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8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Report on your own story with the help of Susan Marling and Nigel Farrell.
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9.10 Together: An Assembly for Schools The Unicorn (2) by ARTHUR SCHOLEY Presented by NICK PAGE . Stereo (e)
9.30 Living Language Alas for the Unicorn! Poetry compiled and presented by LIBBY HOUSTON. Stereo (e)
9.50 First Steps in Drama The Hall of Mirrors
5: The Mirror Mosaic by CATHY DRYSDALE Storyteller CRAWFORD LOGAN Stereo (R) (e)
10.10 Something to Think About Peter and Jesus by GEOFFREY CURTIS. Stereo (e)
10.20 Tales of Narnia by c s LEWIS, adapted in ten parts by BRIAN SIBLEY Episode 10: with MAURICE DENHAM as the Professor STEPHEN THORNE as Asian and ROSEMARY MARTIN as Jadis Producer GEOFF MARSHALL-TAYLOR Stereo (e)
How long do animals and plants live? Where are the best bits of unspoilt Ireland? What is now immigrating up from the deep on to our shores?
Fergus Keeling and Lionel Kelleway seek the answers - and report on the wildlife scene. Producer JOHN HARRISON BBCBristol
(Re-broadcast next Sunday)
11.00 Teachers' Talk
20: The GCSE- Broader Perspectives WENDY JONES , BBC Radio education correspondent, talks to GRAHAM TAYAR.
11.05 In the News including the last of five special reports from Nepal. Presented by FRANK PARTRIDGE (e) Forfact pack on Nepal, send A4 SAE to: [address removed]
11.30 Conservation - Now Safe to Swim The latest conservation news and school projects on toads Stereo
11.50 Listening and Reading One-Tooth Jack and the Kite-Eaters by KARA MAY Read by CHRISTINE MACKIE (R)
Sue MacGregor meets Christine Hart , Manager of Hartlepool
People, an organisation which has transformed an old police station into a busy centre for unemployed people. Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)
by ALEX SHEARER
3: A Tooth for a Tooth starring Dinsdale Landen as HM Ambassador Mackenzie with Peter Acre as William Frost Moir Leslie as Helen featuring Stephen Greif as the US Ambassador and Christopher Benjamin as Colonel Surikov
There is as yet no extradition agreement between the UK and the People's Republic of.... wherever it is; but some kinds of accusation cannot be lightly brushed aside.
Producer PETE ATKIN. Stereo
1.55 Listening Comer Today's story: Harvest at Rookery Farm. Stereo
2.05 Looking at Nature Things to Grow TIMMY MALLETT explores the essentials for plant growth with ROBIN ROBBINS , at a local authority nursery. Stereo (e)
2.20 Nellie and the Dragon by ELIZABETH LINDSAY
10: Nellie Goes to the Park with NICOLA KATHRENS and BERNADETTE WINDSOR Stereo (e)
2.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poetry): In the Saddle by MURRAY KASH (R) (e)
2.40 Listen! Nicobobinus (5) by TERRY JONES , dramatised by DAVID SELF. Stereo (e)
by STAN BARSTOW with Russell Dixon as Gerald Hare
Gerald Hare 's return to the town where he lived as a boy sparks off memories of the only woman he ever truly loved.
Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester. Stereo
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Richard Murdoch leads you on a gently nostalgic meander through the funnier side of reaching three score or more, with tonic wine provided by Joyce Grenfell , Marty Feldman , Irene Handl and Orson Welles among others.
Written by BOB SINFIELD
Compiled and produced by NEIL CARGILL . Stereo
Britain has an enviable record for the brilliance of its original scientific research, but now large sections of the scientific community say a spending squeeze is causing serious damage.
Is basic research under threat? Should they be directing their efforts at more commercial projects?
Presented by David Wheeler Producer MARK LAITY
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