by SCOTT CHERRY
Produced and directed by CLIVE BRILL
Footprints in the Sand In the last of six programmes,
Louis Teeman remembers how he struggled to find self-respect in a world beyond the 'Leylands.'
Singer RABBI JOSEPH LEVER Producer GRAHAM HENDERSON BBC North East
The 1989 world tour continues at Albury Cricket Club near Guildford.
Brian Johnston umpires the proceedings while captains Tim Rice and Willie Rushton are ably assisted by Stephen Fry and Robin Bailey.
Written by PETER HICKEY and MALCOLM WILLIAMSON
Producer PAUL SPENCER. Stereo
Public performers from the 'Sea Monster' (alias Jo Brand ) to Lord Soper divulge to Libby Spurrier their techniques for dealing with hecklers ... Short story: Miss Lizzie and the Musical Rats
Presenter Jenni Murray
A Nice Bit of Pork by HUGH MAXFIELD.
With Michael Graham Cox as Albert Prothero and Dave Willetts as the Voice.
The pig is Albert's world, but what can a pork butcher do when there are no more pigs available?
Directed by PETER FOZZARD Stereo
The great cathedrals of Britain.
3: Out of the AshesIn a series of six programmes,
Malcolm Billings and Tim Tatton -Brown tell the story of the development of British cathedrals from the time of St Augustine in 597 until the Reformation. Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol (R)
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Presenter Peter White Producer THENA HESHEL
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