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9.05am Don't Miss.... What's coming on School Radio
9.10am Together: An Assembly for Schools The Gift of Light (2) by ARTHUR SCHOLEY (RV) Storyteller Johnny Morris
9.30am Living Language Pantorama! Listeners review Christmas entertainments. Compiled by KATE WILKINSON
9.50am First Steps in Drama The Glass Snowstorm by DAVID CALCUTT
3: Into the Snowstorm Narrator Sue Johnston (R)
10.10am Something to Think About The Cat Nicholas by MARJORIE STANNARD
10.20am Reading Corner 20: Mother of the Waters Written and told by Diane Wolkstein (R)
10.30-10.45am Talkwaves Get That Yeti! by JOHN TAYLOR (R)
1 1 .00am Teachers' Talk with Julia Bicknell and Sarah McCrum
11.05am In the News. Mono
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11.30am Pictures in Your Mind (Poems and Topics) 10: Toy Box (2) The Story of Holly and Ivy (2) byRUMERGODDEN Presenter Peter Cutts
11.40am-12noon Music Makers Rumpelstiltskin (10) Act II by R. D. WARD and PETER HUTCHINGS (R)
2.05pm Science Naturally Looking at Nature Wood for the Job with Timmy Mallett and Robin Robbins
2.20pm Junior Dance 10: Clowns Written and presented by Rosamund Shreeves (R)
2.40-3.00pm Listen! Return to Badlidrempt (10) by DEREK FARMER (R)
One hundred years ago, when the Moulin Rouge opened in Montmarte, a performer's career was made if they secured a poster from Toulouse Lautrec. This is the first of four plays about those entertainers, whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.
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Nigel Forde 's weekly foray between the covers includes Love
Life, a collection of short stories by American writer Bobbie Ann
Mason; an investigation into 'coffee-table books'; and a selection of the best biographies of 1989 by Brenda Maddox.
Producer CATHY DRYSDALE
It is 50 years since Flora Thompson 's Lark Rise was published, depicting life in the Oxfordshire village of Juniper Hill. Chris Nicholson has been to the village to see what has changed. Reader
MARGARET COURTENAY. Producer DAVID PERRY
A Holy Row
The dream of unity with Rome, arguments over women priests, and the relationship with the State have brought into question the future of the Church of England. John Eidinow investigates.
Producer JULIAN BROWN Editor CAROLINE ANSTEY
Dennis Potter directs his adaptation of Black Eyes for BBC2; in Stephen Poliakoffs new play for the RSC,
Michael Pennington plays a disillusioned inventor. Presenter
Producer NOAH RICHLER
by DAPHNE DU MAURIER dramatised in six parts by MICHELENE WANDOR With . and 6: The Seagull Flies
Rockingham is dead. The French pirate awaits execution. Again Dona risks everything for the man she loves ...
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON Stereo
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