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8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Your chance to discuss yesterday's Budget proposals with the Money Box team: Louise Botting
Christopher Gilchrist and Philip Hardman
Everyone was expecting big tax cuts from the Chancellor. How will your take-home pay be affected? What impact will the measures have on your savings and investments?
Put your questions direct to the Money Box team. Ring [number removed]Lines open from 8. 00am
A series of ten 'films for radio'
Five children, a Â£5,000 debt and four years on the dole have turned Stacey into a stripper. She tours the north west, trapped on an endless circuit of pubs and clubs, shedding her clothes but clinging to her pride. Reporter Stephanie Hazeldeane
11.00 Singing Together Presenter FERGUS O'KELLY (19) Stereo (e)
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop The Triangular Trade
2: The African Connection by FIZ COLEMAN Storyteller CRAWFORD LOGAN Stereo (R) (e)
11.40 Reading Corner The Doko by SHYAM DAS BAISHNAB translated by ROBERT SCOTT Storyteller BHASKER. Stereo (R) (e)
11.50 Poetry Corner: The Wind and the Rain by PETER FOZZARD (e)
From the apparently obvious to the downright obscure, Dilly Barlow attempts to answer your questions with advice from experts and help from the BBC Reference Library.
Questions to: Enquire Within [address removed]
A thriller serial in five parts by R.D. Wingfield.
With Leslie Sands as Sergeant Fowler, Nick Orchard as Constable Roy Beaumont.
Until Beaumont came to Polford, fresh from Police Training College, he had never seen a dead body. But in this sleepy fishing village in the West Country he was about to complete his education ...
(BBC Bristol) (Stereo) (R)
Constable Roy Beaumont:
Jenni Murray meets the poet
Amryl Johnson , who talks about her travels back to her roots in Trinidad, and Desmond Morris discloses what the colour of your walls has to say about you. Serial: Out of the Shelter (5)
by EUGENE LABICHE and M. A. JOLLY translated and adapted by KENNETH MCCLELLAN
Although Monsieur Caboussat has had no education, he has become a well-to-do dignitary in a small French town. But now he has been nominated as a corresponding member of the nearby academy and he cannot correspond! He cannot even spell! High farce ensues as he tries to reap the honours and avoid detection.
Directed by PETER KAVANAGH. Stereo
'Gong' is a Javanese word and 'gamelan' is a traditional Indonesian orchestra, consisting mostly of gongs, metallophones and drums. Alec Roth , who travelled to Java to study Gamelan music, is the Gamelan Programme Director at the South Bank Centre in London, passing on his skill to school children, composers and rock musicians. David Foil invites you to join him on the course for adult beginners. Producer NIGEL ACHESON Stereo (R) revised
A Modern Pilgrimage
At the threshold of a medieval church in Canterbury, an unsuspecting visitor may find an England of 600 years ago. The Pilgrims Way opens this week, and attempts to re-create the journey of Chaucer's pilgrims within the time capsule of St Margaret's Church.
The quest begins at the Tabard Inn in 14th-century Southwark and encounters Chaucer's
Miller, Pardoner and the Wife of Bath on their way to
Canterbury and the tomb of Thomas a Becket.
Paul Vaughan sets off on a modem pilgrimage. Producer SALLY MARMION
Presented by David Lomax
A single European market by 1992? That is the EEC plan, when it is hoped all trade restrictions and barriers will be lifted.
So is British business thinking European enough? That's today's question, with a special look at West Germany. Researcher SIAN JARVIS Producer ROD POUNSETT
It's time once again to join compere Clive Anderson as he fishes out some of the best new stand-up comedy from the murky depths of the Comedy Store, Leicester Square. Don't listen with mother! Producer DAVID TYLER. Stereo
Six judges from different levels of the court system talk to
Hugo Young about their lives. 2: Mr Justice Macpherson, of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court, and currently the presidingjudge of the Northern Circuit.
Producer ANNE SLOMAN
The Betty Ford Center is probably the best-known clinic for the treatment of alcoholism and drug abuse in the world.
Founded by the wife of former US President Gerald Ford , it now has a high success rate.
Jean Snedegar meets Mrs Ford and reports on the Center. Producer SALLY THOMPSON (R)
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