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The Shadow Knows
- the sound of Orson Welles A documentary researched and compiled by Geoffrey Heptonstall from archive and library material with contributions from George Coulouris
Joseph Cotton , Benny Green John Houseman , Clancy Sigal and the voices of Orson Welles
Producer PIERS PLOWRIGHT Stereo
(Re-broadcast next Tuesday)
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At the height of the American war in Vietnam, between 1968-70, Roger Martin was political officer in the British Embassy in Saigon.
In a series of three talks, he recalls some of the people he met and places he visited in those three turbulent years. 1: Three Old Men
the Post Office.
Chairman Sir Ron Dearing answers customers' complaints about its service.
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lain Johnstone in the director's seat with another reel of movie moments.
Unwrapping their choc ices this week are Stubby Kaye
Angela Douglas , Jenny Hanley and Dick Vosburgh Written and devisedby
JEREMY PASCALL and PHIL SWERN Producer ANDY ALIFFE Stereo
Introduced from Birmingham by Marjorie Lofthouse who talks to Jane White , a police physical training instructor who's just returned from leading a schools' expedition to some of the remotest parts of Papua New Guinea.
Producer ANNE MARIE COLE BBC Pebble Mill Serial:
A Parents' Survival Guide(2)
by ALEXANDRE DUMAS dramatised in seven parts by BARRY CAMPBELL
2: The Abbé Faria
As the result of information laid against him by jealous rivals and the duplicity of the Deputy Prosecutor, de Villefort, Edmond Dantes has been imprisoned in the notorious Chateau d'If.
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD Stereo
starring as Edmond Dantes:
and as the Abbe Faria:
Six lives and six perspectives of North America emerge in conversation with Anne Brown 5: Phyllis Schlafly
Right-wing political campaigner and arch-enemy of sexual equality, Phyllis Schlafly is loved and loathed across 50 states. The mother of six who took on the Women's Movement - and won - argues the case for home and apple pie in a turbulent age.
Producer LIZ JENSEN BBC Pebble Mill
(Re-broadcast next Monday)
The Rt Hon Norman Tebbit, MP, The Rt Hon Roy Hattersley, MP, Des Wilson, President, Liberal Party and Lady Antonia Fraser tackle the issues raised by the audience at Wash Common, Newbury, Berkshire
Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby
Works in Progress
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies likes to have more than one thing on the go. As well as conducting, he's just finished one opera,
Resurrection, started another about St Francis of Assisi and he's also writing a series ofconcerti.
In conversation with Michael Berkeley , he talks about composing and the importance of teaching music to children. Producer EDWINA WOLSTENCROFT (Re-broadcast next Monday)
Sir Peter Maxwell
A series of investigative reports
'Farming is an industry, and like other industries it pollutes the rivers and poisons our food.' David Lander looks at factory farming and the use of pesticides, and enters the complex world of EEC Agricultural Policy. Studio production by STEPHEN FRY assisted by PHIL POPE and Julia HILLS
Dramatic reconstructions by PHIL NICE . BRENDA BLETHYN
ROBERT BATHURST and JACK KLAFF Research by TONY SARCHET
Editor PAUL MAYHEW-ARCHER Stereo
(Re-broadcast tomorrow 5.25pm LW)
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