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22: The Olympic Games with DOUGLAS COOMBES. Stereo (e)
11.20 Time to Move 2: Echoes with NICK MERCER. Stereo (e)
11.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories): Seal Secret by AIDEN CHAMBERS, adapted by EDWARD KELSEY (R) (e)
Radio Pictures of Ladakh
In the first of four programmes, radio photographer
Tim Malyon puts you behind the viewfinder of his camera on an assignment in this remote region of the Himalayas. 1: The Road to Chilling Producer NIGEL ACHESON o INFO: page 74
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1.55 Listening Comer Today's story: Young Hedgehog Tries to Be Clever. Stereo
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In the programme that tells the stories behind the headlines,
Jenny Cuffe reports on school-life after opting out. Will there still be room for specialist services like visiting musicians, speech therapists and educational psychologists? Serial: AU the Best, Kim (6) Presented by Jenni Murray
by MICHAEL WALL with What price can you put on a life? In a deserted seaside cottage Paul is holding a 14-year-old girl hostage.
But for what? He doesn't seem interested in money. His is more an act of mercy.
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER Stereo
How does a record company decide what to record on its classical label and how can a one-man operation compete with an internationally based company for a share in the market? Richard Baker talks to Christopher Raeburn , manager of opera production with Decca International, and Ted Perry , managing director of Hyperion Records.
Producer JUDITH ROLES. Stereo
in conversation with Frank Gillard
On 10 December 1981 Alasdair Milne was appointed the 10th Director-General of the BBC.
On 29 January 1987 he resigned in controversial circumstances. In the first major interview since he left the BBC, Alasdair Milne talks candidly about his years as the BBC's Chief
Executive, his relationship with the Board of Governors and the events surrounding his resignation.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol. Stereo
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