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Clay Jones calls on the expert knowledge of Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward to answer listeners' gardening queries sent in by post. Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
Plant lists and topical tips from ■Gardeners' Question Time are displayed on Ceefax page 287.
Questions, on postcards only, please, to: Gardeners Question Time, BBC. POBox27, Manchester M601SJ.
11.00 Singing Together Presenter FERGUS O'KELLY (1) Producer DOUGLAS COOMBES Stereo (e)
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop Junior Drama What? 1: Taking Off by FIZ COLEMAN Presented by CRAWFORD LOGAN Producer JOHN TAYLOR Stereo (e)
11.40 Reading Comer 11: The White Crane by HELEN SMITH Storyteller HANNAH GORDON Producer ALAN LAMBERT Stereo (e)
11.50 Poetry Corner by CYNTHIA MITCHELL Producer MARY HAYDON Stereo (e)
The first of four debates in which issues of controversy and concern are put before an audience of jurors at the BBC's Paris Theatre.
The Able-Bodied Unemployed Should Workfor their Benefits Chairman Dick Taverne , qc Proposer
Lord Harris of High Cross, Chairman of the Institute of Economic Affairs
Opposer Austin MitcheU, mp Reseacher SHEENA MACKENZIE Producers
NICK UTECHIN and JEAN SNEDEGAR
From the apparently obvious to the downright obscure, Dilly Barlow attempts to answer your questions, with advice from experts and help from the BBC Reference Library.
This week: A Cup of Tea Leaves Producer CATHY DRYSDALE
Questions, on postcards only please, to: Enquire Within, BBC, London WIA 4WW
1.55 Listening Corner WENDY CRAIG reads Noisy Natalie and the Baby. Stereo
2.05 Wavelength Plus 16-19s The radio magazine on post-16 education and training, plus social issues and politics; plus personal problems; plus participation; plus presenters LAURA PENN. TERRY CHRISTIAN, MURIEL GRAY ; plus news; plus Open College; plus telephone referral service. Producer LYN CHAMPION (e) Ring Free/one [number removed] between
7.00 and 8. 00pm or during the programme, for information on courses, chances and opportunities.
Introduced by Jenni Murray Right On?
With the arrival of the take-away pizza, the micro-chip and modern household appliances, women's days of domestic slavery are over. So say one group of new Conservative women - the libertarian feminists. As Jenny Cuffe discovers, they believe it's new industries, not new legislation, which hold the key to women's liberation.
Serial: Prenez Garde (7)
Lost Tune from Rangoon by HUGH JENKINS
Paul, today a distinguished statesman, looks back to the turbulent years immediately after the last war when he found himself in Burma, caught up personally in that country's dramatic struggle for independence.
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON Stereo
Paul, the Narrator:
the young Paul:
Michael Oliver profiles Sir Charles Mackerras , a musician who specialises in 'seeking out the great works of unusual composers'. Particularly known for his research into the works of Handel and Janacek, last night he conducted the first performance of a new production of Bizet's The Pearl Fishers for
English National Opera. Producer JOHN BOUNDY
In the last of eight programmes about the great days of music-making in British watering-places, Fritz Spiegl gathers together some of the loose ends, both historical and anecdotal. Reader JOHN WESTBROOK Producer RAY ABBOTT Stereo
Life After Debt
Mexico's announcement, in 1982, that it couldn't keep up with its international debts triggered a crisis: the inability of debtor countries to repay their bank loans seemed to threaten the collapse of the world financial order. Five years later, it's still standing, though the volume of debt is greater than ever. On the eve of the annual meetings of the World Bank and the IMF, Peter Oppenheimer asks what kind of threat the debt problem poses now - and whether it can go on indefinitely.
Producer FRASER STEEL
(Re-broadcast tomorrow 11.00am LW)
A series of six programmes 5: The Performers
'Their art was a fleeting one, lost the moment the performance stopped.'
Who were the performers and what rungs on the social ladder did they occupy?
Presenter John Milsom
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