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7.0,8.0 Today's News
Read by PETER DONALDSON
7.25*, 8.25* Sport With ANDY SMITH
7-45* Thought for the Day Editor JENNY ABRAMSKY
The eighth of nine programmes.
Jeanine McMullen potpourri of life in the sticks.
Producer MARY PRICE. BBC Bristol A free information sheet is available at the end of September. Send sae (91 x 64) to:
A Small Country Living,
Beware of the Dog by ROALD DAHL
Read by James Aubrey
A fighter pilot in the Second
World War is forced to bale out. He comes to in a hospital bed - but his troubles are only just beginning.
Producer MITCH RAPER
from St George's Church, Brandon Hill, Bristol conducted by THE REV ERNEST REA with the choir of ST MARK'S SCHOOL. BATH
Musical director RUTH PHILLIPS Blest are the pure in heart
(EH 370); Lead me Lord (Anthems for Choirs 18); Christ triumphant, ever reigning (Hymns for Today's Church 173ii)
Reading (GNB): Mark 9, w 2-13 BBCBristol
11.0 Music Makers Gone with the Wiz (1) With IAN HUMPHRIS and JILL shilling Producer PETER HUTCHINGS (R) (E)
11.20 Let's Move! 1: Into Action! Presented by SHEELAGH GILBEY Producer BRIAN SCOTT HUGHES Stereo (R) (E)
11.40 The Music Box Written and presented by SANDRA KERR (1) Producer BARRY GIBSON. Stereo (E)
11.50 See for Yourself Heavy or Light? by EDWARD KELSEY Producer COLIN SMITH (R) (E)
0 SCHOOLTIME: pages 23-6
visits Chesterfield in Derbyshire where
Brian Johnston wends his way from a crooked spire to a cucumber straightener. and ends up on a perfect square. He learns of the birth of a 'baby boon' - and why a horse-drawn dustcart is on the bridal path! producer JILL MARSHALL. BBCBristol
The nationwide general knowledge contest for schools First round (2) South
LORD MAYOR TRELOAR COLLEGE.
ALTON V UPLANDS COMMUNITY
COLLEGE. UPLANDS Questionmasters
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: Happy Families Presented by JOANNE ZORIAN Storyteller ROY KINNEAR Today's story: Mr Biff the Boxer by ALLAN AHLBERG Script by LEE PRESSMAN Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN. Stereo
2.5 Playtime Hello! Hello! Presented by TONY AITKEN and SHIREEN SHAH Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN Stereo (E) (Re-broadcast on Friday at 11.20am VHF/FM) i
2.20 Science Scope
1: Shirley Holmes and the Case of the Disappearing Salt Producer JULIAN COLEMAN Stereo (E)
2.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories) Katy and the Nurgla by HARRY SECOMBE adapted by PADDY BECHELY (R) (E)
Introduced by Jenni Murray Does the Community Care?
Government policy is to transfer psychiatric patients into community care. But is the policy working? The first of two reports this week by Jenny Cuffe
Serial: Cold Heaven by BRIAN MOORE abridged in 13 episodes by ELIZABETH BRADBURY
Read by Jane How (4) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
The Secretary Bird by WILLIAM DOUGLAS HOME with What is a husband to do when his wife says she is leaving him after 15 years of marriage?
Acquiesce, or fight - or do both? Directed by IAN COTTERElL. Stereo (R) 0 FEATURE: page 101
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 1.40pm) Written by JULIAN SPILSBURY Cast for the week:
Welcome to the Times by DAVE SHEASBY withand
Dave Sheasby 's much-acclaimed epic thriller, set against a background of corruption and greed in a Northern steel town.
A real cracker ... (TIME OUT) ... not one superfluous, not one redundant word ...
(CRITICS' FORUM. RADIO 3)
Directed by ROBERT COOPER BBC Manchester. Stereo (R)
Barmaid/Girl in park:
Woman on bus:
The racing of six-oared pilot gigs has long been a feature round
Newquay and the Isles of Scilly. Ralph Bird , a Cornish boatbuilder, had a dream of such races taking place on the River Fal. Six years ago, with the help of Newquay Rowing Club, that dream became a reality. Christopher Jones was at last year's race and talked to the people involved. Producer ALEC REID BBC Bristol (R)
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