Last in the series of the children's book programme presented by Penelope Lively.
Novelist Susan Hill and Brough Girling , author and director of the Children's Book
Foundation, recommend some recently published summer holiday reading. Producer JILL BURRIDGE
Q: What is Bordeaux mixture?
A: A fungicide
Check your gardening knowledge against two teams led by Irene Thomas and Norman Painting.
This week's guests are
Vivian Ellis , Jill Balcon , Pam Ayres and Bernard Bresslaw.
Dr Stefan Buczacki Producer IAN STRACHAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
Introduced by Ruth Wishart in Glasgow Short story: Dr Bertoloni and the Soft Fruits by USA ST AUBIN DE TERAN abridged by JACK SINGLETON. Reader
Producer PAT MCLOUGHUN (Music: Lloyd Webber's Variations)
by CHARLES DICKENS adapted in seven episodes by NICK MCCARTY. With
A man buried 18 years and now 'recalled to life' is the first link in a chain binding London and Paris at the height of the French Revolution. and JOHN MOFFATT.
RICHARD PEARCE. RICHARD TATE and JOHN WARNER.
Music by Wilfredo Acosta Technical presentation by PETER NOVIS. WILFREDO ACOSTA , IAN HARKER and SUSAN KEYNON.
Director IAN COTTERELL. Stereo 0 FEATURE: page 64
CASSETTES, ZBBC 1074-5, available now from book and records shops
Design on Docklands
A revamped warehouse space in London's
Docklands opens on Thursday as the Design Museum, a permanent showcase for everyday manufactured products. It is the brainchild of Sir Terence Conran and aims to make us rethink our surroundings. Waldemar Januszczak reports on the new enterprise at Butlers Wharf.
Producer ANTHONY DENSELOW Stereo
with Bill Wallis ,
David Tate , Sally Grace and Jon Glover
Written by BARRY ATKINS MARK BRISENDEN ,
SIMON BULUVANT , MIKE COLEMAN.
MICHAEL DINES , MAX HANDLEY ROBERT LINFORD.
BILL MATTHEWS. GED PARSONS . OLEH STEPANIUK , PETER HICKEY and others.
Producer PAUL SPENCER. Stereo
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