Presented by Brian Redhead and John Timpson
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News With SIMON ROSE
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PETER DONALDSON
7.25*. 8.25* Sport
With CHARLES COL VILE
7.45* nought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Clay Jones calls on the expertise of Dr Stefan Buczacki ,
Fred Downham and Geoffrey Smith to answer listeners' gardening queries sent in by post.
Questions, on postcards only ptease, to: Gardeners- Question Tme, BBC. POBox27, Manchester M60 1SJ. Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
Happy Smile by TOM DALE
Read by George Parsons
The scene is the forecourt of a petrol station. The father of a disaffected son encounters another young man - a very different youngster, it seems. Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
11.0 Singing Together (6) Presented by FERGUS o'KELLY Stereo (E)
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop An Adventure in Ancient Egypt 2: Discoveries in the Desert Written by FIZ COLEMAN Stereo (E)
11.40 Reading Corner 6: The Glass Cupboard Written and told by TERRY JONES Stereo (E)
11.50 Poetry Corner 6: Shoes and Feet by GEORGE TARRY (E)
2: A Complete Social History
Bob Symes joins the members of the Sixth Clevedon West
Brownie Pack and together they peer through the windows of a village of doll's houses. Doll's house collector Gillian Kemon is the guide to what she holds is a complete social history in her living room.
Producer MARY PRICE BBCBristol
by G.K. Chesterton
Five stories dramatised by John Scotney
5: The Actor and the Alibi A theatrical murder amid much back-stabbing is announced in the Chop-House. Father Brown finds himself in the midst of a School for Scandal.
(Andrew Sachs is in 'Kafka's Dick' at the Royal Court Theatre. London) (Starting on Sunday: 'A Matter of Honour by Jeffrey Archer )
Lady Miriam Talbot:
1.55 Listening Comer Today's story: The Giant Jam Sandwich by JOHN VERNON LORD and JANET BURROWAY (R)
2.5 Looking at Nature Leaves and Trees TIMMY MALLETT and ROBIN ROBBINS make friends with a tree and play leaf snap. Stereo (E)
2.20 Let's Make a Story! 6: The Silent Village Written by RON JAMES Storyteller NIGEL GRAHAM Stereo (E)
2.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poetry) Things That Go Bump Script compiled by PADDY BECHELY (R) (E)
2.40 Using Unemployment A series for YTS students and school and college leavers Presented by CHRIS SERLE 6: Communities (R)(E) For tutors' notes send sae to: Using Unemployment, [address removed]
Something to Say by RICHARD EVERETT with and Ruth, 34, happily married to
David and mother of two, meets 21-year-old Stephan. "Three weeks ago I was a married married-woman. Now I feel like a single married-woman.' Directed by GLYN DEARMAN Stereo
Reflections, criticisms, jottings and memoirs from the notebooks of Franco Zeffirelli - one of the century's most outstanding opera, theatre and film directors - from Romeo and Juliet at the Old Vic in 1960, hailed as 'a revelation, perhaps a revolution' - to his current opulent film version of Verdi's Otello.
Producer JOHN POWELL
Gordon Clough and Louis Allen preside over a further series of cerebral callisthenics and aerobics for the lobes.
Irene Thomas and Eric Kom challenge John Julius Norwich and Peter Oppenheimer. Researcher KAREN OSTLE
Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 12.27pm)
Six talks about
Law, Justice and Democracy by Lord McCluskey
Scottish High Court Judge,
Solicitor-General for Scotland 1974-9
1: The Chill and Distant Heights 'When a judge begins to think that justice demands a Yes but the law requires a No, he has to stop and remember that judges have no general responsibility for considering the greatest good of the greatest number, or for advancing social or moral aims.'
(Re-broadcast next Sunday on R3)
(Lecture 2, 'The Clanking of Medieval Chains, next Wednesday on Radio 4) The Reith Lectures are printed weekly in THE LISTENER
Can Unemployment Be Beaten? Richard Layard , Professor of Economics at the London
School of Economics, defends his thesis on how to beat unemployment, in discussion with Patrick Minford , Professor of Applied Economics at Liverpool University.
Peter Oppenheimer is in the Chair. Producer DAVID MORTON (Re-broadcast tomorrow at 11.0 am LW)
Christopher Bigsby presents tonight s edition, which includes interviews, and news and reviews of films, books, plays, broadcasting, music and exhibitions.
Producer ANNE WINDER
(Revre-broadcast tomorrow at 4.35pm)
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