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6.45* Business News With PETER DAY
7.00,8.00 Today's News Read by LAURIE MACMILLAN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport With ANDY SMITH
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
Geoff Watts reports on the health of medical care - from the research laboratory and the operating theatre to the dentist's chair and the GPs surgery.
Producer GEOFF DEEHAN
(Revised repeat tomorrow at 8. 15pm)
by CHRISTOPHER REASON
Directed by MARILYN IMRIE
A synopsis of current events in Citizens'ison Ceefaxpage 144
11.00 Time and Tune Time Flies (6) by BARRY GIBSON Presented by cilla FISHER ARTIE TREZ1SE and DAVID MOSES With the TIME FLIERS AND SINGERS from Havering, Wroughton and Baddesley Ensor. Stereo (R) 11 20 Time to Move
6: Shapes of the Night Presented by NICK MERCER Stereo (e)
11.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories)
6: The Pudding Like a Night on the Sea from the 'Julian' stories by ANN CAMERON Dramatised by PAULETTE RANDALL Stereo (e)
The first of eight programmes in which Alexander Walker recalls the screen careers of the cinema's brightest stars. 1: Humphrey Bogart
He could play a gangster and turn his near-lisp into a snarl, or a trench-coated crusader down Raymond Chandler 's mean streets, or a romantic loner waiting for
Ingrid Bergman to walk into his bar, or even a grizzled old soak going up-river with Katharine Hepburn. Humphrey Bogart created more classic roles than maybe any other star and, as one of the great movie heroes, he's never gone out of fashion - or affection.
Producer WENDY CLAY
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes by EVE SUTTON (R)
2.05 History Lost and Found Women Can Fly. Stereo (e)
2.25 Mainstream GCSE Presented by SIMON MAYO and SUSIE GRANT 3: Music Stereo (e)
by JEREMY TIPTAFT with Niall Buggy as Heaney Heaney went to a wedding on Thursday and got plastered.
Now he can't remember a thing about it. He has lost his
St Christopher medal, a present from his mammy before she died. Can he and Flaherty track it down?
Directed by PETER KAVANAGH. Stereo
Man in pub/Tarquin:
with Richard Baker
This week's guest is the 30-year-old Swedish trombonist Christian Lindberg , whose brilliant playing and technical virtuosity has led one critic to describe him as the Segovia of the trombone.
Producer JUDITH ROLES . Stereo
Is alcohol going out of fashion? Are we on the verge of a temperance revival? Reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton investigate.
Rule Out the Barrel
New alcohol-free pubs are opening around Britain. MPs are calling for strict laws to curb drink driving. And a national temperance organisation is turning its campaign against the Royal Family.
Producer GLYN JONES BBC North East
Can local hospitals keep up with advances in cancer treatment, or should patients be sent to specialist regional centres?
Felicity Goodey examines a managerial experiment which, some specialists claim, could save thousands of lives each year.
Producer BRENDAN MCCARTHY Editor GERRY NORTHAM BBC Manchester
The Jew first appeared in English drama as a usurer and the object of vilification at a time when, in fact, there were no Jews in England.
Monty Haltrecht examines the way in which the Jewish race has been presented in the theatre from the medieval mystery plays, with their biblical characters portrayed anachronistically as English knights and bishops, to the present day when the memory of Hitler's 'final solution' still casts an ugly shadow across the lives of many people. Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol. Stereo
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Geoffrey Hosking , Professor of Russian History at the School of Slavonic Studies in the University of London, in conversation with Bridget Kendal about his life, his work and the USSR.
Next week Geoffrey Hosking begins the 1988 Reith Lectures. Entitled The Rediscovery of Politics, they examine the nature of change in Soviet society.
Producer DAVID MORTON
The Reith Lectures will be broadcast on Tuesdays on Radio 4, repeated on Sundays on Radio 3, and printed weekly in the Listener.
News, views and information for visually handicapped people. Presented by Peter White Producer THENA HESHEL
The 'Jn Touch' handbook, a coniprehensive guide to services and equipmentfor blind people, £5.95 from: [address removed]
The writer J.G. Ballard , author of Empire of the Sun, has written a novella - Running Wild, a sinister tale of the murder of 32 adults on a pleasant housing estate.
Equally sinister is the new serial on BBC1, First Born - a contemporary variation on the Frankenstein story.
Presented by Paul Allen Producer JULIAN MAY
Editor RICHARD BANNERMAN
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