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6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
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8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
11.00 Time and Tune
6: The Musicians of Bremen Presented by DOUGLAS COOMBES Stereo (e)
11.20 Time to Move 6: Changing Shapes by KATE HARRISON Presented by NICK MERCER Stereo (e)
11 40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories): Coyote Steals a Blanket by DOUGLAS HILL and GAIL ROBINSON (R) (e)
Gordon Clough and Louis Allen preside over a further series of cerebral callisthenics.
Irene Thomas and Eric Korn challenge
Jack Jones and Bill Russell Resegrecher BERNICE COUPE Proccer ALASTAIR WILSON BBCManchester
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Oliver Button is a Sissy by TOMIE DE PAOLA. Stereo (R)
2.05 History Lost and Found Women Can Fly. Stereo (e)
2.25 Mainstream GCSE 3: Music Presented by SIMON MAYO and SUSIE GRANT. Stereo (e)
Introduced by Jenni Murray How much do we know about the workings of the mind?
How does memory function? Will the brain soon be understood to the same extent as any other organ of the body?
Some of the questions discussed by Baroness Warnock, Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge, and Richard Gregory , Professor of Neuropsychology at the University of Bristol. Serial:
Where Angels Fear to Tread by E. M. FORSTER abridged in nine episodes by ANN REES JONES
Read by Robert Powell (1)
They were all at Charing Cross to see Lilia off- Philip, Harriet, Irma, Mrs Herriton herself.
Even Mrs Theobald , squired by Mr Kingcroft , had braved the journey from Yorkshire to bid her only daughter goodbye. Miss Abbott was likewise attended by numerous relatives.
(Music: Elgar's Sonata for violin and piano)
by JENNIFER PHILLIPS with Tessa Worsley as Jacky Divorced , with two grown-up children, Jacky has gone back to secretarial work and shares an office with two much younger girls who seem to have an endless stream of men.
'Where do they meet them?' Jacky wonders. 'I never meet anyone.'
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS Stereo
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf talks to Richard Baker about the conductors, singers and accompanists she has worked with during her long and varied career. She also offers some thoughts on the art of singing and her approach to giving masterclasses.
Producers JUDITH ROLES and NIGEL WILKINSON Stereo
The weekly business magazine returns for its autumn season with a new presenter, David Lomax.
Turning a Business Around
An ailing company is in need of a fresh start, but where should it turn for inspiration? Jenni Mills eavesdrops on a board seeking a home-grown cure.
David Lomax investigates the value of outside troubleshooters. Researcher SIAN JAR VIS
Producer ANDREW VIVIAN
A Revolution without Shots Seventy years after the Bolshevik Revolution,
Mikhail Gorbachev 's phrase describes what he hopes will become an equally momentous transformation.
In three special File on 4 reports, Gordon Clough and Bridget Kendall explore the themes of perestroika
(reconstruction) and glasnost (openness) with a wide spectrum of Soviet society from top policy-makers to farm and factory workers.
As Gorbachev starts re-building the economy, how do workers react to the prospect of higher prices, and unemployment for the first time in Soviet history? Producers BRIDGET KENDALL and VICKY WHITFIELD Editor BRIAN WALKER BBCManchester
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 4.05pm) 0 HEAR THIS! page 25 and WODDIS ON: page 97
An addict's guide to good listening presented by Laurie Taylor Under review: Medicine Now (Radio 4,27 October); Drug Alert
(Radio 1, 25-30 October); and Dancing with the Dragon (Radio 1, 25 October) Producer JENNY DANKS
A two-part journey into the closeted world of solicitors and barristers.
1: Solicitors - the GPs of the Legal World
Lawyers in action follows a Warwickshire firm of solicitors as they deal with thieves, drunken drivers, house buyers and abandoned wives.
And into court - one day being congratulated by a client saved from prison, the next descending to the cells to commiserate with a less fortunate defendant. Producer BRIAN KING
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