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Geoff Watts reports on the health of medical care - from the research laboratory and the operating theatre to the dentist's chair and the GP s surgery.
Producer JACKIE LUNN
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at & 15pm)
In the Heat of the Night (1) by LEIGH JACKSON
Directed by MARILYN IMRIE
(Part 2 on Thursday at 11. 00am L W) A synopsis of current events in 'Citizens' on Ceefax page 144
11.00 Time and Tune
16: Scenes from 'The Wind in the Willows'. Presented by DOUGLAS COOMBES. Stereo (R) (e)
11.20 Time to Move
6: April Showers. Presented by NICK MERCER. Stereo (e)
11.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories) White Horse on a Hill by KEVIN CROSSLEY-HOLLAND (R) (e)
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 (R)
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Parly Huggett and the Knobbly Parcel Stereo
2.05 History Lost and Found Australia Project Sydney Cove Adventurers The First Fleet by NANCE IRVINE Stereo (R) (e)
2.25 Mainstream GCSE Presented by SIMON MAYO and SUSIE GRANT A teenage resource magazine for GCSE students with reports from schools in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Coursework and assessment; examiner phone-link; experimental design; issue for discussion; real world applications; career and course opportunities. 8: Chemistry Stereo (e)
In the programme where you can meet heroines and history-makers, Jenni Murray talks to Joan Baez , whose songs of freedom and peace gave folk music a political voice. Serial: Corporal Jack by MARJORIE QUARTON abridged in 12 episodes by DOREEN ESTALL
Read by Nigel Anthony (12)
A comedy by OWEN HOLDER with the BBC Radio Drama Company
A cynical male 'romance' writer and an austere female academic form an unlikely liaison when they both get writer's block.
Directed by IAN COTTERELL. Stereo
The life of an orchestral percussionist might appear to be full of rests, frantic counting and noisy outbursts, but that's only part of the story. This afternoon Richard Baker talks to Michael Frye , principal percussionist of the London
Symphony Orchestra, who was for four years Mike Oldfield 's drummer, and Evelyn Glennie , who at 22 is the most successful percussionist of her generation. ProducerJUDITH ROLES . Stereo
Reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton link up with BBC Local Radio stations around the country, and dream of eight score draws.
It's 's Not Going to Change My Life Do football pools winners end up as losers?
Producer GLYN JONES BBC North East
(Re-broadcast next Sunday)
The Love of Money
For over 100 years, the Hibbert Trust has sponsored the annual Hibbert Lecture. This year's speaker is Andrew Phillips , a City solicitor for 22 years, who observes an era of unparalleled affluence exacting a price of moral schizophrenia. Can
Christian values, he asks, be lived out any longer in the world of money-making?
Libby Purves introduces the lecture, and chairs a live studio discussion. Andrew Phillips is joined by a panel including
Patrick Coldstream , Director of the Council for Industry and Higher Education, and Professor Jack Mahoney ,
Director of the Business Ethics Research Centre at King's College, London.
Producer NORMAN WINTER
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