Second of six programmes on early childhood problems.
Meals frequently turn into a battle between parents and children. Georgina Ferry finds out how to survive fads and refusals. Producer DEBORAH COHEN
from The Chapel, Convent of Our Lady of Providence, Alton, Hampshire.
Lord of all hopefulness; Hebrews 13, vv 1-9; My Pilgrimage (
Sidney Northcote ); I am learning
Director of Music
CELIA HAYES. Stereo
by CHRISTOPHER REASON.
Produced and directed by CLIVE BRILL.
Second of two programmes. Hollywood
Dick Vosburgh delves deftly through the well-thumbed works of humorist S. J. Perelman. With the voices of JOHN LAHR and the man himself. Readings from his letters to ANNE GREGG and RUTH GOETZ.
Soundtrack extracts and an adaptation of Scenario with Jo Kendall ,
Beth Porter and Kerry Shale. Producer
The Aquarium of Coincidences by PHILIP RIDLEY.
Two ladies sit waiting for a play to start. A young man in front of them is writing. Can he be taking down all they say?
Directed by PETER KAVANAGH Stereo
More thinking on their feet for Alison Goldie , Niall Ashdown , Hattie Hayridge and Stephen Frost. Chair Luke Sorba. Devised by the CARDIFF COMEDY EXPLOSION Producer PAUL Z. JACKSON BBC Manchester. Stereo
From public assets to private perks? As the new academic year begins, is this the future facing
Britain's universities and polytechnics?
Reporter Felicity Goodey. Producer NICOLA MEYRICK Editor GERRY NORTHAM BBC Manchester
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