9.05 Don't Miss ...
9.10 Together - An Assembly for Schools: Choices (2) by Michael Bartlett with Philip Hawthorn. Stereo
9.30 Living Language Extra Incredible Inventions (Poetry) written and compiled by Dave Ward. Stereo
9.50 First Steps in Drama The Hall of Mirrors 4: The Sky Palace by Cathy Drysdale , with Crawford Logan. Stereo (R)
10.10 Something to Think About The Baby in the Bulrushes (R)
10.20 Nellie and the Dragon by Elizabeth Lindsay
9: Nellie and the Snowy Day with Nicola Kathrens and Bernadette Windsor. Stereo (R)
10.30 Let's Make a Story
9: The Kites That Disappeared by Judy Taylor. Storyteller Ellie Darvill. Stereo
10.40 Word Box: Clothes Written and presented by Robin Robbins
11.00 Teachers' Talk RE and Collective Worship (9)
11.05 In the News Presenter Sybil Ruscoe
11.30 Pictures in Your Mind (Poems and Topics)
9: Other Times and Other Places (2) with Peter Cutts Stereo
11.40 Music Makers Pedro Revenge (9) Act 1 by David Wade and Ian Humphris. Stereo (R)
Four conversations in which The Rev Dr Edward Norman explores the principles that motivate the lives of controversial clerics.
2: Rabbi Meir Kehane , leader of the Kach Party in Israel.
Researcher Malcolm Love Producer John Newbury
2.05 Science Naturally (Looking at Nature) Movement with Robin Robbins and Mike Howarth
9: Celebrating Hannukah
2.40 Listen! Nicobobinus (4) by Terry Jones , dramatised by David Self. Stereo (R)
by Jeffrey Wyn Thomas. The primitive coast of New Zealand seems a good place to get away from it all. But the wildness can get into the blood ...
Director Jane Dauncey BBC Wales. Stereo
Mary Wesley had her first novel published at the age of 70. Since then she has made up for lost time, writing one a year. Nigel Forde talks to her about her latest book, A Sensible Life.
Producer Sally Marmion
In the summer of 1979, Robin Moulsdale embarked on a journey to India that was to change his life.
Colin Semper discovers what happened when a conventional father-of-five came face to face with the Guru Baghwan Shree Rajneesh.
Producer Eddie Payne BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
New Blood for a New Age The UK's population size is static but the people are ageing. What will be the quantity and quality of young people in the 21st century?
Professor A H Halsey examines how shifting demographics will shape the prospects for the next generation. Producer Julian Brown Editor Caroline Anstey
by Reginald ill dramatised in five parts by Betty Davies. With Donald Gee
2: What Does It Signify? Pascoe wonders about the two sudden deaths.
Director Matthew Walters Stereo
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