written in five episodes by PETER TINNISWOOD Starring with and
Carter Brandon was given another week off work, so he decided he would spend the time taking more day trips in his car.
2: Dark Satanic Writer Narrator
Producer PETE ATKIN. Stereo
Jessica Holm goes to
Gibraltar to watch the spring migration of buzzards and eagles, and Fergus Keeling hears how turtles, seals and seabirds are threatened by the dumping of plastics at sea. Producer MILES BARTON BBC Bristol
One glorious Saturday morning in June, Mag and Joe climb to the top of Ardnageeha, overlooking the town of Ballymore in Northern Ireland. There they talk, flirt, quarrel, make up, make love, and make plans for a future they will never have.
Adapted and directed by DICKON REED
(A BBC World Service drama production)
(First broadcast in 1979) ('Faith Healer' on Friday at
7.30pm, Radio 3)
Peter Kellner and Julian Critchley , mp, challenge Robert Kee and Austin Mitchell, mp, in a test of political knowledge.
Chair Patrick Hannan Written and compiled by BOB SINFIELD
Producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo (R)
The last of a three-part series on summer schools. A School under the Sea The story of the Fort Bovisand Underwater Centre in Plymouth.
Steve Dunn , and introduced by Alan Bax who rented the Napoleonic fort from the Ministry of Defence in 1969 to start a diving school.
Producer SUSAN ROBERTS BBC Bristol. Stereo
AIDS: Who Will Care?
Care for people with AIDS in Britain is largely hospital-based but, as cases increase. care in the community may be the answer.
Kati Whitaker presents a special report on work being done in Edinburgh and London.
Producer MARLENE PEASE
Phone in on [number removed]Lines open from 10.00am to
5.00pm Monday to Friday
A review of the new play M. Butterfly starring
Anthony Hopkins : Joyce McMillan visits the Edinburgh Story; and poet Vernon Scannell talks about his book of war poetry.
Presenter Paul Allen Producer JOHN BOUNDY Stereo
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