The Hair Lotion and The Wet Man of Muscadale. Robert Trotter reads two of Neil Munro 's classic comic tales about Para
Handy and the crew of the Clyde puffer, the Vital Spark.
Producer David Jackson Young
During the final weeks of the Second World War, ten of Germany's top physicists were held in a farmhouse in England.
Why were they held? Why were their conversations secretly recorded? (The tapes are still classified.) The news of Hiroshima astonished them. Were they reluctant servants of the Reich or just slower than their American counterparts?
Pianist: Stephen Pruslin. Dramatised by Richard Weiss and Colin MacLaren
Director Louise Purslow. Stereo
Max Von Laue:
Four programmes with Dr John Post.
A sample from more than 100 years of delicate, improving and uplifting advice about sex. Learn why women should avoid the stage and the evils of independence.
3: Women and Liberated Women
Producer Malcolm Love. Stereo
A special series of six programmes every Friday on care in the community. With Debbie Thrower.
5: The Quality of Life in the Caring Community
A look at the extra things needed in life to feel you are a part of the community. Producer Paul Kobrak
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Robert Dawson-Scott wonders who will run the British Museum as its director's post falls vacant; and Judy Meewezen looks into the transformation scene at the former Bird's Custard factory in Birmingham. Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo
Sid has a few words to say to Kathy.
Wntten by Graham Harvey
The panel includes:
Jack Straw , MP, Labour Party Education Spokesman and Charles Kennedy ,
President, the Liberal Democrats.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
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