9.05 Don't Miss....
9.10 Together - An Assembly for Schools Sian Phillips in Where the Sun Goes Down (3) by DEREK FARMER. Stereo
9.30 Living Language African Elephant - Smooth Criminals by MIKE WALKER
2: Tracks with Louis Mahoney and Pamela Jikiemi. Stereo
9.50 First Steps in Drama Computer Whizz! 3: What a Laugh by DEIRDRE GRIFFIN with Tony Aitken. Stereo (R)
10.10 Something to Think About: David and the Giant by GEOFFREY CURTIS (R)
10.20 Nellie and the Dragon by ELIZABETH LINDSAY
3: Nellie and the Ice-Cream with Nicola Kathrens and Bernadette Windsor Stereo (R)
10.30 Let's Make a Story! 3: Adventure on the Beach by RON JAMES. Storyteller Patrick Troughton. Stereo (R)
10.40-10.45 Word Box Food: Written and presented by Robin Robbins
How to make an exhibition of yourself: be a giant earthworm, meet an English elephant and paint the forest green. Presented by Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling , with Michael Scott in California. BBC Bristol
11.00 Teachers' Talk RE and Collective Worship (3)
11.05 In the News Presenter Sybil Ruscoe
11.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poems and Topics) 3: Land of Dreams from the book by MICHAEL FOREMAN. Stereo
11.40-12.00 Music Makers Pedro Revenge (3) with Ian Humphris and Jill Shilling. Stereo (R)
2.05 Science Naturally (Looking at Nature): Pull Timmy Mallett and Robin Robbins explore the force of pull at Stonehenge.
2.20 Quest: Judaism. Sabbath and the family. Stereo
2.40-3.00 Listen! Not That Brevil Hockley! (3) by KEN JONES. Stereo (R)
by John Kirkmorris.
With Chris Emmett as Victor Wicks and Bill Wallis as Densby Gurd
Victor, a successful estate agent, is on the make. With all that money about shouldn't he help himself to a little of it? Then someone shops him to the DTI ...
Nigel Forde talks with Dr Roger Virgoe about his new selection of the Paston Letters revealing Private Life in the 15th Century. Plus a look at the name of the novel - how important is an aptly chosen title?
Producer SALLY MARMION
5: Whispers on the Wing Her Majesty's maximum security prison in Lewes, East Sussex, is the home of 500 inmates, 50 of them lifers.
Stephen Plaice spends much of his life inside by choice: since 1987 he has been the prison's writer-in-residence.
Soundtrack eavesdrops on his work in the cells and on the landings of the long-termers' wing, with those men who find writing a new means of expression.
Producer CHRIS PALING. Stereo
by Agatha Christie dramatised and directed in five parts by Michael Bakewell
5: The Second Seance
Mr Rycroft decides that only by re-enacting the seance which announced the murder of Captain Trevelyan will the identity of his killer be revealed.
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