Four programmes in which, abandoning conventional road maps, Christina Hardyment takes her four children on a grand tour of Europe, using fairy tales as guides. 2: Denmark and Germany Producer ANNE hinds BBC Pebble Mill (R)
How green is Greenland? Jessica Holm meets a British expedition on their return from the world's largest island. And Fergus Keeling discovers that fitness is no guarantee of survival for the Thomson's gazelle in the Serengeti.
Producer JOHN HOLMES BBC Bristol
by MARTIN WORTH. With
After her husband dies in a crash, Lesley realises that she hardly knew him.
Directed by MICHAEL FOX BBC Manchester. Stereo
A repeat of the 1989 world tour. Brian Johnston umpires and captains Tim Rice and Willie Rushton are assisted by Bernard Cribbins and Alfred Marks.
Written by PETER HICKEY and MALCOLM WILLIAMSON Producer PAUL SPENCER Stereo (R)
by MICHAEL FKINCH.
A celebration of the life and works of the poet and priest Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-89). With
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol. Stereo (R)
Gerard Manley Hopkins:
A light-hearted anthology. Poems by Jean Baker , Sonya Cushen ,
Janet Dube , Samantha Kelly , Godfrey Priestley and Helen Russell.
Prose by Leonard Barras , Sue Rilstone and Hilary Palmer.
Readers JULIE HIGGINSON
BARBARA MARTEN. ANN RYE and PETER WHEELER. Song written and performed by MERVYN STUTTER.
Producer IAN STRACHAN
BBC Manchester. Stereo (R) (Given in the Little Theatre, Hebden Bridge)
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