9.05 Don't Miss....
9.10 Together - An Assembly for Schools Daniel and the Lions with Philip Hawthorn Stereo
9.30 Living Language Playing Beatie Bow (1) by Ruth Park dramatised by Joe Dunlop with Simone Rudd as Abigail Stereo <
9.50 First Steps in Drama The Hall of Mirrors
1: At the End of the Pier by Cathy Drysdale Presenter Crawford Logan Stereo (R)
10.10 Something to Think About The Blacksmith by Timothy Wilkinson (R)
10.20 Nellie and the Dragon by Elizabeth Lindsay
6: Nellie and the Midnight Burglar with Nicola Kathrens and Bernadette Windsor. Stereo (R)
10.30 Let's Make a Story
6: Balloons by Judy Taylor Storyteller Judy Parkin Stereo
10.40 Word Box. Sport Written and presented by Robin Robbins
11.00 Teachers' Talk RE and Collective Worship (6)
11.05 In the News Presenter Sybil Ruscoe
11.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poems and Topics)
6: Professor Noah's Spaceship by Brian Wildsmith Read by Dave Benson-Phillips Stereo
11.40 Music Makers Pedro's Revenge (6) with Jill Shilling and Ian Humphris. Stereo (R)
Jonathan Steinberg in conversation with four other expatriates settled in Britain.
3: Stanislas Yassukovich , city banker-turned-regulator, reveals how his cosmopolitan,
White Russian origins prepared him for the role of a Gloucestershire country squire.
Producer ZAREER MASANI
by DIANA GRIFFITHS. In Roman-occupied
Wales a militant Celtic princess and a starchy Roman emperor are driven to marriage by a druidic prophecy.
Directed by JANE DAUNCEY
Ten programmes. 9: Off to See Uncle Ten years ago the National Pawnbrokers' Association had 100 members. Now, as people come under pressure from spiralling mortgages and credit-card payments, the number has doubled. Producer CATHIE MAHONEY Stereo
Life in the Slow Lane
With London apparently falling into terminal decline, the Labour Party plans a new elected authority for the capital.
Stephen Games asks: Can London be saved? Producer JULIAN BROWN Editor CAROLINE ANSTEY
It's so easy to say, 'Stop feeling sorry for yourself and get on with it.'
Allan found himself in this situation when he became ill. The programme follows the story of him and his wife Ros, and Allan's recovery with the help of psychotherapy.
Presented and produced by Marlene Pease.
A serial in five episodes by IAN MCMILLAN
MARTYN WILEY and DAVE SHEASBY with 4: A Case of Plagiarism Hartley J. Newton is sure his TV script has been pinched by his night-class tutor.... With GERRY KERSEY
PETER BELL and JAMES TOMLINSON Directed by DAVE SHEASBY BBC Leeds. Stereo (R)
Stephen J Blackburn:
SATIS Topics 16-19 Presenter Heather Couper Programme 1 Units:
6 DNA Fingerprinting 7 Kidney Transplants 9 Cattle and Chemicals 13 Aluminium in Our Tap Water Producer Julian Coleman Editor Peter Ward. Stereo
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