11.00 Update Education Presenter Sarah McCrum
11.20 Playtime. Stereo (R) (Details as Monday2.05pm FM)
11.35 Music Workshop Pimlico Drudge and the Upside-Down Pyramid of Shal-Labal-La-Ding-Dong (5) with Ian Humphris. Stereo
Dilly Barlow goes green: are all those lovely suds really necessary in washing-up liquid?
What's all the fuss about global warming? And whatever happened to Tom Lehrer ?
Researcher SUZY DYSON Producer BEATY RUBENS
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2.05 Let's Join In with Soundbox. Prince Amilec by TANITH LEE. Stereo
2.25 The Song Tree The Fantastic Fish Tank Fantasy (5) Presenters Hilary James and Simon Mayor with Pyewackett. Stereo
2.40 The Friday Story Philip Hall Likes Me. I Reckon Maybe by BETTE GREENE
by C.S. Lewis, dramatised by Stephen Mallatratt.
The final episode.
Merlin arrives at Belbury, knowing that 'no power that is merely earthly will serve against the Hideous Strength'.
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
Music composed and performed by:
The panel includes: Kate Hoey , mp,
Simon Lee , Professor of Jurisprudence,
Queen's University, Belfast, and David Montgomery , editor of the Today newspaper, who tackle the issues in Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER
A Career on the Stage - You Must Be Joking
At any time 75 per cent of actors are out of work. For many, commercials are their only regular income.
Michael Billington goes to the drama schools, the auditions and the debuts and reports on the ways that actors are being prepared for their role in life.
Producer JOHN GOUDIE
A satirical swipe at the week's news.
With Bill Wallis David Tate Sally Grace and John Baddeley
Written by BARRY ATKINS. PETER BAYNHAM.
MARK BRISENDEN. SIMON BULLIVANT. MIKE COLEMAN. MICHAEL DINES. MAX HANDLEY.
ROBERT LTNFORD , BILL MATTHEWS.
GED PARSONS. OLEH STEPANIUK. PETER HICKEY and others Producer SIONED WILIAM
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