by SHAUN PRENDERGAST.
Directed by ADRIAN BEAN Producer CLIVE BRILL
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11.00 Time and Tune Spring-a-Ding-Ding (2) Presenters Derek Griffiths and Lucie Skeaping Stereo
11.20 Time to Move 2: More Circus Fun Presenter Nick Mercer Stereo (R)
11.40-12.00 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories) 2: The Wizard o/Oj (Part 2) by FRANK L. BAUM adapted by ROY APPS . With Stacey Gregg as Dorothy and Kerry Shale as Toto the Dog. Stereo
Nine aspects of a decade with Harry Thompson. 4: The New Elizabethans The Coronation of 1953 was going to usher in a new Elizabethan Age, but this time Raleighs and Shakespeares were thin on the ground. Researcher
Producer AMANDA MARES BBC Manchester (R)
2.05 History Lost and Found Two Country Families Stereo (R)
2.25-3.00 Mainstream GCSE Presenters Simon Mayo and Susie Grant
6: Computer Studies. Stereo
2.00pm LWonty Woman's Hour If you really want to relax, try flotation. Jean Snedegar gets totally laid back - in a water tank. Serial: Indemnity Only (7). Presenter Jenni Murray.
Clean Up by NAN WOODHOUSE. Tom leads his fellow
OAPs in a drive to tidy up their neighbourhood.
Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC Manchester. Stereo
Shoot-Out at the UK Corral
All over the country, thousands of Butch Cassidys and Annie Oakleys are living out their Western fantasies. Reporters David Clayton and Neil Walker , armed only with tape recorders, ride out to meet them. Producer NICK CLARKE BBC North East
Six plays by Bob Sinfield.
Being a food-taster in 14th-century Italy is not a particularly enviable job.... especially when your master is invited to dine with the Borgias.
Producer David Tyler.
In spite of Nicaragua's economic catastrophe, the Sandinistas hope to win next month's election on a wave of hostility for the USA.
Reporter Stuart Simon. Producer NICOLA MEYRICK Editor GERRY NORTHAM BBC Manchester
Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for 15 minutes. 1: Erika Roe shot to fame in January 1982 when she ran topless across the pitch at Twickenham.
Producer SARAH ROWLANDS BBC Pebble Mill (R)
A reflected history in eight reels. 6: To Be New
Is Very Heaven
The rebellious 50s and the swinging 60s.
Compiled and researched by PAUL WELLS
Written and narrated by CHRISTOPHER FRAYUNG
Directed by JOHN POWELL Stereo (R)
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