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6.45 Business News with PETER DAY
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8.35 Yesterday in Parliament
11.00 Singing Together (18) Presenter ANDREW SHORE Stereo (R) (e)
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop The Five Omens of Hang Do by ALAN RUSSELL
1: The Mystery Guest. Stereo (e)
11.40 Talk to Me. Tell Me a Story Doofy and the Big Bad Wolf by ANITA HEWETT. Stereo (R) (e)
11.50 Poetry Comer What's in There? Compiled and written by CYNTHIA MITCHELL. Stereo (e)
The Path of Virtue
While France prepared for revolution, England invented the Sunday school.
Trevor Bames revisits the Bury Sunday school he himself attended, founded in 1836 when 1,000 teachers and scholars walked out over the issue of Sunday writing; joins
Manchester's Whit walks, where they've been walking since 1800; joins children in Macclesfield's Sunday school for a Victorian lesson; and, as the Church of England debates the place of children in the Church, asks whether the Sunday school has a future. Producer NORMAN WINTER BBC Manchester
The Political Quiz
The last programme of the series. Two teams, captained by Austin Mitchell, mp, and Julian Critchley , mp, compete in a light-hearted test of political knowledge.
Patrick Hannan is in the chair. Written and compiled by BOB SINFIELD
Producer HARRY THOMPSON. Stereo
1.55 Listening Comer Today's story: Morgan the Milkman 's Monsters. Stereo (R)
2.05 WPFM The live magazine for young people. Presented by jo WHILEY. Stereo (e)
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Would you rather create life - or art? Women who have managed both, including novelist A. S. Byatt and poet and playwright Jackie Kaye , tell Tess Woodcraft how they reconcile the demands of work and motherhood. Serial: Eight Months on Ghazzah Street (7)
Presenter Jenny Cuffe
by PAUL M. LEVITT.
Certainly there's a contract out on Ollie's life, but he's got lots of friends. The point is, though, when you've got friends like this, do you really stand a chance?
Directed by GERRY JONES. Stereo
Peter Pan - the BaUet
Book, play, film, musical -
Peter Pan has proved endlessly adaptable. Now James Barrie 's story becomes a full-length ballet. Mark Steyn visits Scottish Ballet's new production, and considers the different audiences dance aims to attract.
Producer CAROLINE YOUNG. Stereo
The last of four episodes written by Stephen Sheridan.
The latter half of the 19th-century produced many hard-hearted, corrupt businessmen, their twisted minds interested in nothing but profit. Still, the free market must prevail, according to financier Seebohm Longshaft and Dr Alan Woodcock, MP.
The Hound of the Cliffhangers
Producer MARK ROBSON. Stereo
Silas Dirt ,:
More than 300 million people now have English as their mother tongue, and for a further 300 million it is a vital second language. What has happened to the English language as it has spread itself around the world? And are the national varieties converging or drifting apart? David Crystal investigates, with reports from Africa, Australia, the Caribbean, India, Ireland and North America, and looks into the future with Sir Randolph Quirk and Tom MacArthur. Producer ALAN WILDING
Tipped for the Oscars,
Dustin Hoffman has won rave reviews in America for his performance in Rain Man; and a new anthology looks at the way
American women are writing about love.
Presenter Natalie Wheen Producer JOHN GOUDIE. Stereo
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