Chris Hawksworth brings a special programme live from Windermere, where he's joined by writer and Lakes expert
Hunter Davies. Cindy Selby walks the Fells, reports live from a steamer on the lake, and finds some comfortable hotels.
Producer CHRIS HIPWELL
A Question of Money As part of 'BBC Radio
Goes to Town', the team answers questions on personal finance put by listeners at the Co-op Education Centre in Nottingham.
The panel: Louise Botting , Vincent Duggleby ,
Christopher Gilchrist and Philip Hardman (More questions answered on Monday at 10.00am)
Beatrix Campbell , Sir Cyril Smith , MP, Ken Maginnis , MP, and Jean Denton.
Chair Jonathan Dimbleby and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]
Call Jonathan Dimbleby with views on the issues raised in Any Questions? Producers JOHN HOLMES and CHRIS BURNS. BBC Bristol
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by JONATHAN SMITH. With Bill Paterson as Robert Louis Stevenson John Franklyn-Robbins as W.E. Henley and Maureen O'Brien as Fanny.
W.E. Henley, the one-legged poet, struck up a friendship with Stevenson which led to Stevenson's thinly-disguised portrait of Henley as Long
John Silver in Treasure Island. Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol. Stereo
Barry Cunliffe presents the programme where the past speaks to the present. In the years immediately following the Second
World War, high-ranking Nazis and Axis government officials were recruited by American secret services and smuggled into the United States. Ann Tusa uncovers a controversial collaboration that many would like forgotten.
Researcher FELICITY GOODALL Producer KATE MCALL and JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol
4.30 Telling It How It Was Steve Humphries presents an eight-part series on collecting oral history.
5: Autobiography Consultant PAUL THOMPSON
5.00 Time Will Tell Seven programmes in which Alexander MacLeod examines the future for world affairs. 4: Northern Ireland (First broadcast on BBC World Service)
5.30 Get By in Turkish A six-part introduction.
5: Travelling, with Bengisu Rona and Tayfun Ertan Written by ALAN WILDING (Options may be recorded for educational use)
Phoenix England by Shaun Prendergast , who also plays Bernie Brooks with and Bemie's fame as a country and western star is on the wane. So he takes a rigging job in Rutherford.
Musicians MARK DOFFMAN. PAUL GAMBLIN.
STEPHEN WARBECK and TREVOR ALLAN
Music by TREVOR ALLAN Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER. Stereo
To Be a Farmer's Boy In the years before the First World War, the Northern farm worker could earn twice as much as his Southern colleagues and large numbers of lads came North to seek work. Folk historian
Charles Kightly hears tales of life on the farms of Yorkshire. Producer GRAHAM HENDERSON BBC North East
Five programmes in which Christina Hardyment takes her children on a tour of Europe, using fairy tales as their guides.
3: Germany - From the Castle of Grimm to the Castle of Kafka
Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Pebble Mill
An eight-part series in which Robert Cushman gives a personal view of New York cabaret.
6: Too Old to Die Young A look at one of Manhattan cabaret's most hallowed traditions, the piano bar.
Buddy Barnes , Richard Rodney Bennett, Cy Coleman , Murray Grand ,
Mabel Mercer , Hugh Shannon , John Wallowitch and Ronny Whyte , and comments from Blossom Dearie and Jane Harvey. Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE . Stereo
Actor Nicholas Craig concludes his autobiography, which has sent the theatrical establishment reeling, and slightly irritated many other people. With Nigel Planer ,
Christopher Douglas , Christopher Ryan and Chrissy Roberts. Written by MGEL PLANER and CHRISTOPHER DOUGLAS Producer BILL DARE. Stereo
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