Presented by John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor
Featuring this week the winners of the Best of British Youth Awards
Today Tommy Wilson , aged 20. from the Gorbals, Glasgow.
Tommy is unemployed and has channelled his energy into setting up GOODY (Gorbals Organisation for the Development of Youth). This is a group run by young people for young people. Tommy's achievement is primarily as a bridge-builder between youth and adult officials, professionals and volunteers in the Gorbals.
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Where Are They Now?
Marjorie Lofthouse takes a look at some of the companies which have been featured in Enterprise. Have they all been successful or have some of them simply become part of the bankruptcy statistics? Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Pebble Mill
The last of four programmes discovering some of England's more unusual exhibits and exhibitors.
The Musical Museum
Frank Holland , MBE, takes Marjorie Lofthouse on a musical tour of his pianola collection at the museum which is his home - a disused church in Brentford.
Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Pebble Mill (R)
A panel game devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON
Dilys Powell and Frank Muir challenge Antonia Fraser and Denis Norden
In the Chair Michael O'Donnell Questions compiled by PETER MOORE Producer PETE ATKIN. Stereo
Introduced from Glasgow by Mary Marquis
Running an Arts Festival:
Robert Dawson Scott invites the women who run the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Glasgow's Mayfest to compare notes. Sailing to Cape Wrath:
Wendy Barwood collects her new yacht in Oban and takes it home to Cape Wrath. Producer MIKE STANGER BBC Scotland
Serial: Reasonable Doubts (9)
by MRS HENRY WOOD dramatised in seven parts by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with and 4: Never to Be Redeemed Try as she might to find happiness in her marriage with Mr Carlyle, Lady Isabel has to battle with two strong emotions - her jealousy of Barbara Hare and her attraction towards the handsome Captain Levison.
MARTIN GOLDSTEIN (piano)
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON. Stereo
Mrs Henry Wood:
the Lady Isabel:
Emma Mount Severn:
Lord Mount Severn:
Young Lord Vane/Pierre:
Neil Walker and David Clayton link up with radio stations around the country to get a taste of the local brew. Bitter Battle
The traditional British pint has taken a beating with the invasion by Continental and Australian lagers. Some say that is no bad thing at a time when the home-brewed product was being homogenised by the big brewery chains. And perhaps that is why the little independents have flourished once more.
Producer GLYN JONES BBC North East
This week's panel is
The Rt Hon David Owen , mp John Patten , mp, Minister of State, Home Office
The Rt Hon John Smith , qc. mp Esther Rantzen
The programme comes from the World Trade Centre, London Chairman John Timpson Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
CD or Not CD - -DAT is the Question
Sound recording has changed dramatically since Tennyson's voice was captured on a cylinder. The latest quantum leap is digital recording that has spawned the compact disc and now digital audio-tape. Compact disc revitalised a fading industry but will this be threatened by the introduction ofDAT?
David Roper investigates the dilemmas facing the music business as Japan launches the first DAT records on the market. Producer JOHN BOUNDY. Stereo
A satirical view of the week's news with Bill Wallis
David Tate , Sally Grace and Jeffrey Holland
Written by PAUL B. DAVIES RICHARD QUICK. STEVE PUNT
MIKE COLEMAN. ALISON RENSHAW PETE SINCLAIR. KEVIN MANDRY GED PARSONS , MAX HANDLEY
BILL MATTHEWS. MARK
BURTON JOHN OTARRELL , ROBET LINFORD
LES PETERS ROWLEY. PETER HICKEY and others
Producer ANDY WILSON. Stereo
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