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A chance to check your knowledge of gardening and related subjects against two teams led by Irene Thomas and Norman Painting
Their guests are Eartha Kitt
Molly Sugden , Leslie Crowther and Monica Dickens. Questionmaster
Dr Stefan Buezacki Producer IAN STRACHAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
Trained to Perfection
Athletes entered for the Olympic Games hope to reach : their peak during the next two weeks. In addition to full-time I coaches, many are now helped by physiologists, psychologists and nutritionists. But does science make a difference to the athletes' performances? Geoff Watts talks to the coaches and the sports scientists who advise them, and finds out how an athlete trains to perfection. Producer CATHERINE CHARNAUD
Perils of the Sea
Fifth in a series of sevenplays by JOHN MORTIMER With and Rumpole leaves London to sit behind his Head of Chambers in a provincial court, and is faced with mysterious happenings among the weekend sailors. Directed by IAN COTTERELL
Henry Arthur Spong:
1.55 Listening Corner Today: The Lost Button. Stereo
2.00 Recorder Club Stage II (3). Stereo (e)
2.20 11-14 Project Language Starters 1: German Written by RICHARD SMITH Presented by RENATE RECHTIEN and STEFAN GROTHGAR and at 2.40 2: Spanish Written by CHARLES DAVIS Presented by ISABEL SUKAN and CHARLES DAVIS. Producer JOHN PARRY. Stereo (e)
by MARTIN BOYLAN with Paul, at 13, is a no hoper. His family has rejected him and, after years in a Dublin children's home, he is drifting into a life of crime. He thinks no one cares. Sister Dolan thinks differently.
Directed by JEREMY HOWE
BBC Northern Ireland. Stereo
A series of fourfamily portraits with Michael O'Donnell 3: The Hamiltons
The Hamiltons have two businesses, two kitchens and a daughter in each. But when worklife and homelife combine, does something, or someone, have to give?
Researcher RUTH ADAM
Producer SHARON BANOFF. Stereo
A host of star writers find themselves hurled into hardback over the next few weeks. The publishing high season has begun and breaking the Booker Prize deadline is one factor that accounts for the rush. Natalie Wheen talks to publishers and authors. Producer NOAH RICHLER
at Redbourn Cricket Club
Brian Johnston umpires the proceedings and captains
Tim Rice and Willie Rushton are assisted by Benny Green and Rachael Heyhoe-Flint . Written by PETER HICKEY and MALCOLM WILLIAMSON
Producer PAUL SPENCER. Stereo (R)
by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
With Alison Steadman as Miss Primrose, Robert Stephens as General Cheeseman.
The Stranger is holding the Club to ransom. He has given Miss Primrose orders to travel to South Africa and murder General Cheeseman.
Michael Holroyd 's muchpublicised first volume about George Bernard Shaw is published this week. Michael Berkeley includes it in today's programme as well as the new play by Howard Barker , Our Country's Good.
Producer MIKE GREENWOOD
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