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6.30,7.30,8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News With PETER DAY
7.00,8.00 Today's News Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
With GARRY RICHARDSON
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
9.10 Together: An Assembly for Schools Life Story (2) by MARIANNE COOK Presented by NICK PAGE Stereo (e)
9.30 Living Language Water, Water, Everywhere An anthology compiled by FELICITY HAYES MCCOY (e)
9.50 First Steps in Drama The Saxon Village
3: The Normans Arrive by DEIDRE GRIFFIN CRAWFORD LOGAN Stereo (e)
10.10 Something to Think About The Rainbow Promise by ANITA HEWETT. Stereo (e)
10.20 Discovery: Help!
2: People Who Need Help by JENNY NEMKO Presenter lAIN LAUCHLAN Stereo (e)
10.30 Talkwaves Baxter Wall 's Spy Game 2: Count Bosko's Bunker by JOHN TAYLOR Stereo (e)
The programme where you set the agenda
Radio 4 offers you the opportunity to sort out what s bugging you. Sue Marling and Nigel Farrell are on hand with support, advice and a touch of humorous observation. You ask the question the professionals wouldn't dare to.
Producer MARY PRICE. BBC Bristol If you would like to take part in ■Punters' write, with address and telephone number, to: Punters,
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Five programmes which revisit the scenes of past celebrated crimes, scandals and intrigue.
1: Providence House, Peasenhall Eighty-five years ago this sleepy Suffolk village was scandalised by the killing of a pretty maid-servant. One man was tried twice for her murder but walked free. Roger Wilkes visits the present house-owner and recalls the unsolved case ofRoseHarsent.
Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester (R)
Fergus Keeling joins
David Bellamy in Turkey to see if one of the last really wild places can be saved, while Lionel Kelleway has a ringside view of the fallow deer rut among the biggest herd in Britain.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBCBristol
11.00 Teachers' Talk The New National Curriculum (e) 6: JOHN SELLARS , Chief Executive of BTEC, talks to GRAHAM TAYAR.
11.05 In the News Presented by FRANK PARTRIDGE (e) Letters and tapes should be sent to: In the News, BBC School Radio, London WIA 4WW Message machine [number removed]
11.30 Stories from Our Street 6: How the Brothers Divided Their Property (RV) (R)(e)
11.50 Listening and Reading Wild in the City by MADELINE SOTHEBY Read by JOHN TALBOT (R) (e)
Sue MacGregor meets a marriage of talents.
Vivien Noakes is a writer and an authority on Edward Lear. Her husband. Michael, is a painter, chiefly of portraits and landscape. They talk about their lives and work, and reflect a little on both. Producer GILLIAN HUSH
Ferdi Dennis visits another capital in his journey round five countries of East and Southern Africa. 2: Dar-es-Salaam
Under the care of an irrepressible taxi driver, Ferdi Dennis explores Tanzania's capital city. (R)
in Different Viewpoints
'If the television is a guest in the house, it's rude to exclude it from the conversation. If the television says something, then one would be impolite not to respond to it.'
Written by SIMON BRETT
Producer PETE ATKIN , Stereo
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Tommy's Tuba by BEN BUTTERWORTH. Stereo (R)
2.05 Looking at Nature Natural Britain (RV) A visual introduction to the unit's broadcasts and project ideas. Stereo (e)
2.20 Let's Make a Story! On the Mountain by RON JAMES Storyteller LOUIS ROBINSON Stereo (e)
2.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poetry): This Old Stone (R) (e)
2.40 Listen! Return to Badidrempt (6) by DEREK FARMER. Stereo (e)
Introduced by Jenni Murray In Father's Footsteps (2)
Sonia Beesley meets Hilary Armstrong , MP for Durham
North West, whose father. The Rt Hon Ernest Armstrong , held the seat for Labour for 23 years. Serial:
Where Angels Fear to Tread (3)
by JANE RAWUNSON
Set in Co Clare, the action revolves round the discovery of a young girl's body in front of the statue of the Virgin - and the effect this has, throughout the community ...
Directed by STEWART CONN BBC Scotland. Stereo
with Nigel Forde
The 50s were a time of austerity, of punitive conventions, of a grey uniformity ... Soho was perhaps the only area in London where the rules didn't apply.
Writer and broadcaster Daniel Farson , author of Soho in the 50s, takes a stroll round this 'proudly squalid' district of London and recalls some of its Bohemian inhabitants. Producer NIGEL ACHESON
A musical panel game devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge
Ian Wallace and Denis Norden In the Chair Steve Race
Questions compiled by STEVE RACE Producer PETE ATKIN , Stereo
To Fly where the Sun Never Sets
The life story of an Arctic tern by Paul Thomas
Narrated by Andrew Sachs
Arctic terns migrate from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back each year, a round trip of 25,000 miles. Why do they fly so far, and how do they find their way? Zoologists Robin Baker , Euan Dunn and Chris Mead follow the fortunes of one individual, recognised by the numbered ring on its leg -74/B. Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBCBristol. Stereo (R)
A magazine of special interest to disabled listeners and their families.
Presented by Kati Whitaker Producer MARLENE PEASE
Correspondence and enquiries to: Does He Take Sugar?
BBC, London W1A 4WW Phone [number removed]
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