Present editor Allan Wright talks to his predecessors and recalls 60 years of agricultural broadcasting. BBC Pebble Mill
with James Whitbourn
Presenters Peter Hobday and Sue MacGregor Editor PHILIP HARDING
with Cliff Morgan
Producer PETER GRIFFITHS
Paris in spring - the ideal place for a short break. This year sees the 100th birthday celebrations for the Eiffel Tower, and the bicentennial of the French Revolution.
Bernard Falk and Chantal Cuer take a Parisian's view of the city, while Susan Marling takes a look at some hotels.
Producer CAROLINE DALY
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with Ned Sherrin Robert Elms Craig Charles and Victoria Mather. Additional material from ANDREW NICKOLDS
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE JANE BERTHOUD and CHARLIE BUNCE
A personal view by Peter Jenkins , Associate
Editor of The Independent. Producer DENNIS SEWELL
Producer HOWARD ROGERS
with Louise Botting. Producer
starring and Another dip into the great J.B. MORTON 'S world of fat ladies and retired colonels.
This week: Moonlight on Mrs Parsons , newts in Lord Shortcake's trouser turn-ups, and the police - as ever - on Captain Foulenough's tail.
Plus Trousers over Africa, a thrilling colonial yarn. Adapted by MICHAEL BARFIELD
With RICHARD INGRAMS.
Announcer BRIAN PERKINS. Producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
a host of other characters.:
a host of other characters.:
Bishop Hugh Montefiore Joan Lestor , mp
Frederic Raphael , author and Christopher Bland , Chairman of LWT and Century Hutchinson.
From Churston, Devon. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]
Call Jonathan Dimbleby with your views on issues raised in Any Questions? Producers JOHN HOLMES and JANE BERTHOUD. BBCBristol
40 LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
"They're all the same these places ... guided tour of collective farms, national folk-dance company ... you go along with it for a couple of days then you put the boot in. Insist on seeing the jails. My name's Owen, by the way. I'm doing it for one of the colour mags."
Homicide is a focus of popular fascination. This series of five programmes explores the reality revealed by the 685 homicides committed in the United Kingdom in 1986. Hugh Prysor-Jones attempts to discover who is killing whom. 2: The Scene
... at the Rutherford. Under a hill in Oxford scientists have built a machine which lets them examine the structure of liquids, magnets and superconductors.
Peter Evans joins them at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
Producer JACKIE LUNN
Richard Holmes talks with biographer
Claire Tomalin about her work. Stereo
Neil Walker and David Clayton visit Britain's animal sanctuaries. Producer GLYN JONES BBC North East
(First broadcast as 'The Local Network
Omnibus edition by SCOTT CHERRY.
Directed by CLIVE BRILL and SALLY AVENS
Producer CLIVE brill. Stereo
with Robert Robinson. Producer MICHAEL EMBER Stereo
A Song at Twilight by NOEL COWARD .With and The comparative happiness that exists between Hugo and his wife Hilde is disturbed by the emergence from his past of an ex-mistress.
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON Stereo (R)
Presenter Richard Baker Producer JANE BEVAN. Stereo
led by Eddie tieale. Stereo
In Search of Margaret Buckle
A slim volume of nature poems caught the eye of composer Ted Watson. The writing was full of strong visual images. He set some of them to music and then set out to find the author - with nothing to go on but her name, a map and a hunch. Nigel Forde retraced Ted's steps across the Yorkshire moors to discover the truth about this mysterious poet. Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Pebble Mill
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Cartoonists give us the picture, but where do their funny ideas come from?
Frank Whitford meets the personalities behind five well-known signatures and discovers how seriously they take the art of humour.
2: Michael Heath
Producer JUDITH BUMPUS Stereo (R) revised
The last of a four-part comedy drama by RICHARD QUICK Starring . and Simon is still listening to the bug fastened to his own phone. He has come to some conclusions about his wife, his children and his friends. Is he right?
Producer PAUL SPENCER. Stereo
Since this programme is broadcast at the late hour of 11.30pm, the cast (Andy Hamilton , Nick Revell , Lesley Sharp and Jasper Jacob ) have invoked Equity ruling 35, clause C.
Namely: 'The cast shall refuse to continue performing should they at any point outnumber the listeners.' Producer
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