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: News Briefing

: The Farming Week

As the British Crop Protection Council meets in Brighton, the programme looks at the changing attitudes to pesticides and their uses. Producer Carol Trewin

Contributors

Producer: Carol Trewin

: Prayer for the Day

with James Whitbourn

Contributors

Unknown: James Whitbourn

: Today

with Sue MacGregor and Peter Hobday.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day: with Fr Oliver McTernan
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Editor Philip Harding

Contributors

Unknown: Sue MacGregor
Unknown: Peter Hobday.
Unknown: Fr Oliver McTernan
Editor: Philip Harding

: News

: Sport on 4

with Russell Davies Producer Andy Gillies

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Davies
Producer: Andy Gillies

: Breakaway

The travel programme with Ken Bruce. Cliff Michelmore continues his exploration of Eastern Europe in Moscow.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Contributors

Unknown: Ken Bruce.
Unknown: Cliff Michelmore
Producer: Sara Jane Hall

: Loose Ends

Ned Sherrin with live guests and the likes of Robert Elms,
Arthur Smith and Craig Charles. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Craig Charles.

: The Week in Westminster

with Philip Stephens , Political Editor of The Financial Times. Producer Dennis Sewell

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Stephens
Producer: Dennis Sewell

: Europhile

with Max Easterman Editor Jolyon Monson

Contributors

Unknown: Max Easterman
Editor: Jolyon Monson

: Money Box

A Question of Money A panel consisting of Louise Botting , Vincent Duggleby , Christopher Gilchrist and Philip Hardman answer questions on personal finance.
Producer Frances Macdonald

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Botting
Unknown: Vincent Duggleby
Unknown: Christopher Gilchrist
Unknown: Philip Hardman
Producer: Frances MacDonald

: I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue

The popular panel show. In the chair:
Humphrey Lyttelton.
With Tim Brooke-Taylor Willie Rushton Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer. Pianist Colin Sell.
Producer Jon Magnusson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown: Willie Rushton
Unknown: Graeme Garden
Pianist: Barry Cryer.
Producer: Jon Magnusson.

: News

: Any Questions?

The panel includes:
Gordon Brown , MP, the Rt Hon Lord Jenkins of Hillhead and Janet Daley.
From Stourbridge, West Midlands. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]
Call Jonathan Dimbleby with views on the issues raised in Any Questions? Producers Anna Carragher and Keith Jones
0 LINES OPEN from 12.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Brown
Unknown: Janet Daley.
Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby.
Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Producers: Anna Carragher
Producers: Keith Jones

: Saturday Playhouse

Excuse Fingers
Poisoning by arsenic was the method that Herbert Armstrong used to rid himself of a troublesome wife.
Written by John Peacock.
Pianist Mary Nash.
Director Jane Morgan. Stereo
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Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Armstrong
Written By: John Peacock.
Pianist: Mary Nash.
Director: Jane Morgan.
Herbert Rowse Armstrong: Michael Kitchen
Katherine Armstrong: Gillian Barge
Constance Davies: Emma Gregory
Emily Pearce: Pauline Letts
Edmund Cheese: Michael Turner
Mary Cheese: Auriol Smith
Pearson: David Burkin
Margaret: Eleanor Hodson
Marion Clasford-Gale: Jenny Howe
Winifred Glasford-Gale: Maxine Audley
Arthur Chevalier: Richard Tate
Inez Rosser: Jane Whittenshaw
Mr Davies: Loan Meredith
Dr Hincks: David Sinclair
Una: Tara Dominick
Oswald Martin: Mark Straker
Alan Preen: Andrew Wincott
Court clerk: Paul Downing

: Grand Tour

Sound pictures of what six cities have meant to six people.
2: Sir Stephen Spender takes you to the decadent Berlin of the 1930s and talks of his friendship with Christopher Isherwood , creator of Sally Bowles.
Producer Martin Buckely

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Stephen Spender
Unknown: Christopher Isherwood
Unknown: Sally Bowles.
Producer: Martin Buckely

: Science Now

with Alun Lewis.
What is happening in science? A weekly review of discoveries and developments. Producer Dee Palmer

Contributors

Unknown: Alun Lewis.
Producer: Dee Palmer

: Largely Walters

This week John Walters offers thoughts and conversations on the subject of love.
Producer Cathie Mahoney

Contributors

Unknown: John Walters
Producer: Cathie Mahoney

: Week Ending

A satirical swipe at the week's news.
With Bill Wallis
David Tate and Sally Grace.
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Wallis
Unknown: David Tate
Unknown: Sally Grace.

: News

and Sports Round-Up

: Citizens

Omnibus edition
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Contributors

Director: Adrian Bean.

: Stop the Week

Presented by Robert Robinson.
Table talk inspired by current public and private preoccupations.
Producer Michael Ember. Stereo

Contributors

Presented By: Robert Robinson.
Producer: Michael Ember.

: Classic Serial: The Forsyte Chronicles

John Galsworthy's saga, dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.
9: Fleur and Jon are determined to marry. Irene and Young Jolyon on the one hand and Soames on the other must try to prevent them.
With Danielle Allen and Christopher Good.
Episode dramatised by David Spenser
Director Anthony Cornish.
Stereo

Contributors

Author: John Galsworthy
Dramatised By: David Spenser
Director: Anthony Cornish.
Galsworthy: Dirk Bogarde
Soames: Alan Howard
Fleur: Amanda Redman
Young Jolyon: Michael Williams
Irene: Diana Quick
Jon: Gary Cady
Old Jolyon: Michael Hordern
June: Angela Pleasence
Michael Mont: Gary Bond
Timothy: David King
Annette: Shelley Thompson
Winifred: Fiona Walker
Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield
Val: Dale Rapley
Gradman: Brian Miller
Smither: Jo Kendall
Unknown: Danielle Allen
Unknown: Christopher Good.

: Conversation Piece

Sue MacGregor meets the writer
Reay Tannahill.

Contributors

Unknown: Reay Tannahill.

: Music in Mind

Following Children in Need, Brian Kay presents a selection of all-time children's favourites.
Producer Sarah Devonaid. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Kay
Producer: Sarah Devonaid.

: Ten to Ten

led by the Rev
Eddie Neale. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Neale.

: News

: Open Mind

Presented by Edward Mortimer Producer Anne Sloman

Contributors

Presented By: Edward Mortimer
Producer: Anne Sloman

: Uncle Mort's South Country II

The final part of Peter Tinniswood 's comic adventure.
The End of the Road
Narrator Christian Rodska.
Producer Pete Atkin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Tinniswood
Narrator: Christian Rodska.
Producer: Pete Atkin.
Uncle Mort: Stephen Thorne
Carter Brandon: Sam Kelly
Young girl/Pat: Liz Goulding
Dr A / Shockstrain: Himself

: Richard Baker Compares Notes

with Ronald Corp and John Andrewes of the Finchley Children's Music Group.
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Andrewes

: The Shiver Show

The second of four programmes of comedy sketches on a spooky theme.
With Morwenna Banks Sylvester McCoy and Geoff McGivern.
Written by Stuart Silver and Malcolm Williamson Producer Paul Spencer. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff McGivern.
Written By: Stuart Silver
Written By: Malcolm Williamson
Producer: Paul Spencer.

: News









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