9.05 Don'UMiss ...
9.10 Together - An Assembly for Schools Sian Phillips in Where the Sun Goes Down (2) by DEREK FARMER. Stereo
9.30 Living Language African Elephant - Smooth Criminals by MIKE WALKER 1: Big Mac with Fries and Crocodiles with Louis Mahoney and Pamela Jikiemi. Stereo
9.50 First Steps in Drama Computer Whizz!
2: The Dinosaur Dimension by DEIRDRE GRIFFIN. Presenter Tony Aitken. Stereo (R)
10.10 Something to Think About Mother Crin by MEG SHEFFIELD (R)
10.20 Nellie and the Dragon by ELIZABETH UNDSAY
2: Nellie and the Flying Bicycle with Nicola Kathrens and Bernadette Windsor. Stereo (R)
10.30 Let's Make a Story! The Robots by RON JAMES Storyteller Paul Copley Stereo (R)
10.40-10.45 Word Box Street Names Written and presented by Robin Robbins.
11.00 Teachers' Talk RE and Collective Worship (2)
11.05 In the News Presenter Sybil Ruscoe
11.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poems and Topics)
2: Exploring Other Worlds with Kathy Henderson. Stereo
11.40-12.00 Music Makers Pedro's Revenge (2) with Jill Shilling and Ian Humphris Stereo (R)
In the fourth of six conversations, Cliff Morgan talks to Clare Francis.
Renowned yachtswoman and novelist, she has experienced both the thrill of high adventure and the bleakness of the debilitating illness ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis).
Where does she look for heroism in others?
Producer PETER GRIFFITHS
2.05 Science NaturaUy (Looking at Nature): Push Timmy Mallett and Robin Robbins explore the force of push at Stonehenge.
2.20 Quest: Judaism Jewish life in Britain (RV) Stereo
2.40-3.00 Listen! Not That Brevil Hockley! (2) by KEN JONES. Stereo (R)
Singer Peggy Lee talks to Nigel Forde about her life in Hollywood as revealed in her new autobiography, and Susan Hill muses on her bookshelves and new thoughts on writing. Producer
4: Going Down Fighting Martin Roberts eavesdrops as a group of 11 spirited, humorous Yorkshiremen grapple with cashflows, takeover bids, sleepless nights - and the emotional strain that comes with starting your own company.
Producer MARTIN ROBERTS
Morals Made to Measure As the Left becomes more individualist, is the Right trying to steal its communitarian clothes? David Walker asks which ethic will suit the British political agenda of the 90s. Producer FRASER STEEL Editor CAROLINE ANSTEY
by Agatha Christie dramatised and directed in five parts by Michael Bakewell
4: A Recipe for Ginger Cake
Emily suspects that the Willetts, who have rented Sittaford House, are somehow involved in the murder of Captain Trevelyan. But how can she get into the house?
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