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Your chance to discuss yesterday's Budget with the Money Box team: Louise Botting ,
Vincent Duggleby ,
Christopher Gilchrist and Philip Hardman.
The Chancellor has had to balance the problems of inflation against any tax cuts. What impact will the measures have on your savings and investments? How will your take-home pay be affected?
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This week the team visits
Coventry, where members of the Massey Ferguson
Horticultural Society put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Chairman Clay Jones Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
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Per Ominy Ah by EOGHAN OTUAIRISC.
Read by Brid Brennan.
Sunday evening. Time for
Benediction. Or for Mass. Or for Devotions. Something like that. Something 'holy'. But she wasn't feeling holy. Not at all. Quite the opposite, in fact. Producer SHEILA FOX
Homicide, the unlawful killing of another, is a perennial focus of popular fascination. The efforts of writers and film-makers over the years, however, have given a false picture of the murder scene.
This series of five programmes explores the reality revealed by the 685 homicides committed in the UK in 1986 - the most recent year for which comprehensive data is available - from the fatal act to the court sentence.
Hugh Prysor-Jones attempts to discover who is killing whom. 1: The Victim
Who is the most vulnerable? Producer JOHN FORSYTH
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11.00 Singing Together (20) Presenter ANDREW SHORE Request Programme Stereo (R) revised (e)
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop The Five Omens of Hang Do by ALAN RUSSELL
3: The Return of the Flying Horse Stereo (e)
11.40 Talk to Me
6: Hello! Who Are You? Doofy Makes New Friends by ANITA HEWETT. Stereo (R) (e)
11.50 Poetry Corner Let's Hear It Again by MARY HAYDON. Stereo (e)
Nobody gets it right all the time, but for those at the top, mistakes can be expensive. In this five-part series,
John Humphrys talks to successful people who have weathered major storms in their careers. Would they, with hindsight, do things differently? 1: The Rt Hon David Steel , mp, who drove the Liberal Party along the rocky road to merger before abandoning the wheel. Producer BRIAN KING BBC Pebble Mill
This year was the longest in recorded history, as American scientists added two 'leap' seconds to their Atomic clock. It was also the year when
Access cards were launched and a giant pack of cornflakes would have cost you lip. But which year was it?
Teams from the Daily Express and the Daily Mail compete in the second heat of this knockout contest, hosted by Simon Bates. Producer ANDREW PARFITT. Stereo
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Spring at Rookery Farm. Stereo (R)
2.05 WPFM Consideration of news and topical issues, stylish items on lifestyle and leisure, reports on education and training. Presented by jo WHILEY. Stereo (e)
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by HUGH JENKINS. With and Paul, a distinguished politician whose long career has embraced many exciting and historic events, looks back to the late 40s when he first became aware of the anti-Communist witch hunt. It spread insidiously through the Actors' Equity Council, to the discredit of the hunters, the humiliation of the hunted and the shame of the famous personalities who found themselves unwillingly caught up in it. Martin Lawrence/ Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON Stereo
Paul, the narrator:
the younger Paul:
The first of five programmes in which George MacBeth interviews the poet
Vernon Scannell about his poetry and former life as soldier and professional boxer. Reader PHILIP voss
Producer ALEX REID. BBC Bristol
David Levy reports on the diplomatic pressures facing
President Bush in his quest for Middle-East peace, not least from the powerful voice of American Jewry.
Producer STEPHEN SACKUR Editor GERRY NORTHAM BBC Manchester
Christopher Cook talks to the award-winning sculptor William Pye , whose special medium is water, and who follows his acclaimed water-sculpture at Gatwick Airport with pieces awaiting unveiling at London's Hammersmith
Hospital and at the Docklands. Producer NOAH RICHLER. Stereo
The Man in Black,
Edward de Souza , introduces
13 plays of horror and suspense. 9: His Last Card by NICK WARBURTON. With and Everyone enjoys being sent cards; however, Laura feels distinctly uneasy when she receives one which is unsigned but carries the cryptic message 'One day to death'.
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS. Stereo
Margaret Forster 's new novel considers the situation of a woman whose place at the heart of the family is undermined as she grows old; and a major exhibition of 18th-century
Spanish painting is opened at the National Gallery, London. Presented by Paul Vaughan Producer CHRIS ELDON LEE. Stereo
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