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Jane Glover , who is the Artistic Director of the London Mozart Players, first became interested in conducting when she was reading music at Oxford.
In conversation with Michael Parkinson , she recalls her work at Glyndebourne, where she began as a repetiteur for the opera festival and ended up running the touring company, and talks about the way her career is developing as a conductor.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer DEREK DRESCHER. Stereo (R)
Last in a series of five programmes
If you had broken a world record or won the Nobel Prize or been crowned Miss World, would you remember that date as 'the best day of your life'?
I think from the first round, when Peter played the Etude in E minor, the Russians decided they just didn't want to listen to anybody else.
(BRYCE MORRISON , Meridian
BBC World Service)
Marjorie Lofthouse talks to pianist Peter Donohoe about the day he won the Moscow Tchaikovsky Piano Competition.
Producer SANCHIA BERG BBC Pebble Mill
by William Osborne and Richard Turner
Yes, it's all in your soaraway Nineteen Nighty-Eight. Twenty things you never knew about the Edward Wilson Movement. Plus!!! Spend a night in the nick with totty Tabatha courtesy of Am Jap. And: Who is the mysterious Keith?
1.55 Listening Corner Up in a Big Balloon (5) Stereo
2.5 Let's Join In The Witch-in-the-mask by ANN ROSS (e)
2.25 Popalong with ROY CASTLE 2: Starbursts (e)
2.40 In the Picture With MURIEL GRAY
2: Images on Stone (RV) by ARTHUR SCHOLEY Stereo (e)
Presented from Newcastle by Julia Shaw
Mud baths may be coming back into fashion as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. In recent years interest in Britain's historic spas and their cures has grown. Kate Kavanagh reports from Harrogate's Royal Baths Hospital, where alongside the latest medical treatments patients are offered this
19th-century favourite. Doctors say it isn't a miracle cure, but accept it can give temporary relief from pain. And the patients love it, despite the smell of the mud. Producer GLYN JONES BBC North East Serial:
With O'Leary in the Grave (2)
A Biblical adventure story by LLOYD C.DOUGLAS adapted in six episodes by DAVID BUCK
4: The Way to Galilee in which Marcellus Gallio is told of Jesus' miraculous teaching and is re-united with his slave, Demetrius.
Narrator EDWARD DE SOUZA Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
Father and Daughter
Second of four programmes in which women whose fathers were leading figures of their day talk to June Knox-Mawer about their relationship and reveal the private side of these public men. This week: the actress Jill Balcon , daughter of film producer Sir Michael Balcon
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(Re-broadcast next Monday) Written by DAVID ASHTON Cast for the week:
BBC Pebble Mill
Dr Rhodes Boyson , mp.
Minister for Local Government Julia Langdon. Political Editor London Daily News Dafydd Wigley. mp and Trevor Jones. Leader Liverpool Council tackle the issues raised by the audience in Llantrisant, Mid-Glamorgan
Chairman John Timpson Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
Something Old, Something New Pictures, statues, furniture and buildings can all be preserved or restored, but what techniques are admissible in the search for the original image, and how do experts draw the line between just preventing deterioration or remaking the work to satisfy contemporary tastes? Richard Cork reports.
Producer MIKE GREENWOOD
A satirical review of the past week's news and events with Bill Wallis , David Tate
Sally Grace and Jon Glover Written by PAUL B. DAVIES
STUART SILVER. RICHARD QUICK STEVE PUNT. MIKE COLEMAN
ALISON RENSHAW. PETER HICKEY PETE SINCLAIR. KEVIN MANDRY GED PARSONS. MAX HANDLEY BILL MATTHEWS and others Producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
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