Vincent Duggleby takes your calls on how best to Manage your money. Today:
Stock Market Investment
What are the risks of share ownership? Why is the small shareholder so often ignored? And what are the prospects for the electricity privatisation?
Producer Frances Macdonald
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from St George 's,
Brandon Hill , Bristol, led by Alison Bogle. Steal Away to Jesus (arr John Marsh ) Psalm 34 (NIV) Keep Me as the Apple of an Eye (R Fielding)
The King of Love (Irish traditional). With the Georgian Singers.
Violinist Roger Huckle Director of Music
Dr John Bishop. Stereo
from Northern Ireland.
Simon Rae introduces a special edition featuring works by Irish poets requested by listeners. Readers Ruth McCabe and Ian McElhinney. Guest Paul Durcan.
Producer Pam Brighton. Stereo
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'Poetry Please!', BBC, Bristol BSB 2LR
It may be like a red, red rose for men - but what is it like for women?
John Fuller and Wendy Mulford, both editors of anthologies of love poetry, debate whether sex makes any difference to love.
Presenter Jenni Murray.
Serial: Of Such Small Differences
Joanne Greenberg 's story of the relationship between deaf-blind John Moon and aspiring actress Leda. The fifth of 14 episodes read by Garrick Hagon. Abridged and produced by Pat McLoughlin
Editor Clare Selerie-Grey
Another chance to hear R.C. Sherriff's moving play, first broadcast in 1971. Set in southern England in AD 410, it tells the story of the last of the Roman families left in Britain following the collapse of the Empire. (R)
Kate Saunders talks to the writer J G Ballard about his new collection of stories, War Fever; photographer David Bailey and his latest work; and the music of Pakistan's major musical export Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Producer Anthony Denselow
A family drama set in a large country house in Surrey. When Renata walks out on 30 years of domestic responsibility, her family is left in a state of shock, particularly her daughter Lea, who has to give up her own independence for her mother's state of freedom.
Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead by Barbara Comyns.
The first of eight parts read by Barbara Flynn . Summer, Warwickshire, about 80 years ago.
After the flood subsides, an unknown illness takes over the village. Adapted and produced by Tessa Kendall
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