Presented by Brian Redhead and John Humphrys
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News
With Peter Day
7.00, 8.00 Today's News Read by Charlotte Green
7.25*, 8.25* Sport with Garry Richardson
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Reporter (Business News):
The programme where you right a wrong; cut red tape; expose a scandal; investigate a serious issue, or share a funny tale.
This is the programme where you report on your own story with the help of Nigel Farrell and Susan Marling.
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9.10 Together: An Assembly for Schools The Unicorn (1) by ARTHUR SCHOLEY Presented by NICK PAGE Stereo (e)
9.30 Living Language Dream of Unicorns (3) by BERLIE DOHERTY Stereo (e)
9.50 First Steps in Drama The Hall of Mirrors 4: The Sky Palace Storyteller CRAWFORD LOGAN Stereo (R) (e)
10.10 Something to Think About Let's Be Friends Poems and songs compiled by DIANA REED. Stereo (e)
10.20 Tales of Narnia byes, LEWIS The Magician's Nephew and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe adapted in ten parts by BRIAN SIBLEY Episode 9 With MAURICE DENHAM as the Professor and ROSEMARY MARTIN as Jadis. Stereo (e)
Frog-eating bats, tapirs, turtles and terrapins are just some of the creatures to be found in the Brazilian forests.
Fergus Keeling talks to Adrian Barnett about his recent expedition to Brazil and Jessica Holm hears about the Naabis, the Ndohos and the Pedallers - all packs of wild dogs.
(Re-broadcast next Sunday)
11.00 Teachers' Talk
19: The GCSE - The Broader Perspectives WENDYJONES, BBC Radio education correspondent, talks to GRAHAM TAYAR (e)
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 1AA
11.30 Conservation - Now Batty About Bats. Stereo (e)
11.50 Listening and Reading Lost! by KARA MAY Read by JOHN TALBOT (R) (e)
by Alex Shearer.
What goes up must, in this era of glasnost, come down, but exactly where it comes down is still a matter for negotiation.
HM Ambassador Mackenzie:
The US Ambassador:
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Peg-Leg Pete and the Pirate Ghost. Stereo (R)
2.05 Looking at Nature Has Spring Sprung? Go on a treasure hunt to find the first signs of spring. Try TIMMY MALLETT 'S bee-nest box idea too. Stereo (e)
2.20 Nellie and the Dragon by ELIZABETH LINDSAY
9: Nellie and the Snowy Day with NICOLA KATHRENS and BERNADETTE WINDSOR. Stereo (e)
2.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poetry/Music) Beautiful Horse! Compiled by PADDY BECHELY (R) (e)
2.40 Listen! Nicobobinus (4) by TERRY JONES dramatised by DAVID SELF Stereo (e)
by Christina Reid.
'My name, shall I tell you my name? It's hard but I'll try. Sometimes I forget it; that's when I'm shy.
But I have another, I never forget so easy. So pretty. And that's Granda's pet!'
In present day Ulster, Andrea and her grandfather have been forced apart by their politics. Now each tenderly looks back on their relationship.
(BBC Northern Ireland) (Stereo)
Andrea as a child:
Andrea as a toddler:
In this theatre quiz Sheila Hancock 's guests hear an Armenian version of Hamlet, a budgie's version of Julius Caesar, and tales of disaster. With Keith Barron, Moira Lister, Martin Jarvis and Denise Coffey.
The anthem chosen to mark Dublin's millenium is a new arrangement of Molly Malone. The influence of those famous streets is very much in evidence as William Trevor reflects on the history and traditions of the Fair City ... with a little help from earlier writers.
Additional touches of blarney are provided by Marcella O'Riordan and T. P. McKenna. Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Pebble Mill
Secondary Science Producer ARTHUR VIALLS (R) (e)
12.30 The Mole Concept Presented by FRED HARRIS Computer-synchronised radio and at 12.50 Uniformly Accelerated Motion Presented by NIGEL GRAHAM Computer-synchronised radio
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