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6.45* Business News With PETER DAY
7.00, 8.00 Today's News
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
9.05 Don't Miss.... what's coming on School Radio
9.10 Together: An Assembly for Schools Presented by NICK PAGE Mission for Rescue (3) by ARTHUR SCHOLEY (R) (e)
9.30 Living Language Children of Winter (3) by BERLIE DOHERTY. Stereo (e)
9.50 First Steps in Drama The Tale of the Terrible Oomphxsktsktskt by JOHANNA PLATT 2: The Lair adapted by JOHN TAYLOR. Stereo (e)
10.10 Something to Think About Prince Siddartha and the Swan by GRETA JAMES adapted by PADDY BECHELY (R) (e)
10.20 Reading Comer 4: Haifa Kingdom adapted by MYRA BARR. SUE elus. Storyteller BRENDA BLETHYN Stereo (R) (e)
10.30 Talkwaves Runaway by JOHN TAYLOR 2: Ghost Train With JANNETTE BEVERLEY as the Girl (R) (e)
The last of four programmes searching for the roots of creativity.
Advice to a Young Creator Can anyone team to be creative? There is now some evidence that education and training can release intrinsic talent within us all. Peter Evans assembles guidance on the best strategies to adopt if you sincerely want to create. Contributors include
Jonathan Miller , Michael Frayn
Professor Richard Gregory , Sir Terence Conran , David Ogilvy , Miles Kington , Professor Robert Weisberg , Jonathan Kenworthy.
Producer GEOFF DEEHAN (R)
11.00 Teachers' Talk Governors and Schools JOAN SALLIS , Times Educational Supplement columnist, talks to GRAHAM TAYAR.
14: Problems and Attitudes. (e)
11.05 In the News Presented by ROY SHEPPARD (e)
11.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poems and Topics)
4: A Japanese Journey (1) Stories and haiku from the travel tales of the Japanese poet MATSUO BASHO. Stereo (e)
11.40 Listen! Dangerous Holiday (4) by ROB GITTINS (R) (e)
When Chris and Shirley Brasher married in 1959 the headlines in the papers read
'Top tennis star weds Olympic champion', but how did this affect their careers?
Gerald Williams steps into the world of this sporting couple. Producer CAROLINE ELLIOT
1.55 Listening Corner The Bold Bad Bus by WILMA HORSBRUGH Stereo (R)
2.05 Looking at Nature Garden Tools by MIKE HOWARTH. TIMMY MALLETT and ROBIN ROBBINS make model garden tools. Stereo (e)
2.20 GCSE: Real Maths 4: The Gambler Presented by FRANK PARTRIDGE Stereo (e)
4: The Bible - the New Testament Stereo (e)
It may be the end of your working life - but it could be the beginning of another busy, fulfilling chapter.
Alanah Martin discovers how best to prepare for retirement.
Serial: The Honey Ant (1) by DUNCAN KYLE abridged in 13 episodes by PAT MCLOUGHLIN.
Read by Nigel Graham
Following old Mrs Green 's death on her remote estate in Western Australia, her will arrives at the office of her Perth solicitors in an unorthodox fashion. And Captain Strutt, who inherits the estate, is pretty unexpected too! Then nasty things start happening ...
(Music: Brennan's 'Battles') Presenter Jenni Murray
by Michael Wall.
With David Goudge as Colin, Rosalind March as Steph, Alex Jennings as Tom and Rowena Roberts as Maddy.
The laughter heard from the house is the first thing to disturb the two men in the garden. What is it that makes women tick, Tony asks. "I think people do tick, I know I do. I'm like a bomb. One of these days I'm going to explode. Boom." Stereo
A series often programmes that take life as the microphone finds it.
'Kinlochbervie is an eighth of an inch from Cape Wrath - the most northerly point of mainland Britain - at least, it is on the Missions to Seamen tea towel which first showed me where I was going to live....' 'It's a tiny, close-knit community but it's the fastest growing white-fish port in Europe
'We're 100 miles from the nearest hospital and supermarket....'
Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE. Stereo
5: John Postlethwaite and Sons The Postlethwaites have always been farmers. The present patriarch farms 500 acres near
Rugby with his three sons. They all have their own particular interest, and they are all expected to show a profit.
Marjorie Lofthouse spends a day on their farm.
Producer JANE MARSHALL BBC Pebble Mill
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Christopher Hampton has adapted Ibsen's Hedda Gabler for the National Theatre.
There's a first-night review in tonight's programme and, at the Whitechapel Gallery, the Spanish painter Joan Miro has a major exhibition of his work. Presenter Nigel Andrews
Producer CHRIS ELDON LEE. Stereo
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