Presented by Peter Hobday and Chris Lowe
7,00,8.00 Today's News Read by EUGENE FRASER
7.25* Sport with CHARLES COL VILE
7.30,8.30 News Summary
7.40*, 8.47* Today's Papers
7.45 In Perspective
With JOHNSTON MCKAY
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament Editor PHILIP HARDING
with Ned Sherrin and the likes of Stephen Fry , Carol Thatcher and Emma Freud.
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Additional additional material from PAUL SPARKS
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE
CATHIE MAHONEY , JAN ARKWRIGHT
Seven days' world new poked, shuffled, twisted and wiggled by Private Eye's
Richard Ingrams , the Listener's
Alan Coren , ITN's Trevor McDonald , and the Prime Minister's very own Carol Thatcher. Written and compiled by JOHN LANGDON and producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 6.3Opm)
casts an analytical eye across the way we live now, seeks out the currents of thought and behaviour that influence us in getting and spending, and shows that there is more to design and style than meets the eye.
Presented by Sarah Dunant Producer JANICE HADLOW
by SAM JACOBS
The story of a family over the 40 years of Israel's history, set in the Kibbutz Farran, 1947-88. With and Hebrew adviser DANIELLE COHEN
Special effects by MALCOLM CLARKE (BBC Radiophonic Workshop) Directed by PIERS PLOWRIGHT Stereo
4.30 Not So Long Ago Series 2 Eight programmes about modern world history presented, with archive recordings, by GEOFFREY STERN. 7: The Creation of Bangladesh 1971 (First broadcast on the BBC World Service) (e)
5.00 Man Masters Nature Twenty-five centuries of science 7: Loss of Innocence GEOFF WATTS discusses the impact of the new physics with PROFESSOR CLIVE KlLMISTER and DR JOHN HENDRY. Stereo (R) (e)
5.30 Get By in Greek A five-part beginners' course With CHRISTINA COUCOUNARA and YORGOS YANNOULOPOULOS 4: Finding Your Way Around (R)(e)
Four conversations in which Jenny Cuffe talks to men and women who, by choice or circumstance, find themselves outside the world to which they once belonged. 1: Sally Trench
When she was 16 Sally Trench left her comfortable middle-class home to join the dossers on London's bomb sites. Today her life still revolves around society's drop-outs.
The Girl of My Best Friend by CHRISTOPHER REASON with and When Jules finds a pile of old photographs and a letter in her husband's desk drawer, she unlocks a tragic past which has haunted their troubled marriage.
Directed by CLIVE BRILL BBC Manchester. Stereo
(Re.broadcast on Monday at 3. 00pm)
Mrs White/Station announcer:
I Haunt the Sunny Streets
Colin Style presents the poetry of Zimbabwe and shows how it has been affected by the country's stormy history. Readers LEO AYLEN and JOHN MATSHIKIZA Producer ALEC REID BBC Bristol. Stereo
In a series of six programmes
David Bean travels in the footsteps of George Borrow , who in 1837 began the uphill and dangerous task of selling Protestant bibles in Catholic Spain. 1: Madrid
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Another stroll through the rolling hills and verdant pastures of Stephen Fry 's head. Striding along manfully in shorts and sandals are Hugh Laurie and Jim Broadbent , while trailing a long way behind and whining is this week's guest Alison Steadman. Written by STEPHEN FRY
Additional material by IAN BROWN and JAMES HENDRIE
Producer DAN PATTERSON. Stereo
Following in the footsteps of such silver-penned satirists as Swift, Dryden, W. S. Gilbert , Thackeray and Freddie Mercury of Queen, the Live on Arrival team bring you half an hour of swingeing socio-political satire and some jokes about haddock.... live! Starring Hugh Dennis
Flip Webster , Steve Punt and Guy Jackson
Songs and music by GUY JACKSON Written by STEVE PUNT with additional material by HUGH DENNIS GUY JACKSON. FLIP WEBSTER and DAVID TYLER
Producer DAVID TYLER. Stereo
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