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7.45* Thought for the Day
In the first of a series of four programmes on the politics of health in Britain, the BBC's
Medical Correspondent, Clive Cookson , examines some of the controversies surrounding the financing of the National Health Service.
Why do 'efficiency savings' mean dirty wards to some people and improved patient care to others? Should doctors be made accountable for the cost of treating their patients, and why does no one in the NHS know the true cost of an appendectomy or a hip operation?
Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN
Steve Blacknell takes over the airwaves to present fast-moving entertainment, including live comedy from Tandemomum, and jingles from the Mint Juleps. Also competitions, games, quizzes and special guests Producers PAUL SPENCER and JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE Stereo
Presented by Fergus Keeling and Lionel Kelleway
Do humans have a greater ability to detect and appreciate odours than we realise?
Professor Mike Stoddart reports from the Psychology of Perfumery conference. Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBCBristol
(Re-broadcast next Sunday)
No Time to be Laughing by DEBBIE COOK
Read by Lesley Saweard
When the Minister heard the news of Lizzie McKance 's death, his wife reminded him there were relatives who should be informed. A disturbing thought entered his head. 'But what's to be done about Jeannie?'
Producer DIANE CULVERHOUSE BBC Birmingham
Troubled by the Scenery by HOWARD WAKELING
The Isle of Skye was Sheila's second home. Now a widow, she returns to the island, but it does not offer the comfort she expected.
A visit by her daughter threatens all hope of peace.
Directed by CAROLINE RAPHAEL Stereo (R)
The Old Deep
Lane Arthur Machen is widely recognised as the father of the modem horror novel and the inspiration of many of today's writers of terror. He drew his
, own inspiration from the haunting landscapes of his native Gwent.
Phil Rickman treads the old deep lane that led to Machen's Caerleon - Isca Silurium.
Producer MARK OWEN. BBC Wales
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 1. 40pm) Written by JULIAN SPILSBURY Cast for the week:
by Bob Sinfield
The Cambridge Footlights Revue
Starring The Class of 33: Kim Philby, Donald Maclean, and Guy Burgess With
Richard Denning as Philby, David Gooderson as Maclean, Richard Frost as Burgess and Barbara Rosenblat as the women they found superfluous.
Music composed by Geoffrey Wright and played by Jonathan Gee
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Fifty years ago, the new
Cunarder, Queen Mary, won the Blue Riband for the fastest Atlantic crossing.
Anne Brown recalls how the biggest and most luxurious passenger liner in the world came to be conceived and built in the Depression. Producer ROY SAATCHI
BBC Birmingham (R) revised
As everyone in Wales knows, Welsh is the language of Heaven. Yet, today, only one Welsh person in five is on speaking terms with the Almighty. Time after time the last rites have been performed: why, then, the resurrection of today? Why are so many people learning Welsh? Why are so many of them not Welsh?
Professor Gwyn A. Williams , who is slowly re-establishing contact with the Almighty, seeks high and low for the answer.
Producer SIAN LLOYD. BBC Wales
Professor Gwyn A.
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