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8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
In the last of nine programmes Bruce Sandison talks with Christopher Lowell.
Scourie and the Boardmaster
Fishing guests at the hotel visit the many lochs in strict order, though nobody admits to casting a fly at the Hush Loch. (First broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland)
Gordon Clough and Louis Allen preside over a further series of cerebral callisthenics and aerobics for the lobes.
Irene Thomas and Eric Kom challenge Brian Thompson and Michael Bowen.
Researcher AMANDA MARES Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
It's party time for Jenni Murray and her guests. Discover with them the seasonal celebrations of the great and the good in centuries past, and the secrets of throwing a good bash. Music by the London
Community Gospel Choir.
Story: Slaves to the Mushroom
by ANGUS GRAHAM CAMPBELL They That Have Power
A priest has a surprise visit from an old school friend, except 'friend' is not the word for the boy who felt bullied by him. and at 3.10 Another Half-Hour
In which we learn how the boy was bullied.
Music by DAVID CHILTON and NICK RUSSELL-PA VIER
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY Stereo
('Little Horrors by Angus Graham -
Campbell begins Boxing Day 11. 45pm)
Despite the glitz which now surrounds Christmas, carols are still at the heart of the festivities, and so too is the traditional image of the chorister. Richard Baker 's guests this week include Sir
David Willcocks , who was for many years Director of Music at King's College, Cambridge, and has arranged many well-known carols. They are joined by two talented young choristers who compare their experiences of this unique training.
Producer JUDITH ROLES. Stereo
The last programme in the series Introduced by David Lomax Computer Security
Information technology has made firms more vulnerable than they realise, not only to the fraudster, but to the spy and the saboteur. So what can they do about it?
Series researcher SIAN JARVIS Producer ANDREW VIVIAN
Written and narrated by Brian Sibley
Since its publication, Charles Dickens 's A Christmas Carol has been staged, filmed, turned into musicals, cartoons - even an opera. Brian Sibley explores its history and attempts to assess the perennnial appeal of a story more widely known than read. Featuring readings and performances of Scrooge by, among others:
Lionel Barrymore , Roy Dotrice Albert Finney , The Goons
Alec Guinness , Patrick Magee Mr Magoo , Daniel Massey Walter Matthau ,
Ralph Richardson , Leonard Rossiter , Scrooge McDuck, Paul Scofield , Alastair Sim and Orson Welles Readers NORMAN BIRD and DIANA OLSSON
Producer GLYN DEARMAN. Stereo
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Michael Barber recalls the days of the angry young men of the 1950s - those writers who challenged the British way of life and thought.
But did their attitudes and behaviour seriously threaten the old order of things? Reader MARTIN jar vis
Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS (R)
The programme for blind and partially-sighted people. Presented by Peter White Producer THENA HESHEL
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