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7.45* Thought for the Day
The fifth of seven discussions. Matthew Parris , in the company of the learned
Paul Barker , the loquacious
Jeff Nuttall and various guests, considers divers proposals for the improvement of our condition. Leadership
'There are men who, by their sympathetic attractions, carry nations with them and lead the activity of the human race....' Researcher AMANDA MARES Producer ANNE HINDS
BBC North West. Stereo
Scotland's longest river provides the setting for
Cliff Morgan 's journey through the Central Highlands. At a croft on the road to the Isles he encounters a Highland bull and, in a hide beside the Loch of Lowes, he searches in vain for an osprey. He visits Dunkeld
Cathedral, enjoys the music of the fiddle, discovers how a salmon is tagged and tracked and spends just a while in Scotland's smallest distillery. Producer ANTHONY SMITH. BBC Bristol. Stereo
Some of the poetry requested by Radio 4 listeners
Presented by Nigel Forde Readers ANGELA DOWN and GEOFFREY BEEVERS Producer SUSAN ROBERTS BBC Bristol. Stereo
Requests to: Poetry Please! BBC. Bristol BS82LR
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A panel game devised byTONYSHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON
Dilys Powell and Frank Muir challenge Victoria Glendinning and Denis Norden
In the Chair Michael O'Donnell Questions compiled by MICHAEL O'DONNELL
Producer PETE ATKIN. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Thursday at 6.30pm)
Politics, places and people, finance, fashion and food -
Jenni Murray and guests puzzle out the meaning of life, love and anything women worry about and laugh about together.
Serial: The Colour of Murder (9) Editor CLARE SELERIEGREY
by FREEMAN WILLS CROFTS adapted by ALAN DOWNER with and On the night of 15 September Starvel House burnt to the ground and its three inmates perished in the flames. An inquest brought in a verdict of accidental death, but Inspector French thinks differently!
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON Stereo (R)
Detective Constable Tanner:
Chief Insp Mitchell:
Ruth A verill:
Manager at Thomas Cook's:
by FREDERICK BRADNUM withand
Heathcote was at one time almost part of the family of young sisters, but 15 years ago he vanished from their lives. His motives in visiting them again seem to be more than idle curiosity, and he cannot have expected the reception that the sisters gave him.
Directed by JANE MORGAN
Stereo (Rebroadcastnext Saturday)
Richard Dreyfuss , Stacy Keach , Michael York , Harry Hamlin , James Whitmore and Jack Coleman talk to John McNally about their experiences of making two radio drama productions for the BBC:
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
(to be broadcast next Saturday) and Are You Now or Have You Ever Been, a drama documentary by Eric Bentley (to be broadcast next Monday), both plays dealing with witch hunts.
Presented by Gerry Jones
Stereo (Re-broadcast next Saturday)
Mark Steyn presents the arts magazine, which tonight includes a book of letters of Max Beerbohm and a feature about the design of Truro's new law courts.
Producer SALLY MARMION
Editor RICHARD BANNERMAN
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 4. 30pm)
A series of eight programmes 5: Songs of Protest
With LYS GAUTY. MARIANNE OSWALD
EDITH PIAF , BLANDINE EBINGER
MANI MATTER. BORIS VIAN
GISELA MAY. PIERRE LOUK1 and GRIGORIS BITHIKOTSIS
Records (First broadcaston Radio 3)
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