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11.00 A-level History Unemployment in the 1930s There are always alternatives - responses to the problems of the 1930s. Stereo (e)
11.40 Sounds Inventive Stage 2
2: Improvising Written and presented by REG FLETCHER. Stereo (e)
By the Sea by IAIN CRICHTON SMITH withand
'They don't have fairs in Edinburgh, if I recall properly. But they did have circuses.
And of course they have a zoo. Have you ever seen cannibal fish? I once saw them in a zoo.
Naturally there was only one left. The scene is a bench, by the seaside.
... a lovely study of loneliness ...
Directed by STEWART CONN
(First broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland)
... as the dormouse used to be called, really does spend much of its time asleep, hibernating in winter and going torpid during the day, but when awake it is more like a monkey than a mouse.
Presented by Peter France Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)
A general musical knowledge quiz in three movements Chairman Ned Sherrin First Round: Heat 4 Tony Martin
(Social Services training officer) Peter Kennedy (cashier) John Haden (solicitor)
Questions set by EDWARD COLE and ROBERT WALTON
Programme devised by EDWARD COLE Producer RICHARD EDIS. Stereo
Introduced by Jenni Murray Time Gentlemen, Please....
The likes of Angie Watts and Bet Lynch are setting a trend, it seems. More and more women are running pubs. Sara Parker joins some of them for a pint and discovers that being a landlady is a rewarding, and sometimes dangerous, job
Serial: Prenez Garde by TERENCE DE VERE WHITE abridged in 11 episodes by JANET HICKSON
Read by Robert Hickson (1) Nine-year-old Brian is a precocious child, anxious to be 21 when he will be old enough to marry his unconventional governess. Miss Morris.
But Ireland in 1920 has other priorities - violent ones. (Music: Hamilton Harty 's "The Stream in the Glen')
Bhowani Junction by JOHN MASTERS
The last episode of a five-part dramatisation by BARRY CAMPBELL
5: Rodney Savage
Victoria Jones and Colonel
Rodney Savage try to resolve their relationship against a background of unrest in India.
With DAVID GARTH. DEV
SAGOO GUY HOLDEN. TARIQ ALIBAI
BHASKER MOTI MAKAN. TAPAN GHOSH and JOANNA WAKE
Theme music by MALCOLM CLARKE of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENMNG Stereo (R)
Maj Henry Dickson:
by JEAN PIERRE DE ROHAN
The stories of four extinct birds. 3: Martha - the Loneliest Bird In 1914, the last passenger pigeon died in Cincinnati zoo. Narrator Barry Paine Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol (R)
In this series of four family portraits, Michael O'Donnell explores how our shifting social unconventional and moral attitudes in Britain have affected family life. 3: The Bush Family
The Bush family uphold and maintain the special values of a Christian family life. How do they fit into an increasingly secular society - and do they, or their children, feel a need to adapt?
Producer SHARON BANOFF
What's new in medical science? How well are the doctors looking after us? Is our money being spent to best effect? Geoff Watts reports on the health of medical care - from the research laboratory and the operating theatre to the dentist's chair and the GP's surgery.
Producer JENNY WALKER
(Re-broadcast Thursday 10.00am)
As Mrs Thatcher 's ministers plan their attack on Britain's inner city problems, Gerry Northam reports from two American cities, Atlanta and Detroit.
Twenty years ago, both were devastated by riots, prompting a major, national programme of urban renewal.
What were the problems of these ghettos? Which policies have worked in tackling them? What lessons should Whitehall learn from the White House? Consultant ANDREW RUTHERFORD Producer LESLIE ROBINSON BBC Manchester
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