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: News Briefing

: Prelude

with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer Jane Ward. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Marjorie Lofthouse
Producer: Jane Ward.

: Morning Has Broken

with Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from
St Mary's, Puddletown. stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Hywel-Davies

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Sunday

with Andrew Green and Trevor Barnes Editor David Coomes including at

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Green
Editor: David Coomes

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Sir John Harvey-Jones

speaks for the Week's
Good Cause on behalf of an organisation that supports research into deafness.
0 DONATIONS to:
Hearing Research Trust
[address removed] Credit cards [number removed]

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Morning Service

from St Mathias Church, Torquay. 0 for a Thousand Tongues to
Sing; Luke 16, vv 19-31; Lord Jesus, Once You Spoke to Men; God
Forgave My Sin; Air on a G String; Lord Have Mercy On Me; As the Deer Pants; Take My Life Stereo

: The Archers

Omnibus edition
Director Ruth Patterson

Contributors

Director: Ruth Patterson

: News Stand

with Martin Wainwright
P'oducer Jane Beresford

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Wainwright
Unknown: Jane Beresford

: Pick of the Week

with Margaret Howard
Producer Elizabeth Burke. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Howard
Producer: Elizabeth Burke.

: Desert Island Discs

Actress Barbara Windsor talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Barbara Windsor
Producer: Olivia Seligman.

: The World This Weekend

Editor Roger Mosey

Contributors

Editor: Roger Mosey

: Gardeners' Question Time

Devon gardeners put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Don Cockman.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Stefan Buczacki
Unknown: Fred Downham
Unknown: Don Cockman.
Unknown: Clay Jones.
Producer: Diana Stenson

: Testimony

Three Jamaican sisters mourn the death of their mother, Mary. Through the enactment of a ritual, they come to terms with both their own lives and those of their ancestors.
Written by Claudette Williams. Featuring music by Sophie Mcgina.
Director Heather Goodman
Producer Linda Anderson. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Claudette Williams.
Music By: Sophie McGina.
Director: Heather Goodman
Producer: Linda Anderson.
Mary: Carmen Munroe
Lorraine: Caroline Lee Johnson
Olive: Angela Wynter
Adassa: Natasha Williams

: The Trade Rag

In the final programme of the series, Nick Baker takes a look at the Nursing Times.
Producer Nigel Acheson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Baker
Producer: Nigel Acheson.

: Public Affairs

Five scandals that made the headlines in their day. 3: The case of architect John Garlick Llewellyn Poulson exposed widespread corruption in public life.
Written and presented by David Wheeler.
Producer Mark Savage. Stereo (R)

Contributors

Unknown: John Garlick Llewellyn
Presented By: David Wheeler.
Producer: Mark Savage.

: Red Letter Days

Andy Croft reassesses some of the radical writers of the 1930s and 40s. 3: Ethel Mannin - feminist, pacifist and romantic novelist.
Producer Dave Sheasby. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Croft
Unknown: Ethel Mannin
Producer: Dave Sheasby.

: Down the River

In the final programme from Somerset,
Cliff Morgan travels on the River Axe.
Producer Anthony Smith. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Morgan
Producer: Anthony Smith.

: That's What I Like About the North

The third of six talks by Martin Wainwright. Producer John Watkins (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Wainwright.
Producer: John Watkins

: News

: The Cartoonists

Frank Whitford meets
Tony Husband.
Producer Judrth Bumpus. Stereo (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Whitford
Producer: Judrth Bumpus.

: Opinion

Five programmes which offer a personal view of a current controversy. 2: The Face of the Force Richard Wells, Chief Constable of South
Yorkshire Police, answers some of the questions raised by Benjamin Zephaniah in last week's programme about the almost outlawed community of Liverpool 8. The British public, says Wells, still has the best police service in the world. Producer Anna Parkinson

Contributors

Unknown: Benjamin Zephaniah
Producer: Anna Parkinson

: In Business

: A Good Read

Guests Glenys Kinnock and Mary Riddell.

Contributors

Unknown: Glenys Kinnock
Unknown: Mary Riddell.

: Anthony Lawrence's Hong Kong

The first of four programmes telling the story of the colony.

: Last Chance to See

Four programmes in search of weird, exotic and endangered animals. 1: Yangtze River dolphin Producer Gaynor Shutte (R)

Contributors

Producer: Gaynor Shutte

: Enquire Within

: News

: Do You Want to Sing with Pavarotti?

Three thousand singers from around the world made a musical pilgramage to Italy last month. Joanne Watson joined the British members. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Joanne Watson

: The Litmus Test

The science quiz with Michael Scott.
Producer Louise Dalziel. Stereo (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Scott.
Producer: Louise Dalziel.

: Seeds of Faith

Five programmes in which Chaim Raphael looks at prominent figures in Jewish history. 1: King David Producer
Claire Campbell-Smith Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Chaim Raphael
Unknown: Claire Campbell-Smith

: News









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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