11.00am Music Project Instruments of the World 7: Drums. Membrane Instruments and Hi-tech Sounds Around the Globe (R) and at 11.20
8: Good Vibrations More drums and simple string instruments to make (R)
1 1. 40a m-12 noon History: Using the Evidence History Mysteries Who was King Arthur? by MIKE WALKER (R)
by JOHN PEACOCK.
3: La Goulue With and La Goulue's nickname was singularly appropriate - she was a glutton for food and life. with JOHN BULL
MICHAEL GRAHAM COX and JOE DUNLOP
Music by STEPHEN WARBECK Directed by JANE MORGAN Stereo
La Mome Fromage:
In 1977 Joyce Edling wrote, in a language not her own, to a man she'd never met, in a country she knew nothing about. When her correspondent - a student in a Moroccan j ail - eventually wrote back, it was the start of an extraordinary love affair, culminating in a dramatic flight to freedom.
Joyce Edling and Jamal Benomar tell their own story, with readings from their letters by Helena Breck and Kenneth Stanley.
Compiled and produced by CHRIS MOHR
BBC South and East Elstree
A Transylvanian wedding - music and feasting all night. A rich culture, unique in Europe. But President Ceausescu's
'Systemization' plan means such customs may be lost for ever. Recorded secretly in Romania, the programme reports on the gloomy state of village culture.
Written, presented and produced by Simon Broughton.
by RAYMOND CHANDLER dramatised for radio in three parts by BILL MORRISON. With
Marlowe is asked to protect a drunken writer from his own violence.
Musical research ADRIAN HOWARDS
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN Stereo (R)
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