Presented by John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor featuring this year's winner of the Woman of the Year poll.
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News With PETER DAY
7.00,8.00 Today's News Read by CLIVE ROSLIN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
With CHARLES COLVILE
7.45* Thought for the Day
The small fortified town of Galle juts out into the Indian Ocean, at the south-western corner of Sri Lanka. Within the ramparts, by the crumbling
YWCA building, Mrs Bwldjens is selling her home-made fudge. She is proud of her Dutch name. In a small room at the back, Gracie Bartholomeus is teaching English elocution to Muslim children: while across the road. inside the old Dutch church Nesta Brohier polishes a brass plate bearing her daughter's name.
Melanie Butler meets the three remaining members of a disappearing tribe - the last Burghers of Galle.
Local adviser JOHN M. GORNER Producer NIGEL ACHESON Stereo (R)
3: Changing Attitudes
'Often our patients are regarded as end-stage, or dying... but the bulk of them are not like that at all. They have a specific problem with which they have to live, rather than from which they're going to die.'
Overcoming the fears and prejudices not only of patients and the public, but also of other doctors, is one of the tasks faced by those caring for patients with cancer.
Stereo (R) revised
In the programme that invites men to eavesdrop on what women talk about - and to join in - Jenni Murray meets Jenny Kirkpatrick , Chairman of the Electricity Consumers' Council and former union chief. Story:
Other People's Bathrobes
by CHARLES DICKENS
6: Trials and Tribulations
With HEATHER BELL JOHN BRYANS.
MALCOLM GERARD. MICHAEL GOLDIE .
KATHLEEN HELME. JANE KNOWLES.
MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES.
ANNE ROSENFELD. WILLIAM EEDLE
ALAN DUDLEY. HENRY KNOWLES.
KENNETH SHANLEY. JOHN GABRIEL.
ELIZABETH BELL. BRENDA KAYE ,
JOAN MATHESON. TOM OWEN.
PETER WICKHAM. MARY ELLIOTT
NELSON. GLADYS SPENCER.
DAVID SINCLAIR. HILDA SCHRODER.
CECILE CHEVREAU. SUSAN COLGRAVE
DEDDIE DAVIES ERIC ALLEN. BRUCE PURCHASE KAREN ARCHER. DIANA BISHOP GAVIN CAMPBELL. GERALD CROSS HUGH DICKSON. PETER WOODTHORPE. PADDY WARD. MARGOT BOYD. PAULINE LETTS Songs composed by MICHAEL GRAHAM COX
Dances played by MARTIN GOLDSTEIN. LOU WHITESON and CHRIS TAYLOR Stereo (R) revised
Miss Pym Disposes by Josephine Tey dramatised by Elizabeth Proud.
When, in 1948, Miss Pym accepted an invitation from her friend Henrietta Hodge to lecture at Ley's Women's College of Physical Education, she little thought that a collection of such healthy specimens of young womanhood could harbour currents dark enough and emotions strong enough to lead to murder ...
Directed by Glyn Dearman.
('Murder by Decrees' by John Abineri, tomorrow at 7.45pm)
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Staff at Ley's College Miss Lux:
Miss Gage ;:
An American in London Michael Berkeley talks to
Michael Tilson Thomas , who shortly takes up the post of principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, and who has long been a champion of George Gershwin. Producer RICHARD BANNERMAN (R)
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