Presented and produced by Tim Finney. BBC Pebble Mill
with James Whitbourn
Presenters John Humphrys and Jennie Bond
Editor PHILIP HARDING
Cliff Morgan presides over a potpourri of sporting interests.
Producer JOANNE WATSON
In a special programme from the Balearic Islands, Bernard Falk explores Majorca, while
Chris Hawksworth samples the delights of Ibiza. Producer
JENNY MALLINSON DUFF
live from the Edinburgh Festival.
Ned McSherrin introduces surprise guests, along with regular and irregular contributions from Richard McJobson Arthur McSmith and Emma McFreud. With intrusions from
Victor MacLewis-Smith . Additional material from PETE MCSINCLAIR and STEVE MCPUNT
Additional additional material from PAUL MCSPARKS Producers IAN MCGARDHOUSE JANET MCLEE and CHARLIE MCBUNCE
David Walter talks with the Home Secretary, The Rt Hon Douglas Hurd , mp, about his tastes in literature and the books that have influenced him.
ANDREW SACHS , JULIE HILLS and SUSAN SHERIDAN read extracts from his favourite books.
Producer MARGARET HILL
Producer HOWARD ROGERS
An elephant is playing the mouth-organ - it's a wine promotion in California's Napa Valley. Down the road, Mexican immigrants are pledging allegiance to the American flag
- and a fundamentalist pastor has offended his flock.
3: The St Helena Star-
Rich and Poor in Paradise Compiled and presented by Tony WiUdnson. Producer JULIAN HALE
The second of eight political dramas by CHRISTOPHER LEE. Starring and with and 'Mr Speaker, will the Home Secretary give the House his assurance that no member, nor potential member, of the Select Committee on Defence will be investigated by MI5, MI6, the Special
Branch, nor by any other agency of the Government?' Producer PETE ATKIN. Stereo
with Ludovic Kennedy
5: A Question of Scruples
A two-part look at the world of auctions.
1: A Question of Breeding
Two auctions, each selling horses, but with little in common. On Dartmoor, the ponies go for meat. At Tattersalls in Suffolk, the brood mares are sold for thousands. Eve Bonham investigates breeding as an arbiter of price.
Researcher KATE CHANEY Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
Four plays by Alan Ayckbourn adapted by Richard Wigmore.
School caretaker Lionel Hepplewick conceives a fierce passion for his headmaster's wife.
Stereo (First broadcast on BBC World Service)
(All four plays first produced by Alan Ayckboum for the Stephen Joseph Theatre in the Round, Scarborough)
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Celia Teasdale, Sylvie Bell, Rowena Coombes and sundry other ladies:
Toby Teasdale, Lionel Hepplewick, Miles Coombes and sundry other men:
with Irene Thomas and Norman Painting.
Guests: Michael Denison , Dulcie Gray , Molly Weir and Thomas Hinde. Questionmaster
Dr Stefan Buczacki Producer IAN STRACHAN
BBC Manchester. Stereo (R)
4.30 Behind the Ritual The last of seven programmes. Ronald Eyre talks to young people about their faiths. Producer MERILYN HARRIS
5.00 Steps to War The last of seven programmes with Professor James Joll. The Coming of War Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
5.30 Radio International Danielle Wargny's personal selection from French radio. Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN (Postponed from 15 July)
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Presenter Alun Lewis Producer GEOFF DEEHAN
Sue MacGregor meets novelist Ruth Rendell.
Highlights from the Edinburgh Fringe.
Produced and directed by CLIVE BRILL. Stereo
Germaine Greer talks to Dr Anthony Clare.
Four plays by ALAN AYCKBOURN.
With Lavinia Bertram and Robin Herford. 2: A Game of Golf
Miles Coombes is anxious that his friend Toby Teasdale should stop drinking and patch up his marriage.
Producer GORDON HOUSE Stereo (First broadcast on BBC World Service)
with Lord Armstrong of Ilminster
Producer JANE BEVAN. Stereo
led by The Rev Dr John Sentamu. Stereo
Living Stones With
A new apprentice stonemason, the foreman mason and the architect at Worcester Cathedral introduce you to their work and take you back to meet Abraham Perkins , the cathedral architect during the great Victorian restoration. Researcher
Producer SHIRLEY SCOTT BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
In the last of the series,
John Timpson talks with John Alston - landowner, farmer and leader of Norfolk County Council. Producer
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
1966: World Cup Willies With Russell Davies and Maureen Lipman.
Compiled by RUSSELL DAVIES Producer
JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE . Stereo / (First broadcast / on Radio 2)