Presented by John Humphrys and Peter Hobday featuring this week the finalists for the Best of British Youth awards. Listeners are asked to vote for the winners.
Today, Kirsty Digger , aged 19, from Brighton.
After a checkered education, during which she was constantly suspended for disruptive behaviour, Kirsty is now committing her life to working with disadvantaged children - deaf children, blind children, and young offenders. Addressfor voting is: Best of British Youth Awards. Today Programme BBC London WIA 4WW
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7.45* Thought for the Day
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From Manchester Cathedral led by CANON NOEL VINCENT
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Chairman Robert Robinson First Round - Scotland lain McTaggart Campbell (wine waiter) lain Liddell (statistician)
Michael MacDonald Cooper (charity co-ordinator) George Beggs
(retired civil servant)
Programme devised by JOHN P. WYNN Questions set by IAN GILLIES
Producer RICHARD EDIS. Stereo
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Facts, fiction and fantasy, finance, fashion and food - Jenni Murray and guests provide the daily fix that no woman should forego.
Serial: Of Flowers and a Village by WILFRID BLUNT abridged in six episodes by PAT MCLOUGHUN
Read by Richard Leech (4) Editor CLARE SELERIE-GREY
A comedy by ALICK ROWE
Sony Radio Award winner for Best Use of Comedy With and Was the poor man gathering fuel really poor, and was he really a man - or was she a Slavnik spy in disguise? Was Wenceslas's tramp into the forest with his 10-year-old page carrying flesh and wine and logs just a public relations exercise? What is the true story behind the story of Good King Wenceslas?
ANDREW CHRISTIE (synthesiser) Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN
Good King Wenceslas:
the Queen Grandmother:
Harry the spy:
Presented by Valerie Singleton and Rory Maclean
Including throughout the week reports from Gordon Clough in Moscow at the special
Conference of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
5.00,5.30 News Summary
5.20 Wimbledon Report
5.25 PM Letters
5.31 City News
Editor ROGER MOSEY continued on FM 5.50-5.55
by MICHAEL WALL
Sony Radio Award winner for Actor for his performance as Charles Catchpole With and She was the talk of Venice in the 1850s. She was captivating, effusive. But was she really dangerous? When the gondola arrived to take
Charles Catchpole to the Princess
Malvezzi, he had no idea that it would deliver him into a world of romance and political intrigue. As an artist he would rather stay an observer, hiding beneath his wide-brimmed hat. Music composed and played by MIA SOTERIOU .
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER .
the Princess Malvezzi:
Presented by Michael Oliver including a review of the colossal Aida at Earls Court and a report on the Venice Biennale, where the British Pavilion features the work of Tony Cragg.
Producer CARROLL MOORE
Editor RICHARD BANNERMAN
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