball 's Maths Games
6: Round and Round Written and presented by JOHNNY BALL Stereo (R)
11.50 Poetry Corner
6: Dragons and Dinosaurs
A History of Pantomime in seven parts
Narrated by Richard Briers 3: Burlesque and Breeches
The influence of burlesque on the pantomime and origins of 'Principal Boy' Performers
Robert Daws , Carol Hall
Peter Hayward , Michael Heath Carmen Lynn and Charles West Pit Band and Singers under the musical direction of COLIN SELL Written and compiled by GERALD FROW
Series conceived by JOHN DYAS
Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE Stereo
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 6.30pm) (Book, same title, £12.95 available fromBBCPublicationsandbooksellers)
1.55 Listening Corner Goes to Scotland Presented by HARRIET BUCHAN and BILLY RIDDOCH Today: The Big Drum Man by ANNE B. ENGLISH Script by FIONA MCGARRY Producer PAM WARDELL BBC Sectland
2.5 Playtime On the Farm Presented by IAIN LAUCHLAN and SUSANNA DAWSON (R) (Re-broadcast Thursday 10.10am)
2.20 Introducing Science Sciencescope
6: Grinding to a Halt
2.40 Topic Songbook (6) Stereo (R)
2.45 Radio Club TOMMY BOYD and the Radio Club team scour the country to find interesting items for all you Radio Club members.
Introduced by Jenni Murray More women than ever before are going it alone and proving adept at running small businesses. sonia BEESLEY meets some of the new entrepreneurs who have spotted a gap in the market and are plugging it successfully. Serial:
Three Scottish Short Stories by NAOMI MITCHISON abridged by JANET QUIGLEY Read by Jennifer Piercey
3: Should We Believe Postie?
(Music: Carpenter's Adventures in a Perambulator)
Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
Without hesitation, the least repetitious and most undeviating programme on radio with Kenneth Williams Derek Nimmo , Barry Cryer and Ian Hislop
In the thick, the Chair, and frequent confusion Nicholas Parsons
Devised by IAN MESSITER
Producer PETE ATKIN. Stereo
by Alan Plater
The phrase "Well, goodnight then ..." usually indicates the end of an evening, but in this case it signals the start of an evening - and what an evening.
BBC Manchester. Stereo
(Re-broadcast next Sunday)
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Christopher Cook presents tonight's edition which includes interviews, news and reviews of books, films, plays, broadcasting, music and exhibitions.
Producer SIMON BROUGHTON Editor THOMAS SUTCLIFFE
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 4.30pm)
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