The political quiz.
Team captains are MPs Austin Mitchell and Julian Critchley. Their guests are political journalists Michael White and Andrew Rawnsley. In the chair
Producer Diane Messias. Stereo
The Hollywood Code was introduced in 1930 to clean up the big screen. Kathleen Griffin finds out how Mae West came to be replaced by Shirley Temple - and why. Presenter Jenni Murray. Short story:
Come the Deep Water The first of four tales of the sea written by Elizabeth Batory.
Read by Sean Arnold.
'Slowly from the sea she rises clear as a moonstone....'
Music: Koechlin's Chant de /a Resurrection
As George waits to see a psychotherapist about his personal problems he talks to fellow patient Dennis. Into their chat drifts the voice of Viktor, a Czech pen-friend of George with a shared passion for jazz.
Written by David Luck.
Director Dave Sheasby. Stereo
'The Little Sisters of Jesus', a community of Roman Catholic nuns, together with the 'Little Brothers', follow the example of Charles de Foucauld , a French priest who lived and worked alongside the poorest people of North Africa. Bernard Jackson investigates the life of this modern religious order.
Producer Stephen Oliver Stereo (R)
An edition of the popular comedy series which ran from 1951 to 1962, featuring Eric Barker. With Kenneth Connor
Pearl Hackney and Denise Bryer. Music Peter Akister
Producer Charles Maxwell
(First broadcast on the Home Service)
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