Presented by Peter Hobday and Jenni Murray
Featuring another winner in the Best of British Youth Awards Today Clare Lewey , aged 20, of south London.
Clare spent an important year doing voluntary work in Sudan. For the first six months she taught English, working with classes of 63 pupils - three to a desk! But in the second six months, she set up a centre for the disabled in the town ofNyala.
7.0,8.0 Today's News read by EUGENE FRASER
7.25* Sport with CHARLES COL VILE
7,30,8.30 News Summary
7.40*, 8.47* Today's Papers
7.45 In Perspective with JOHN NEWBURY, the BBC'S
Religious Affairs Correspondent
8.35 Yesterday in Parliament Editor JENNY ABRAMSKY
Presented by Cliff Morgan
Leather on Willow: the first cup final of the cricket season takes place at Lord's.
Treads on Tarmac: Silverstone is preparing for tomorrow's British Grand Prix.
Producer PETER GRIFFITHS
with Ned Sherrin and the likes of Craig Charles Carol Thatcher , Emma Freud and Jonathan Ross. Plus Victor Lewis Smith 's Look at Life. Additional material by ALISTAIR BEATON
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE and CATHIE MAHONEY
(Re-broadcast at 11. 0pm)
Nigel Rees has this week's quota of quotations for guests William Franklyn , A.N. Wilson Mavis Nicholson and Rosemary Anne Sisson Quotations read by RONALD FLETCHER
Devised and written by NIGEL REES Producer JO BUNTING. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 30pm)
Gillian went to market.... and she bought some slices of You and Yours.... Woman's 's Hour....Local Network
In today's programme, Gillian Reynolds and her guests look at buying and selling. Producers LUCY LUNT and PIPPA BURSTON
Following Father's Drift by SAM JACOBS
'Whenever I needed my Dad all I had to do was switch on the telly.' Liza Rothman 's bitter comment on her childhood with her comedian father sets the tone for this tragicomedy, as the 'ghost' of Max Rothman haunts the family funeral.
Directed by PIERS PLOWRIGHT. Stereo
4.30 The Music of the Renaissance 6: The Food of Love Sex and love have often formed the staple diet of songs. Both were present in the music of the Renaissance. Presented by JOHN milsom Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN. Stereo (e) For support notes send sae to: [address removed]
5.0 The State of Industry A series of six programmes in which ROBERT HELLER , Editorial Director of Management Today, takes stock of Britain's manufacturers. The crises of the past decade have left many casualties and even the fittest survivors have had to change their ways. But can they stand the intense pace of world competition? Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS (R) (e) Book, same title, £10.95 from booksellers
5.30 Franc-parler Presente par CORINNE BAUDELOT etGREGORECAREL
4eme emission: Alimentation Ecrit par CORINNE BAUDELOT (R) (e)
by John Kirkmorris
Stan Pedler has been a Labour MP, LSE lecturer and a journalist, but now - still an idealist - he has founded a small self-supporting community in rural Somerset. Sadly, the community is falling apart but a key witness to this is Stan's ex-wife Ginny, who has returned to court him for a second time.
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3.0 pm)
I have both a fine intellectual team and also a very fine habitat in which to work and we're very lucky, of course, because all the elements fit together to make a very happy working life.
In the first of six programmes exploring the traditional craft of the keeper, Keith Allan goes to Kew to meet Grenville Lucas , Keeper of the Herbarium at the Royal Botanic Gardens. Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Bernard Braden ambles through the world of transatlantic humour This week:
Memories Are Made of This Written by GEORGE BURNS
WOLCOT GIBBS , STEPHEN LEACOCK
SAM LEVENSON , HARPO MARX
DAMON RUNYON and JAMES THURBER Producer EDWARD TAYLOR. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 12.25pm)
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