Chair Robert Robinson Semi-final 1 - London,
South and Home Counties Contestants Dan Allen , Leslie Grout.
Michael Billson and Brian Simm. Including Beat the Brains. Programme devised by JOHN P. WYNN
Questions set by LAN GILLIES
Producer RICHARD EDIS. Stereo
Jenni Murray meets
Dr Rosemary Rue , set to become the British Medical Association's second woman president. Serial: Shadow Play (4) by JOHN MILNE , abridged in 11 episodes by MEG CLARKE Read by David Goodland (This week: episodes 4-8) Producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN Editor CLARE SELERIE-GREY
Four plays about the sale of a house. With and With RICHARD TATE. JOHN WARNER. MARCIA KING , RICHARD PEARCE. 3: Glass Houses by GAWN GRAINGER and at 3.45
4: Final Agreement by JULIA SCHOFIELD Stereo
by Michael McKnight.
With Edward de Souza as William III and Peter Woodthorpe as James II
Every year on the 12 July Orangemen world-wide celebrate the glorious memory of a battle which changed the course of British history.
BBC Northern Ireland.
(Repeated next Sat. 2.30pm)
Sheriff of Derry:
Mary of Modena:
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